Recently ran into a HPE Proliant m510 server running vSAN, where vSAN complained that the controller driver for the NVMe disk where too new.
The health error said that the current driver nvme (18.104.22.168.-1vmw.622.214.171.12402608) was to new and the recommended driver was nvme (126.96.36.199-1vmw.670.0.08169922)
Downgrading is not always a breeze. When going to VMware compatibility guide, the NVMe disk is supported for vSAN 6.7 Update 1, and there are no download links to a specific driver, so how do you get the old driver? Continue reading vSAN – Downgrading NVMe driver in ESXi 6.7 Update 1
I was very surprised to receive the Technical Ambassador 2017 award from VMware at the Nordic Partner Briefing on Sunday evening.
For those who don’t know my history, I have been implementing and promoting VMware and virtualization since 2002, and it is not often that you receive awards in this industry unless you are working with sales, so i really appreciate this.
I owe a big thank you to Michael Eskildsen from VMware for nominating me, to Atea and my team leader Flemming Westervang for giving me the opportunity to work with the biggest customers and most interesting cases in the Nordic, and of course to VMware for constantly raising the bar.