Category Archives: VMware

LACP Configuration in vSphere 6.5

Well, we get started with configuring LACP, let’s talk a bit about few networking terms. Link Aggregation Group (LAG): The simplest definition of LAG is bonding two network interfaces in order to achieve greater throughput. Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP): This is a protocol for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as… Read More »

The upgrade contains the following set of conflicting VIBs – vSphere 6.5 upgrade

The upgrade contains the following set of conflicting VIBs: HUAWEI_bootbank_hio_2.0.0.42-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820 First, enable SSH on the host that has the above error when updating. Then SSH into the host and run the following commands: esxcli software vib list | grep HUAWEI esxcli software vib remove -n hio reboot The VIB has been removed.

Change VCSA Hostname

After reading the title of this blog I’m sure you’re thinking to yourself, “It is not possible to change the VCSA hostname.  You have to re-install.”  That is also what I have been told and all the VMware documentation has pointed to this.  Well, it was not totally true.  Here is your warning.  Don’t do it!  I would… Read More »

What’s New in vCenter Server 6.5

vCenter Server 6.5 The vCenter Server Appliance took center stage in this release. The installer has gotten a facelift with a new look and feel. Linux and Mac users can rejoice because the installer is now supported. If that isn’t enough out of the box change, the vCenter Server Appliance now has features that are exclusive: Migration Improved Management… Read More »