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Would you have any ideas? I changed back to the NIC that was originally assigned to the vswitch with the management network and rebooted and everything is working fine again.
Could you explain me how do I do that? I just followed this step by step on 6.
Home Lab ESXi Install Problem on HP xw8600 with LSI1068
I also ran into some problems. Hopefully this will help someone.
Thanks for creating this post. The e is listed as supported here – http: As a brief recap: I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. Will be running windows 7 as the host os and running all the virtual machines on Lsk workstation 9. When in doubt, reboot! The LSXi installer claims it can’t find anywhere to install to.
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Everything was working great until I changed the NIC that was assigned to the vswitch attached to the management network was. Never Mind, apparently it was waiting on a reboot. I had overlooked that vmwafe, but had seen another that listed that driver for the device.
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I have have walked through the instructions several times with multiple hosts and can never get the anything to come up. I have used the onboard lsie on a tyan se motherboard with raid 0, 1 and 10 and it works fine. I have vmware 6. While diagnosing the issues, Vmsare realized there is no out-of-the-box way to be notified of a drive failure within ESXi.
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Home Lab ESXi Install Problem on HP xw with LSI – VMtoday
VMware includes drivers for these cards, starting in ESXi 5. The vm running MSM can ping the host with no issue.
My VMware Home Lab reborn! Otherwise I come up with an alternative like boot from a SSD.
Click the Summary tab and at the very bottom you will see Enter Maintenance Mode. SATA disks will be considered remote, not local.
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