Chapter 12 - Indianapolis VMware User Group

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Oct 30, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

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Upgrading vSphere 4 to vSphere 5


Method & Best
Practices

Presenter: Jeffrey S Weiss, MCSE, MCT,
VCP 3/4/5, CVE 3/4/5

jweiss@aescorporation.net


Microsoft Gold Partners | VMware Enterprise Partners | Dell Premier Partners

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Upgrading vSphere 4 to vSphere 5


Method & Best Practices

Learn IT!

Topic 1: Pre
-
Upgrade Recommendations

Topic 2
:

Upgrade Steps

Topic 3: Upgrade
Tips


Know IT!

Questions & Answers




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Upgrading vSphere 4 to vSphere 5



Topic
1



Pre
-
Upgrade Recommendations

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vSphere 5 Upgrade Considerations


Make sure you have your vSphere 5 licenses available
before beginning the upgrade process


Check vSphere 5.0 Release Notes for list of Legacy
Features no longer supported


Check VMware Interoperability Matrix to verify plug
-
ins,
etc. are supported

http://vmware.com/resources/compatibility/sim/interop_matrix.php



Consider a vCenter 5.0 Evaluation Edition


Consider upgrading firmware of all components in Hosts
to guarantee support for new features


Upgrade Firmware in SANs to take advantage of new T10
Standards and upgraded vStorage API features of
vSphere 5.0


Download new Manufacturer Multipathing Plug
-
ins
(MMPs)



Topic 1:
Pre
-
Upgrade Recommendations

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vSphere 5 Upgrade Considerations


Consider a clean install of ESXi
5,
might be easier than
performing an ESX 4.x or ESXi
4.x upgrade


Plan ahead, confirm backup solution works with vSphere 5


If upgrading
vSphere components that are part of a
VMware View environment, see
Upgrading vSphere
Components Separately in a VMware View
Environment

http://
pubs.vmware.com/view
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50/topic/com.vmware.view.upgrade.doc/GUID
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EFA29568
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65A0
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43D9
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84A9
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3CF933323F8A.html



Disable VMware vCenter Heartbeat, if being used, to
prevent a failover


Disable
Microsoft Cluster Services (MSCS),
if being
used to
protect vCenter Server,
to prevent a failover



Topic 1:
Pre
-
Upgrade Recommendations

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ESXi 5 Hardware Requirements


CPU



Min: 64 bit Intel or AMD x86 and
two cores minimum



Max: 160 Logical cores in 5 and 4.1 U1



Hardware Virtualization must be enabled to support 64
-
bit VMs


Memory



Min: 2 GB RAM (8 GB recommended), Max: 2 TB RAM


Networking



1 or more Gigabit or 10 GigE Ethernet adapters


Bootable Disk Storage


Local:


SCSI & SAS


SATA through supported controllers


SSD


USB/SD


Remote:


Storage Area Networks: Fibre Channel or iSCSI LUNs(requires iSCSI HBA)


http://
www.vmware.com/pdf/vsphere5/r5/vsp_5_config_max.pdf


New in
5.0

New in
5.0

NOTE:

5.2 GB of space required on Boot location to provide 4 GB SCRATCH partition

NOTE:
USB & SD card installations do not support SCRATCH see “Set the Scratch Partition from the
vSphere Client” in the
vSphere Installation and Setup Guide

Topic 1:
Pre
-
Upgrade Recommendations

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vCenter Server 5 Requirements


Hardware Requirements


CPU


Dual 64
-
bit 2.0GHZ or higher Intel or AMD x86 CPUs


Memory


4GB RAM, more recommended

(Additional
1

GB to 12 GB
needed by JVM heap settings for
VirtualCenter Management Webservices, Inventory Service,
Profile
-
Driven Storage if installed)


Disk Storage


4GB free space , 5GB
-
10GB recommended


Networking


Gigabit Ethernet recommended


Supported as a VM


Allows the use of VMware High
Availability technologies for Fault Tolerance


Operating System Requirements


Windows 2003 64
-
bit Server SP2 (or R2 SP2)


Windows 2008
64
-
bit (or R2 SP2)


Supports up to 1000
hosts & 10,000 Powered
-
On VMs
per
vCenter (8 CPUs/16 GB RAM/10 GB HD), 500 hosts
per datacenter, 512 Powered on VMs per host



New in
4.1

New in
4.1

New in
5.0


http://
kb.vmware.com/kb/2003790


Topic 1:
Pre
-
Upgrade Recommendations

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vCenter Server Database
Requirements


Databases supported


Oracle 10g R2 and 11G R2 & R1


Standard and Enterprise, 64 bit 10g Enterprise Edition


Microsoft


SQL 2008 Standard and Enterprise (32 or 64
-
bit)


SQL 2005 SP1 or higher Standard and Enterprise (32 or 64 bit)


SQL 2008 R2 Express (10 Gig) max is the default for VC 5.0 and
higher


Supports 5 hosts and 50 VMs


Must have Microsoft Installer 4.5


IBM DB2 9


DB2 Express C, Express Edition 9, Workgroup Server Edition 9 &
Enterprise Server Edition 9


Scripts are available to add tables manually


vCenter Server 5 uses the “SQL Native Client” driver
(must be 64
-
bit ODBC connector for vCenter 5 and 64
-
bit ODBC for Update Manager 5)

http://kb.
vmware.com/kb/1010023

Topic 1:
Pre
-
Upgrade Recommendations

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vCenter Server Virtual Appliance
(
vCSA
) Specifications


vHardware

Used by Appliance


2 vCPUs, 8GB RAM, LSI Logic Parallel, VMXNET 3, 22 GB and 60 GB VMDKs


Can be installed on an ESX/ESXi 4.x or ESXi 5 host


SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 x with VMware Tools installed


Includes embedded DB2 database
for eval
or
environments up to
5 ESXi hosts
or 50 virtual machines

(like Windows
vCenter Server + MSSQL Express
)


Only supports Oracle
external
database
for large
environments


Includes Active Directory (AD) and Network Information Services (NIS)
authentication.


vSphere Web Client
support, VIC supported


Includes a pre
-
configured Auto Deploy
server


vCSA

can act as a syslog server for ESXi system logs & as a network collector
for ESXi kernel core dumps


Can
use NFS mounts to store vCenter Server Virtual Appliance core and log
files


DOES NOT SUPPORT:


Upgrading from previous installs of vCenter Server


Linked Mode


Microsoft SQL server external database


IBM DB2 external database


IPV6


VMware VSA


SSO (needs Windows)

New in
5.0

Topic 1:
Pre
-
Upgrade Recommendations

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vSphere 5 Client Hardware
Requirements


CPU


1 minimum 32
-
bit or 64
-
bit, 1 GHz or higher


Memory


1 GB


Networking
-

1 Gigabit Ethernet adapters


Bootable Disk Storage


1.5 GB free disk


Components required:


Microsoft .NET 2.0 SP2


Microsoft .NET
3.0
SP2


Microsoft .NET
3.5 SP1


Microsoft
Visual J# (Remove any previous versions first)


Topic 1:
Pre
-
Upgrade Recommendations

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vSphere 5 Web Client Hardware
Requirements


CPU


2.00 GHz or higher with 4 Cores


Memory


Min: 2 GB




1 GB for Java Heap


1 GB for resident code, stack for Java threads, Java process
segments


Networking
-

1 Gigabit Ethernet adapters


Bootable Disk Storage


1.5 GB free disk


Components required:


Microsoft .NET 2.0 SP2


Microsoft .NET
3.0
SP2


Microsoft .NET
3.5 SP1


Microsoft
Visual J# (Remove any previous versions first)


Supported Browsers (require Flash Player 10.1.0 or higher):


MS IE 7 or 8


Mozilla Firefox 3.6


New in
5.0

Topic 1:
Pre
-
Upgrade Recommendations

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Upgrading vSphere 4 to vSphere
5


Topic 2



Upgrade Steps

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Upgrade Methodology


Minor version Upgrades (ie., 4.1 to 4.1 Update 1) are
handled as Patches in UM, not Upgrades


3 Steps to every upgrade

1.
Upgrade vCenter to 5.0


Upgrade Update Manager to
5.0


Upgrade Distributed Switch(
es
)

2.
Upgrade ESX/ESXi Hosts


Three methods:


Boot to the ESXi 5.0 media and upgrade ESX or ESXi


Install ESXi on new hardware


VMware vCenter Update Manager (remove Guided
Consolidation and vSphere Converter)


NOTE
:

There is
no

CLI method
to upgrade to ESXi 5.0

3.
Upgrade Virtual Machines


Upgrade VMware Tools


Upgrade Hardware (major releases only)

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

http://
pubs.vmware.com/vsphere
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50/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/vsphere
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update
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manager
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50
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install
-
administration
-
guide.pdf


New in
5.0

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Upgrade VirtualCenter/vCenter to a 5.0

1.
Backup existing vCenter database

2.
Upgrade Database Server, if necessary

3.
If Migrating to a new 64
-
bit Machine

a.
On
the source machine, copy the
entire
\
SSL
certificate
folder from:


%ALLUSERSPROFILE%
\
Application Data
\
VMware
\
VMware VirtualCenter

b.
Paste
it on the destination
machine

to (
NOTE:
Create the
\
SSL
folder
if it does not
exist
)
:


Microsoft
Windows 2003
Server x64:


%ALLUSERSPROFILE%
\
Application Data
\
VMWare
\
VMware VirtualCenter


Microsoft
Microsoft

Windows 2008
Server x64:

%ALLUSERSPROFILE%
\
VMWare
\
VMware
VirtualCenter

http://www.vmware.com/products/vsphere/upgrade
-
center


Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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Upgrade VirtualCenter/vCenter to a new
version (Cont’d)

4.
Upgrade vCenter Server


In
-
place upgrade


10 minute downtime, no reboot required,
insert DVD media or ISO


Migration upgrade


Install VC 5 on a extra machine before
taking down one with earlier VC version

5.
Upgrade vCenter Server Database


Required for 2.5 or 4.x to 5.0 upgrade


Database Migration Tool available for those with SQL Express
moving to new 64
-
bit platform for vCenter 5.0


Database upgrade wizard launches the appropriate scripts for
a database upgrade, and progress, status, and any error
messages encountered

CAUTION: You cannot use the updated database schema with
previous versions of VirtualCenter.
You cannot roll back the
schema update. You must create a back up of your database
before you upgrade your database and before you begin the
upgrade to vCenter Server

6.
Update Manager is upgraded separately after vCenter

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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Upgrade vCenter 4.1 to 5.0


Does not require a reboot (UM upgrade does)

http://www.vmware.com/products/vsphere/upgrade
-
center


Windows Installer 4.5 MUST
be installed manually first, if
not on Windows Server

Select vCenter Server to
begin Upgrade

Select Web Client (Server)

Required for License Reporting

Select Update Manager

A reboot is
Required after
Upgrade
or Install

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Optional Support Tools Installs:

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ESXi Dump Collector

Syslog Collector

Auto Deploy

vSphere Authentication Proxy

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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ESX/ESXi Migration to new hardware

3.x to any version

1.
Install ESX/ESXi on New Servers

2.
Join new ESX/ESXi hosts to existing
vCenter Server

3.
Patch New Hosts using Update
Manager

4.
Create VM Networks, VMkernel
Ports, and Service Console Ports to
match existing hosts

5.
Add existing SANs and NFS mounts
to New Hosts

6.
Configure and enable vMotion, DRS,
HA on new hosts

7.
vMotion VMs from old hosts to new
hosts

8.
Cold Migrate any VMs that don’t
support vMotion

9.
Perform SvMotion to new storage (if
needed)

10.
Decommission old hosts

SAN

Old Servers

New Servers

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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Upgrade Distributed Switch to 5.0

1.
Select the vSphere
Distributed
Switch
in the inventory
pane

2.
On the Summary tab, next to
Version, select
Upgrade

3.
Select the vSphere
Distributed
Switch version to upgrade
to

5.
Click Next

6.
Verify that the
upgrade information
listed is correct and
click Finish

4.
Click Next

(Wizard
shows hosts
associated
with vDS & compatibility to new
version. All hosts must be
compatible to proceed)

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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ESXi 4.x/5.0 Migration to new
hardware
-

Enterprise Plus

1.
Install first ESXi 4.x/5.0 on a New
Server

2.
Configure first host as you would a
3.x host (perhaps use distributed
switches)

3.
Create a Standard Host Profile

4.
Install ESXi on each additional
4.x/5.0 host.

5.
Join the New Host to vCenter

6.
Patch New Host using Update
Manager

7.
Apply the Standard Host Profile

8.
vMotion VMs from old hosts to new
hosts

9.
Cold Migrate any VMs that don’t
support vMotion

10.
Perform
SvMotion

to new storage (if
needed)

11.
Decommission old servers

SAN

Old Servers

New Servers

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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vSphere 5 ESXi Image Builder CLI


PowerCLI cmdlets to provide customized ESXi
installation media (ISO or ZIP)


Manages software depot, ESXi image profiles and
software packages (VIBs)


Key component of vSphere 5 Auto Deploy


Requirements:


Microsoft .NET 2.0


Microsoft PowerShell 2.0


vSphere PowerCLI 5


Verify Image Builder Snap
-
in in PowerCLI

New in
5.0

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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ESX/ESXi Upgrade using Update
Manager


Upload the ESXi 5.0 Image file which creates a new
Upgrade Baseline


Attach Baseline and Remediate as usual


Can be used to upgrade 3.x
-
> 4.x, 4.0
-
> 4.1, 4.x
-
> 5


ESX/ESXi 3.5 cannot be directly upgraded to 5.0

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Import ESXi Image ISO

Attach Baseline and
Remediate to Upgrade


Upload the ESXi 5.0 Image file which creates a new
Upgrade Baseline


Attach Baseline and Remediate as usual


Can be used to upgrade 3.x
-
> 4.x, 4.0
-
> 4.1, 4.x
-
> 5


ESX/ESXi 3.5 cannot be directly upgraded to 5.0

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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vSphere 5 Auto Deploy for

ESXi PXE Boot


Automated booting of ESXi 5 hosts using PXE, Host
Profiles, ESXi Image Profiles, Answer files and Rules


Allows management of many ESXi deployments


State information not stored on host, but through Auto
Deploy server via image profile and host profile


Requirements:


vCenter Server 5 (included in VC Appliance, add on for vCenter
Server, on install DVD)


Host Profiles & Answer files (1 per host max)


PXE Boot Infrastructure


DHCP & TFTP servers enable Network Boot


Image Builder ESXi Image Profiles


Public depots contain VMware and VMware Partner image profiles and VIBs


Private depots contain internally created custom image profiles

http://
download3.vmware.com/media/flv/vSphereAutoDeploy.html


New in
5.0

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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vSphere 5 Auto Deploy process


Power on host starts PXE boot


DHCP provides IP and instructions to contact TFTP


Host downloads gPXE files from TFTP server


gPXE makes HTTP request of Auto Deploy server


Auto Deploy queries Rule Engine about host & streams
components specified in image profile, host profile &
vCenter Server location


Host boots using the ESXi image profile (host profile
applied if provided)


Host assigned to vCenter registered by Auto Deploy &
placed in proper container (cluster/folder)


Host specific info in Host
P
rofile queried for or applied
from answer file

Video: http
://
download3.vmware.com/media/flv/vSphereAutoDeploy.html


New in
5.0

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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vSphere 5 Auto Deploy Architecture




Public Depot

VIBs & ESXi
Image Profiles

Auto Deploy Server (Web Server HTTP)

Auto Deploy
PowerCLI

Rules Engine

Image Builder
PowerCLI

ESXi Image
profiles

Host profiles
& answer
files

ESXi Host

HTTP fetch of
ESXi image,
VIBs & Host
Profile

PXE
Boot

DHCP Server

TFTP Server

File request

gPXE File

Boot request returned
from Auto Deploy Server

http://
pubs.vmware.com/vsphere
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50/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/vsphere
-
esxi
-
vcenter
-
server
-
50
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auto
-
deploy
-
guide.pdf


New in
5.0

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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Upgrade the Virtual Machines


VMware Tools updates are generally release with every
new version of ESX/ESXi (3.5 U3


3.5 U4, 3.5


4)


Requires a reboot


Upgrade VMware Tools before updating hardware


Otherwise network settings will be lost


Version 8 of Virtual Machine Hardware is available in
vSphere 5.0


VMs upgraded to version 8 hardware can no longer run on
ESX/ESXi 3.x or ESX/ESXi 4.x


Requires a reboot


can be done during the same reboot after
installing VMware tools


Version 7 or 8 required for vmxnet 3 NICs, Hot add/
config

of
hardware, Hot Plug Memory and CPU, and other new features


May need to Re
-
Activate Windows!


Can only be reversed via a
snapshot,
restore from
backup or
VMware Converter


http://
www.techhead.co.uk/vmware
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esx
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how
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to
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downgrade
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a
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vms
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vm
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versionhw
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level
-
from
-
7
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4
-
0
-
to
-
4
-
3
-
x


Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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Use the vSphere Client to Upgrade
the VMware Tools


Must upgrade VMware tools in all VMs

1.
Add column to display VMware Tools Status

2.
Change filter rules to include VMware Tools Status

3.
Filter to show only VMs with tools “Out of date”

4.
Select one or more VMs to Install/Upgrade VMware Tools

Type “Out of Date”
here to filter list

Right
-
Click Column headers
and pick columns to show

Click Down Arrow and
pick fields to filter on

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Use vSphere Client to Upgrade
Virtual Machine Hardware


Right
-
Click on the VM and Choose Upgrade Virtual
Hardware

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Use Update Manager to Upgrade
Virtual Machines


Default baselines already exist to upgrade VMware
Tools and upgrade Virtual Machine Hardware


Can create a single baseline to upgrade both or
remediate both baselines at the same time


Attach and Schedule Remediation like any other
baseline

Topic 2: Upgrade Steps

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Upgrading vSphere 4 to vSphere
5


Topic
3



Upgrade Tips

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Recommendations, Issues and
Troubleshooting


Do Not install IIS on vCenter Server running Windows,
both use Port 80


Verify that DNS supports the FQDN of the vCenter Server
for both forward and reverse lookups


Update Manager requires a 64
-
bit Windows platform


Migrating from ESX 4.x to ESXi 5.0 requires 50MB of free
space on your VMFS
datastore


If a SAN is connected to the host, detach the fibre before
continuing with the upgrade or migration. Do not disable
HBA cards in the
BIOS


Once you have upgraded or migrated your host to ESXi
5.0, you cannot roll back to your version 4.x ESX or ESXi
software


After upgrading, your ESXi 5.0 software returns to
evaluation mode until you reapply your license

Topic 3: Upgrade Tips

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Recommendations, Issues and
Troubleshooting (Cont’d)


Upgrading
Hosts containing customizations, such as
third
-
party VIBs or drivers
,
with the standard VMware
installer ISO will result in the loss of those
customizations


Use
ESXi Image Builder CLI to create a customized ESXi installer
ISO file that includes the VIBs or driver


Firewall Configuration Changes After Migration or
Upgrade to ESXi
5.0


Custom ports that were opened by using the ESX/ESXi 4.1
esxcfg
-
firewall command do not remain open after the
upgrade to ESXi
5.0


The ESXi firewall in ESXi 5.0 does not allow per
-
network filtering of
vMotion traffic. Therefore, you must install rules on your external
firewall to ensure that no incoming connections can be made to
the vMotion socket
.

Topic 3: Upgrade Tips

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Recommendations, Issues and
Troubleshooting (Cont’d)


Resource
Pool Settings Affected by the Upgrade from ESX
4.x to ESXi
5.0


After the upgrade to ESXi 5.0, ESX 4.x resource pool settings
might be insufficient to start all virtual machines in the
pool


Upgrade
to ESXi 5.0 affects the amount of memory available to
the host system.
In
resource pools that are set to use nearly all
of the resources available, some virtual machines might not
have enough resources to start after the
upgrade


A
system alert will be
issued, manually reconfigure the
resource pools affected


SSH Configuration Affected by Upgrading or Migrating to
ESXi
5.0


SSH configuration is not migrated for ESX 4.x hosts or ESXi 4.0
hosts, only ESXi 4.1 hosts to ESXi 5.0 hosts


SSH access is disabled during the upgrade or migration
process, re
-
enable through DCUI after upgrade

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Recommendations, Issues and
Troubleshooting (Cont’d)


Upgraded
systems do not use GUID Partition Tables (GPT), but retain
the older MSDOS
-
based partition
label


For most ESXi 4.x hosts, the partition table is not rewritten in the
upgrade to ESXi
5.0


P
artition
table is rewritten for systems that have lopsided
bootbanks


Lopsided
boot banks can occur in systems that are upgraded from ESXi 3.5 to
ESXi 4.x, and then upgraded directly to ESXi
5.0


For ESX hosts, the partitioning structure is changed to resemble that of
an ESXi 4.x host. The VMFS3 partition is retained and a new MSDOS
-
based partition table overwrites the existing partition
table


For ESX hosts,
data
stored in
user
created partitions inside the Service
Console is not preserved in the migration to ESXi
5.0


Upgraded hosts do not have a scratch partition. Instead, the scratch
directory is created and accessed off of the VMFS
volume


In
upgraded hosts, the VMFS partition is not upgraded from VMFS3 to
VMFS5. ESXi 5.0 is compatible with VMFS3
partitions


Upgrade
the partition to VMFS5 after the host is upgraded to ESXi
5.0


Upgraded hosts, which keep the older MSDOS
-
based partitioning, do
not support installing ESXi
on,
a single physical disk or
LUN,
larger than
2TB, must do a fresh install instead

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Links


Upgrade Center at VMware Communities

http://
communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/server/vsphere/upgradecenter



View 4.6 Upgrade to View 5

http://
pubs.vmware.com/view
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50/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/view
-
50
-
upgrades.pdf



Upgrade to vSphere 5.0 Checklist

http://
www.vmware.com/files/pdf/techpaper/VMware
-
vSphere
-
50
-
Upgrade
-
Checklists.pdf


vSphere 5.0 Upgrade Technical Guide

http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/techpaper/VMware
-
vSphere
-
50
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Upgrade
-
Best
-
Practices
-
Technical
-
White
-
Paper.pdf


Moving the vCenter Server SQL database

http://kb.vmware.com/kb/7960893



Migrating to vCenter Server 5.0 using the Data Migration
Tool

http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2005328


Storage
Best Practices from different vendors on VMware
vSphere

http://www.ivobeerens.nl/2011/11/11/storage
-
best
-
practices
-
from
-
different
-
vendors
-
on
-
vmware
-
vsphere/


Topic 3: Upgrade Tips

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Upcoming
Classes
at
LANtech


vSphere 5 Ultimate Bootcamp


May 14
th



May 18
th



vSphere Advanced Administration and VCAP
-
DCA
Prep Bootcamp


VMware View 5 with
Thinapp

Ultimate Bootcamp


VMware Advanced Security Bootcamp



www.LANtechTraining.com


Contact:
John
Hefton



John.Hefton@lantechtraining.com


3500 DePauw Blvd

Pyramid 3, STE 3021

Indianapolis, IN 46269

(317) 872
-
8844

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Questions and Answers


Thank you


Please ask any questions you may have…