VMware ESXi 6.0, Patch ESXi600-201702201-UG: Updates esx-base, vsan, vsanhealth (2148156)
|Build||For build information, see KB 2148155.|
|Host Reboot Required||Yes|
|Virtual Machine Migration or Shutdown Required||Yes|
|PRs Fixed||1454324, 1467698, 1600197, 1611644, 1621742, 1645959, 1662466, 1667992, 1671787, 1677237, 1687609, 1705594, 1706102, 1706150, 1715318, 1718878, 1723002, 1727390, 1729643, 1731046, 1739958, 1739979, 1744682, 1747992, 1753438, 1753809, 1754060, 1759826, 1763536, 1764752, 1765418, 1768693, 1770561, 1774793, 1777279|
|Related CVE numbers||N/A|
Summaries and Symptoms
The operation on file /vmfs/volumes/5f64675f-169dc0cb/CloudSetup_20160608.iso failed. If the file resides on a remote file system, make sure that the network connection and the server where this disk resides are functioning properly. If the file resides on removable media, reattach the media. Select Retry to attempt the operation again. Select Cancel to end this session. Select Continue to forward the error to the guest operating system.
Patch Download and Installation
The typical way to apply patches to ESXi hosts is through the VMware vSphere Update Manager. For details, see the Installing and Administering VMware vSphere Update Manager.
ESXi hosts can be updated by manually downloading the patch ZIP file from the VMware download page and installing the VIB by using the esxcli software vib command. Additionally, the system can be updated using the image profile and the esxcli software profile command. For details, see the vSphere Command-Line Interface Concepts and Examples and the vSphere Upgrade Guide.