Monthly Archive: December 2018

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ESXi Fails with “Corruption in dlmalloc” on HPE Server

“Corruption in dlmalloc” issue occurs because multiple esxcfg-dumppart threads attempt to free memory which has been used for configuring the dump partition. Thread A checks if there are entries to be freed and proceeds to free them, while within the same time frame, Thread B is also attempting to free the same entries.
Based on VMware KB2147888, this issue is resolved on ESXi 6 U3. But why issue is happening on ESXi 6 U3 or ESXi 6.5 U1 when they are installed on HPE ProLiant servers?

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Top vBlog 2018, Last Day to Vote

15th Dec, 2018 is the last day for voting, you can vote your favorite blog at Top vBlog 2018

If you find my blog has relevant information and contents, please Vote for my blog.

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What is Microsoft Security Update Guide?

Microsoft has replaced legacy updates with cumulative updates for most active products over the past years. Cumulative are including all past updates and also security updates. There is two model of updates:

Security Only
Monthly Rollup
You can choose on of the model of updates and install it. If you have concern about security issue and operating system fixes are not important to you, so you can download and install “Security Only” updates.

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