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With performance concerns cropping up, we held back to not create a shift between old and new reviews in regards to benchmarking numbers.
With VMware's VMmark benchmark though, they are making the updates mandatory now, so we used this as our tear off the band aid moment to upgrade everything in one quick process.
In this article we cover the steps we used to update and upgrade our servers.
Many of our servers have been in a holding spot since the main Intel Spectre and Meltdown issues came about.
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To fix currently installed VMware plugins, the plugin must be first uninstalled and then re-installed: For Vagrant VMware Workstation plugins: If the re-installed plugin continues to fail when attempting to activate the plugin, expunge all the Vagrant plugins and then re-install.
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For our servers, the updating process is very easy using Dell's Lifecycle Controller, which requires minimal user effort to upgrade firmware versions across all the hardware installed in the server (OEM hardware that is).
Simply reboot the server with "Lifecycle Controller" as the next boot option, and have it load up that software for you.
By importing the ESXi images you want to leverage, you can assign baselines to what servers should be running, and mitigate or upgrade those that are lagging behind.
We imported Dell's customized ESXi image "VMware-VMvisor-Installer-6.7.0-8169922.x86_64-Dell EMC_Customized-A00" and assigned it as the baseline image in our environment.
At this stage you select the items you want and click apply.