The patch for ESX 3i fixes the following:
- ESX Server 3i hosts using more than two processor sockets cannot be licensed when using host-based licensing.
- VMware Virtual Center does not properly record the number of processors on Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 7200 series based hosts.
- An issue with the BCM5709 firmware where ping requests sometimes fail after loading and unloading the bnx2 driver.
- An issue with the bnx2 driver where a device using the bnx2 driver fails to connect to the a 100 Mbps network during the network autonegotiation period after system boot.
The patches for ESX 3.5 contain the following:
- Update to the bnx2 Driver
- Security Update to the Samba Package
- Security Update to the util-linux Package
- Security Update to the Perl Package
- Security Update to the openssl Package
- Daylight Saving Time Update
- vmkernel-vmnix Update for the bnx2 Driver
- Intel Xeon Processor 7200 Series Based Servers Licensing Issues
- Multi-processor Licensing Issues, VMotion Assert Failure
I’m glad VMware released this fixes, now I can finally test the Update Manager for my ESX Hosts.