Installing VMware ESXi on SD card on HP ProLiant Gen9. • Slipstream Windows updates to Server 2012R2 install. • Installing VMware ESXi on SD card on HP.
Double check your vendor support when updating ESXi hosts from VMware vSphere 5.5 to 6.0. There are a lot of systems that are no longer supported. Hp Elitebook 8560w Drivers Fingerprint Clearance here. The following servers were supported in 5.5 but are according to the VMware HCL no longer supported in vSphere 6.0. Your server is listed and you want to upgrade? • Usually, the list gets smaller a couple of weeks after a new vSphere version has been released.
I will update this post when I notice changes. • Not supported does not mean that it does not work. • Servers get certified by their vendor, not VMware. If you want a server to get certified, ask your vendor. • Vendor support matrices and VMware HCL have some mismatches at the moment (HP and IBM). Servers are listed at the bottom.
Please ask your vendor or VMware if you are allowed to upgrade. • Did I miss something? Please comment.
As an interesting way of seeing how things progress, would you mind NOT deleting items from the list when the vendor adds support? Perhaps just do a strikethrough on that line with a note on the end of the date you noticed support was added (obviously not the exact date it was added, but whenever you noticed should be close enough) Something interesting to me is some models that are listed are definitely supported by their OEM, but digging in it seems like the HCL published support is for Ivy Bridge (v2) but not Sandy Bridge (v1). So I wouldn't panic if you see a fairly new model that you use on the list. I expect a lot of those will disappear over time.
Driver Software Of Hp Laserjet 1020 more. Removed because now listed at VMware HCL: Cisco UCS - B200 M2 Blade Server (Intel Xeon 56xx Series) Cisco UCS - B230 M2 Blade Server (Intel Xeon E7-28xx Series) Cisco UCS - B440 M2 Blade Server (Intel Xeon E7-48xx Series) IBM System x3755 M3 (AMD Opteron 6300 Series) IBM System x3755 M3 (AMD Opteron 6200 Series) IBM System x3690 X5 (Intel Xeon 65xx Series) IBM System x3690 X5 (Intel Xeon 75xx Series) IBM System x3690 X5 (Intel Xeon E7-2800 Series) IBM System x3690 X5 (Intel Xeon E7-4800 Series) IBM System x3690 X5 (Intel Xeon E7-8800 Series). This post only states that the DL360 G6 is not supported by VMware. That means, if you run it in production and you have a problem related to the hardware, VMware may not be able to help you. In no way it means that ESXi 6 does not work on the DL360 G6. I', pretty sure it does. If you just want to test NSX, you probably don't care about support, so everything fine with your idea. If you are completely new to NSX, maybe HOL is also a alterntive.