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This was probably firmware or driver issue. Please update your host to latest firmwares with SPP(Service Pack for Proliant.) Most probably about HPSA driver. please check out kb below. http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2075978


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It could be a hardware issue, but probably more of a firmware thing. Can you ensure that your firmware is up-to-date on the host server? The other thing to do is update your ESXi host. Your build number is: 1623387. The current build number is 2302651. Many people don't understand that VMware actually needs to be patched and updated. The process is not ...


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By upgrading to at least ESX 5.5 Update 1. Alternately, this is caused by guests with E1000 network adapters, so if updating isn't possible, or not possible immediately, you can always change the vNIC adapter type on the guests. Of course, there is the off chance that this PSOD is caused by something else, but since you haven't posted any error log ...



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