In the last post about upgrading ESXi 6.0 to ESXi 6.5, I showed you How to upgrade ESXi 6.0 to ESXi 6.5 using esxcli and How to upgrade ESXi 6.0 to ESXi 6.5 using Interactive Installer. In this post, I will show you how to upgrade ESXi 6.0 to ESXi 6.5 using VMware Update Manager.
In the last post, we upgraded ESXi using Interactive Installer https://www.wojcieh.net/how-to-upgrade-esxi-6-0-to-esxi-6-5-using-interactive-installer/. In Today post I will guide you through updating ESXi using esxcli.
Keeping your ESXi up to date can be done in several ways. Today I will show you how to upgrade ESXi 6.0 to ESXi 6.5 using Interactive Installer.
![Change location of VMware ESXi System Logs to local or remote datastore - logo]
Today I would like to show you how to change or setup location of VMware ESXi System Logs to local or remote datastore.
Certificates are very common in our daily life. Starting from logging to your banking account, checking email or simply visiting social media, we use secure communication. One of ingredients of it are certificates. I will not describe you in details how do we use them - if you are reading this most likely you know what you are doing.
Today blog post How to replace VMware ESXi 6. SSL certificate* will describe you how to replace SSL certificates on ESXi hosts.
![How to use DCUI from SSH - logo]
Due to the fact that my work is now customer oriented I have possibilities to see more environments and learn new things. Quite recently I was working with customer and we wanted to see DCUI - Direct Console User Interface.
In the second part of series about upgrading VMware ESXi 5.* to 6.0 I will cover esxcli upgrade.
VMware released vSphere version 6.0 and starting with this post I will cover installation of various vSphere 6.0 components. In first post I will cover installation of nested ESXi 6.0 running on VMware ESXi 5.5 as main platform.
One of my recent tasks at work was to test **HP 365GB MLC IO Accelerator for BladeSystem c-Class **in order to accelerate Database workloads on Virtual Machines.