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Jul 08 2015

VMware vCenter Server 6.0.0b released

“VMTurbo"
Yesterday, 2015-07-07, VMware released a patch for their vCenter Server 6 and it’s called vCenter Server 6.0.0b. As always, evaluate if the fixes included in a release is required for your environment and if it is the patch can be downloaded here.

Some of the issues resolved in this release includes:

  • VPXD SSL certificates might not be migrated after upgrade to vCenter Server 6.0
  • All Users Tasks is no longer disabled by default in the vSphere Web Client
  • vCenter Server service fails to start on reboot after you apply access control lists
    • vpxd fails to start on reboot after you apply access control lists or traffic filtering rules to the vSphere Distributed Switches (VDS) port group
  • vCenter Server for Windows and vCenter Server Appliance installations fail when you use an external database with manually customized database objects
  • Attempt to delete vSphere Distributed Switches fail
    • Attempting to delete vSphere Distributed Switches (VDS) fail when VPX_DVPORT_MEMBERSHIP and VPX_DVPORT tables have conflicting port entries and the proxy host of the port does not exist in the inventory of vCenter Server.
  • The Network Time Protocol (NTP) package is updated
  • Libraries backed by NFS are unable to access storage after the vCenter Server Appliance is rebooted

The release notes can be found here

ESXi 6.0.0b was also released yesterday and you’ll find a blog post about that here

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