There are patches release check out this:
You need to follow as per the KB states
I see there are few patches available on this as well :
Please mark this as "correct" or " Helpfull" if this answers your query .
I have applied the fix to this issue, and experience what is mentioned in the KB:
Note: Enabling this option will result in the vSphere UI reporting only a single logical processor per physical core; halving the number of logical processors if Hyperthreading was previously enabled. In addition Hyperthreading may be reported as 'Disabled' in various configuration tabs.
Does this mean that hyperthreading is actually disabled, or is that just a reporting issue?
Yes enabling it disables the hyperthreading. You can check the same in ESXi summary tab as hyperthreading "inactive".
if your environment has more VMs running with high CPU configuration, it is a bad idea to disable and if there is any VM CPU number with more than the logical processors may crash also.
In our environment, we have suppressed the warning without disabling hyperhtreading, since we dont have capacity to run such a massive workload without SMP or hyperthreading.
We opened a support case with VMware, but they are helpless and blames CPU manufacturers to come up with a fix, since the vulnerability is on hardware...