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Unfortunately I didn’t have the error which is mentioned in the KB article on my systen: “OSError: [Errno 39] Directory not empty: /bootbank/state. This didn’t stop me investigating the /bootbank directory. XXXXXXX directory, but there was a /altbootbank/state.92793/ directory available on the system which contained a

contains a system state backup of your ESXi server.

By making a connection directly to a host, rather than v Sphere, you can view the hosts log files: If you are connected to v Center rather than a host, you can browse to the same place, but instead of host logs, you can view the v Center logs files.

Another way to view a host’s log files is to use a web browser.

After a flawless upgrade to ESXi 5.1 of one of my HP Microservers N36L, upgrading the second N36L gave some issues.

I am using VMware Update Manager for the upgrade, which failed at 93% with the following error: “Cannot execute upgrade script on host“.

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Using a url like this one: https://192.168.0.235/host, will (after you have authenticated) present you with a web page from which you can access host log files: My preferred way, when possible, is to SSH to the host and view the log files from the SSH console.

A short investigation of both /var/log/vmware/on the ESXi host and C:\Users\All Users\VMware\VMware Update Manager\Logs on the Update Manager didn’t offer any clues.

I ran into this VMware KB article which is about quite the same issue, although the article is talking about an upgrade from 4.1 to 5.0.

Resolved Issues – In addition, this release delivers a number of bug fixes that have been documented in the Resolved Issues section.

The earlier release of ESXi 5.0 Update 1 is ESXi 5.0.