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  • 1.  V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 06-17-2015 08:27
    Hello,

    is it possible to run the V2110 (Linux) under VMware 6.0 yet?

    Thank you.

    Best regards,
    Gerry


  • 2.  RE: V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 06-17-2015 20:57
    V2110 has not yet been tested with EXSi 6, and therefore this base is currently supported. Current recommended VMware base is EXSi 5.5


  • 3.  RE: V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 06-17-2015 21:22
    Sorry the reply above should have stated "EXSi 6 is currently NOT supported "


  • 4.  RE: V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 06-18-2015 03:57
    No problem. 🙂 Is there a point when it gets the patch "certified for VMware 6.0"?


  • 5.  RE: V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 04-21-2016 08:41
    Hi,
    at now is supported ESXi v6.0.0 update 2??
    When i see the tools at ESXi v5.5 in the virtual machine sais that ar third party... is this correct ??
    this week we have had two kernel panic in both controllers (we have high availability).
    Can we upgrade the vmware tools in the controllers?


  • 6.  RE: V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 04-21-2016 11:56
    Are yout v2110s running on a standalone esxi server or in an esxi cluster?



  • 7.  RE: V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 04-21-2016 12:02
    The latest 10.01.03.0007 release notes state that the v2110 is supported on esxi version 5.5 and 6.0.



  • 8.  RE: V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 04-21-2016 13:13
    in a cluster, but the cuestion is tha the info of the tools now is 3rd party tools... we must upgrade vmware tools in the controllers?


  • 9.  RE: V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 04-21-2016 14:56
    I would not upgrade VMware tools for the v2110, they are customized.

    Most likely the v6 u2 would work since v6 is supported, but officially only v6 is tested.

    If you are getting kernel panics, I would suggest to open a gtac ticket to investigate for root cause.

    You could try to create 1 vswitch and assign one host NIC ( no port teaming ) for one V2110 data port.



  • 10.  RE: V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 04-21-2016 15:14
    Ok, thanks.
    We are create the ticket with our support company.
    We have one controller in a individual server with one nic per v2110 data port.
    Now we have our infraestrucutre in v6 u2. You recomend us to upgrade our firmware to v10 versión?


  • 11.  RE: V2110 on VMware 6.0 possible?

    Posted 04-21-2016 17:07
    I would say stick with the 9.21.08 for now, and follow through with the support ticket to monitor and track the issue of the kernel panic.