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You can update ESXi hosts by manually downloading the patch ZIP file from the VMware download page and installing the VIBs by using the esxcli software vib update command. Additionally, you can update the system by using the image profile and the esxcli software profile update command.
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During the creation or mounting of a vSAN disk group, the ESXi host might fail with a purple diagnostic screen. This problem occurs due to a NULL pointer dereference. You can see similar information in the backtrace: Virsto_CreateVDisk@com.vmware.virsto#0.0.0.1+0x203 VirstoCreateComponentDispatch@com.vmware.lsom#0.0.0.1+0x358 LSOM_SrvDispatch@com.vmware.lsom#0.0.0.1+0x1a4 VSANServerMainLoop@com.vmware.vsanutil#0.0.0.1+0x590 vmkWorldFunc@vmkernel#nover+0x4f CpuSched_StartWorld@vmkernel#nover+0x77
This message is generated when the vCenter Server Appliance searches for and fails to find a patch or update. No functionality is impacted by this issue. This issue will be resolved with the release of the first patch for vSphere 6.7.
If you are patching an external Platform Services Controller (an MxN topology) using the VMWare Appliance Management Interface with patches staged to an update repository, and then attempt to unstage the patches, the following error message is reported: Error in method invocation [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/storage/core/software-update/stage'
No "on-box" e-mail clients or Web browsers are supported, all unnecessary logins have been removed or disabled, and all software is provided by Cisco and digitally signed to ensure it is authorized by Cisco. The GUI, CLI, and API interfaces that Cisco provides are the only methods to administer the system, and authentication is required for users to interact with them. It also useful to note that appliances of this sort are less frequently targets of malware than Microsoft Windows or other systems with open-system access to the native OS, so significantly fewer patches need to be applied to the base OS.
The Appliance's software image contains all security updates and patches made to firmware, drivers, native OS, database and Cisco Unified CM application components. Customers who keep current with Cisco maintenance releases are automatically covered for security updates. For more details, refer to the Application Note "Appliance Security Update Process for Cisco Unified Communications Manager" (C27-412838-00), available on request from your Cisco account team.
Pin also breaks BBLs on some other instructions which may be unexpected, for instance cpuid, popf and REP prefixed instructions all end traces and therefore BBLs. Since REP prefixed instructions are treated as implicit loops, if a REP prefixed instruction iterates more than once, iterations after the first will cause a single instruction BBL to be generated, so in this case you would see more basic blocks executed than you might expect.
With this enhancement, NetworkManager supports configuring ethtool offload features, and users no longer need to use init scripts or a NetworkManager dispatcher script. As a result, users can now configure the offload feature as a part of the connection profile using one of the following methods:
I Have two CPU-socket board with L5630 processors. The Intel website lists this processor as being covered by the microcode updates. But when installing the updates using the VMWare tool here, the Windows Event log says: "An update for this CPU was not found. No update has been attempted."What could be the cause? RWEverything says that the CPU ID is "000206C2". Looking at the list of files in "20180425" microcode update's folder "intel-ucode" does not seem to contain a file with similar pattern either. I used the "Intel Microcode.dat Converter" tool to convert the files to the microcode.dat format.Similarly, the older microcode update in Intel's website titled "20180312" does not work, even though, it contains the microcode.dat compiled by Intel ant the processor L5630 is listed in the website as being a target of the patch.
I have been attempting to run "Any" OSX in a vm on my windows7 laptop. I have a T6400 processor and i know that it does not have VT-x support. I continually get the Disable CPU error, and i cannot use the Macosx patch that you supplied. It continues to say that i am not allowed to run it on this machine. I just return to Windows NT setup and go from there.
I have not investigated all situations and guide is not perfect. The idea of the UEFI batch is to fool mobo to run CPU in limitless turbo boost rations.There is benefits when you remove microcodes only and run without patch but there is still some limits in performance.There are the changes what UEFI patch is doing:
This is fine so long as only your guest GPU is included in here, such as above. Depending on what is plugged in to your other PCIe slots and whether they are allocated to your CPU or your PCH, you may find yourself with additional devices within the same group, which would force you to pass those as well. If you are ok with passing everything that is in there to your virtual machine, you are free to continue. Otherwise, you will either need to try and plug your GPU in your other PCIe slots (if you have any) and see if those provide isolation from the rest or to install the ACS override patch, which comes with its own drawbacks. See #Bypassing the IOMMU groups (ACS override patch) for more information.
The default behavior for KVM guests is to run operations coming from the guest as a number of threads representing virtual processors. Those threads are managed by the Linux scheduler like any other thread and are dispatched to any available CPU cores based on niceness and priority queues. As such, the local CPU cache benefits (L1/L2/L3) are lost each time the host scheduler reschedules the virtual CPU thread on a different physical CPU. This can noticeably harm performance on the guest. CPU pinning aims to resolve this by limiting which physical CPUs the virtual CPUs are allowed to run on. The ideal setup is a one to one mapping such that the virtual CPU cores match physical CPU cores while taking hyperthreading/SMT into account.
If you find your PCI devices grouped among others that you do not wish to pass through, you may be able to seperate them using Alex Williamson's ACS override patch. Make sure you understand the potential risk of doing so.
AMD users have been experiencing breakage of their KVM setups after updating the BIOS on their motherboard. There is a kernel patch, (see Kernel/Arch Build System for instruction on compiling kernels with custom patches) that can resolve the issue as of now (7/28/19), but this is not the first time AMD has made an error of this very nature, so take this into account if you are considering updating your BIOS in the future as a VFIO user.
In the past, this meant having to use work-arounds to manually reset the GPU, or resorting to the use of kernel patches that were unlikely to land in upstream. Currently, the recommended solution that does not require patching of the kernel is to install vendor-reset-gitAUR or vendor-reset-dkms-gitAUR and making sure the 'vendor-reset' kernel module is loaded before booting the guest. For convenience, you can load the module automatically.
The attack leveraged the on-premises servers deployed by IT Management Software vendor Kaseya. It was initially thought that Kaseya might have been compromised themselves as a root cause -- similar to the compromises associated with SolarWinds software in December of 2020. Instead, the attackers found and leveraged an unpatched zero-day vulnerability in Kaseya's VSA software. At the time of this blog, 1,500 downstream customers of these MSPs have been infected with ransomware.
This vulnerability has been issued CVE-2021-30116 and was discovered and reported to Kaseya by a researcher for the Dutch Institute for Vulnerability Disclosure (DIVD). A patch was being actively worked on by Kaseya according to the DIVD, but not finalized prior to REvil discovering and exploiting the issue. At this point, it is still not clear what the actual issue is or how the exploit may work, although initial reports suggest a potential authentication bypass. A patch has not been released, and Kaseya is recommending that customers with on-premises VSA Servers take them offline until a patch is issued. The REvil group initially demanded $70 million USD to reveal a universal decryptor for all affected victims but has since lowered the demand to $50 million. 2b1af7f3a8