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Hp Microserver Gen10 Plus – Fan Red

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Good morning,

 

I recently installed Vmware Esxi 6.7 u3b to a hp Microserver Gen10 plus and taking a look into the Hardware Monitor I can see the status green except for the fan in red.

 

I tried to install Vmware Esxi 6.7 custom Iso for HP gen9 and forward but the monitor showed the same allert.

 

I checked the hp bios health status and everything seems to be ok. When I reboot the machine I can hear the fan moving.

 

Are you aware if there is any common bug?

 

Thanks and regards.

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In this quick and right to the point video I show how to access the VMware Learning Zone Premium Package 6 Month Promotion. Link: https://youtu.be/c56LoDuQacE #vmwaredailytip(s) are very quick tips to help you expand your knowledge around working with virtualization. These tips are not meant to be all encompassing but more of a way to […]

Read-Only Persistent Volumes on vSAN File Services

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I’m writing this post because of a misconception I had regarding how read-only volumes were configured in Kubernetes. I thought this was controlled by the accessModes parameter in the PersistentVolumeClaim manifest file. This is not the case. It is controlled from the Pod, which to me seems a bit strange. Why would this not be controlled from the PVC manifest? One of our engineers pointed me to a few Kubernetes discussions on the behaviour of accessModes and readOnly here and here. It would seem that I am not the only one confused by this behaviour. In this post, I deploy…

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Top 20 articles for NSX, May 2020

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Correlating build numbers and versions of VMware products TCP and UDP Ports required to access VMware vCenter Server, VMware ESXi and ESX hosts, and other network components NSX-T admin password expired Build numbers and versions of VMware NSX for vSphere Product offerings for VMware NSX for vSphere 6.2.x, 6.3.x and 6.4.x Licensing NSX for vSphere

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vRealize Management: Automated Application Monitoring

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If you have both vRealize Automation and vRealize Operations, you have probably wanted to automate the installation of the Telegraf agent used by vRealize Operations for application monitoring. Since agent lifecycle management was limited to the user interface, this was not possible … until vRealize Operations 8.1, that is. With new APIs for lifecycle management

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Learning the Basics of VMware Horizon 7.12 – Part 7 – Windows Server 2019 Master Image

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With the Connection Server installed and configured, it is time to build master images. The second image is Windows Server 2019. For this article, I used Windows Server 2019 Standard Edition. Note: Every person has their opinion on how a master image is built, optimized,  and delivered to users.  There are also different opinions on when […]

VMware vRealize Automation Cumulative Update / Hotfix links

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This is links to the VMware Cumulative Update / hotfixes for different versions of vRealize Automation, and vRealize Orchestrator. vRealize Automation, vRealize Automation 8.1 This is just a placeholder for now vRealize Automation 8.0.1 Latest is HF4 (5/22/2020) vRealize Automation 7.6 Latest is HF8 (6/8/2020) vRealize Automation 7.5 Latest is HF16 (4/17/2020) vRealize Automation 7.4 […]

Building a Developer Ready Cloud to offer Serverless Web Application Capabilities with the VMware Cloud Provider Platform – Part 2

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Part 2: Implementing and consuming Web Application Services on VCD In part 1 of this blog series, we discussed the opportunity for offering developer ready services and serverless options on the VMware Cloud Provider platform, and specifically on VMware Cloud Director. The example we looked at was a serverless web application using the VMware Object

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Introducing VMware Integrated OpenStack 7.0

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VMware recently announced VMware Integrated OpenStack 7.0. VMware Integrated OpenStack delivers out-of-the-box OpenStack functionality and an easy configuration workflow.We are truly excited about our latest OpenStack distribution as this release enables customers to take advantage of advancements in the upstream Train release and is fully compatible with VMware vSphere 7.0 and NSX-T Data Center 3.0. For our […]

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