New ESXi 6.7 Patch Released (ESXi670-201901001)
VMware has released patch for ESXi 6.7 (ESXi670-201901001) to resolving some important issues, all the resolved issues are bug fix and this patch doesn’t include any security fix . As you may know, ESXi patches are cumulative and new patches includes all resolved issues that released before the new patch.
Release Date: January 17, 2019
Download Filename: ESXi670-201901001.zip
Download Size: 317.7 MB
This rollup bulletin contains the latest VIBs with all the fixes since the initial release of ESXi 6.7.
VMware patch and update releases contain general and critical image profiles. Application of the general release image profile applies to new bug fixes.
|Image Profile Name|
|esx-base||6.7.0-1.39.11675023||ESXi base system||bugfix||important||ESXi670-201901401-BG|
|esx-update||6.7.0-1.39.11675023||ESXi install/upgrade components.||bugfix||important||ESXi670-201901401-BG|
|lsu-lsi-drivers-plugin||1.0.0-1vmw.618.104.22.16875023||LSI MSGPT35 LSU Management Plugin||bugfix||important||ESXi670-201901403-BG|
|lsu-lsi-lsi-msgpt3-plugin||1.0.0-9vmw.622.214.171.12475023||LSI MSGPT3 LSU Management Plugin||bugfix||important||ESXi670-201901402-BG|
|vsanhealth||6.7.0-1.39.11399595||ESXi VSAN Health Service||bugfix||important||ESXi670-201901401-BG|
- By default, the Isolation Response feature in an ESXi host with enabled VMware vSphere High Availability (vSphere HA) is disabled. When the Isolation Response feature is enabled, a virtual machine port, which is connected to an NSX-T logical switch, might be blocked after a vSphere HA failover.
- You might not be able to locate and turn on the LED for disks under a lsi-msgpt3 controller using a lsi-msgpt3 async driver. This fix updates the lsu-lsi-lsi-msgpt3-plugin to work with the inbox and async lsi-msgpt3 drivers.
- You might not be able to locate and turn on the LED for disks under a lsi-msgpt35 controller. This fix introduces a new lsu-lsi-drivers-plugin which works with lsi-msgpt35 async drivers, because the inbox driver version is too low to support the storelib.
For more information see Release Notes.