I got the baseline in "Non-Critical Host Patches (Predefined)" as non compliant listet.
There are 5 updates listet:
If i start the installation those updates do not install.
I do not know why.
Install starts and ends without error or so.
What is the reason? Any suggestions?
Thanks for help.
@mod: if in wrong category pls move
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Okay. Here is my solution.
First of all VMware has no solution for the problem yet. It will be fixed in a later release as the support wrote. Which one they could not tell.
We did it the following way:
I downloaded the latest version of the missing patch/vib to a shared datastore that is available to all the affected hosts.
Then I logged on via SSH to the affected hosts and installed it manually.
I had to install only the one that is the latest version then all others were gone too.
The line to enter in my case:
esxcli software vib update -v /vmfs/volumes/yourshareddatastore/intel-nvme-vmd-en_184.108.40.2061-1OEM.700.1.0.15843807_17797370/vib20/intel-nvme-vmd/INT_bootbank_intel-nvme-vmd_220.127.116.111-1OEM.700.1.0.15843807.vib
Reference for the step by step guide is:
I had other problem but the solution is same.
I could easily conclude that with LCM, vSphere Update manager was broken big time
Creating a baseline with a single NVME driver worked for me as well.
Intel has a whole write up on how to manually install, setup, and use the drivers:
Where did you download the file? I can't find it anywhere including vmware patch. Also, isn't Intel-Volume-Mgmt-Device_18.104.22.1687-1OEM.700.1.0.15843807 the latest version? Seems like they changed the name a bit, but it could be the latest version?
The latest version should already be in your lifecycle manager, you need to create a baseline with just that driver and apply it to the host, deploy it, and then your host should show in compliance.