Updating the fru and sensor data
During an installation or upgrade, the installer checks the compatibility of the host CPU with v Sphere 5.5.x.
If your host hardware is not compatible, a purple screen appears with a message about incompatibility. For instructions about upgrading v Center Server and ESX/ESXi hosts, see the v Sphere Upgrade documentation.
A Werk is any change or bug fix that has influence on the user's experiance.
Each Werk has a unique ID, one of the levels Trivial Change, Prominent Change or Major Feature and one of the classes Bug Fix, Feature or Security Fix.
For information about using Image Builder to make a custom ISO, see the v Sphere Installation and Setup documentation.
v Sphere 5.5.x supports only CPUs with LAHF and SAHF CPU instruction sets.
Display the settings for collecting system forensics on a watchdog reset event, display system forensics information collected during a watchdog reset event, or clear the collected system forensics information.
The software development of Check_MK is organized in so called Werks.
Virtual machines that are compatible with ESX 3.x and later (hardware version 4) are supported with ESXi 5.5 Update 3.You can also download the source files for any GPL, LGPL, or other similar licenses that require the source code or modifications to source code to be made available for the most recent available release of v Sphere.This release contains all bulletins for ESXi that were released earlier to the release date of this product.v Center Server should also be upgraded to 5.5 Update 1 or later.To view a list of processors, storage devices, SAN arrays, and I/O devices that are compatible with v Sphere 5.5 Update 3, use the ESXi 5.5 Update 3 information in the VMware Compatibility Guide.
Search for updating the fru and sensor data:
For more information about the sequence in which v Sphere environments need to be updated, refer KB 2057795.