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When I check my blog, I can see the last post from February 2022. That’s a long time ago already! Time to write something, isn’t it?
Back in the days when I was working as a Systems Engineer for an IT service provider, it was much easier to write blog posts. Now as a “customer” I don’t find the time or the ideas, or maybe I’m forgetting blog post ideas, not sure why. At least that’s my thought. I’m always struggling if I should blog about this or that, is it worth writing about it, or are there gazillions of blog posts writing about the exact same thing?
Today’s blog post is exactly such a topic, I assume, that has been written about already some times, at least. But it was a problem we had during an ongoing vSphere upgrade project just recently. And I was able to help our operations team to move on with their work. So why not write a blog post about it?
As mentioned, we’re currently working on a global vSphere upgrade project. We’ve got many ESXi hosts and clusters all around the world. So far nothing special. And even when there