Resolved Issues vCenter 6.7.0a
It is a good time to start planning your next upgrade so here are the highlights of all the Resolved Issues in 6.7.0a
Resolved Installation and Upgrade Issues Upgrade to vCenter Server 6.7 might fail with an error The GUI installer might display one and the same error message caused by firstboot failures during stage 2 of the vCenter Server Appliance upgrade Installation or upgrade to vCenter Server 6.7 might fail with an error “Failed to register Auto Deploy” during firstboot Resolved vSphere Web Client and vSphere Client Issues The vSphere Web Client might stop responding when you try to log in You might not be able to disable the deduplication or encryption features by using the Allow Reduced Redundancy option in the Configure vSAN wizard in the vSphere Client In a deployment without Internet connection, the VMware vSAN health service might alert that the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) database is out of date
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VMware vCenter Server 6.7.0a Release Notes Planning
If you are experiencing the following issue your fix is available with the 6.5.0e release. Even if you are not experiencing this issue it is recommended to go ahead and apply this patch according to my VMware TAM.
vCenter Server 6.5 might fail with an error of the type ERROR: duplicate key value violates unique constraint “pk_vpx_guest_disk” The vpxd service on vCenter Server 6.5 might intermittently fail with the following error stack in the log files: YYYY-MM-DDT00:01:24.342Z error vpxd[7F8DD228C700] [ [email protected] sub=Default [email protected]] [VdbStatement] >SQLError was thrown: “ODBC error: (23505) – ERROR: duplicate key value violates unique constraint “pk_vpx_guest_disk”; –> Error while executing the query” is returned when executing SQL statement “INSERT INTO VPX_GUEST_DISK (VM_ID, PATH, CAPACITY, >FREE_SPACE) VALUES (?, ?, ?, ?)” The VMware vCenter Server 6.5 vpxd log files are located in the %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\VMWare\vCenterServer\logs\vmware-vpx folder. The VMware vCenter Server Appliance vpxd 6.5 log files are located in the /var/log/vmware/vmware-vpx folder. The error occurs because of a database key violation for the GuestDisks updates, causing duplicate entries in the table. This issue is fixed in this release.
VMware vCenter Server 6.5.0e Release Notes