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VMware ALERT: Increased restart times with vCenter Server 5.1

Alert VMware has become aware of an issue where some customers may encounter increased restart times with the newly released vCenter Server 5.1.

This issue only impacts the start/re-start time for vCenter Server. It does not affect the ongoing operations after vCenter Server has started. In fact, due to improvements to the vCenter Server database, the use of vSphere Web Client, the Inventory Service cache, customers will notice significant performance improvements in vCenter Server 5.1.

For updates and further information on this restart issue, please refer to Knowledgebase article: vCenter Server 5.1 start up may take longer than previous versions (2034975).



VMware ALERT: Increased restart times with vCenter Server 5.1

Alert VMware has become aware of an issue where some customers may encounter increased restart times with the newly released vCenter Server 5.1.

This issue only impacts the start/re-start time for vCenter Server. It does not affect the ongoing operations after vCenter Server has started. In fact, due to improvements to the vCenter Server database, the use of vSphere Web Client, the Inventory Service cache, customers will notice significant performance improvements in vCenter Server 5.1.

For updates and further information on this restart issue, please refer to Knowledgebase article: vCenter Server 5.1 start up may take longer than previous versions (2034975).

One thought on “VMware ALERT: Increased restart times with vCenter Server 5.1

  1. John O.

    I recently installed vSphere 5.0 U1, and noticed it is very slow to start the vCenter service. Could this issue impact 5.0 U1 as well as 5.1?

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