vSAN Health Service - vSAN Build Recommendation - vSAN release catalog up-to-date
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vSAN Health Service - vSAN Build Recommendation - vSAN release catalog up-to-date


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VMware vSAN


This article explains the vSAN Build Recommendation - vSAN release catalog up-to-date check in the vSAN Health Service and provides details on why it might report an error.

The vSAN release catalog maintains information about available releases, preferred order for releases, and critical patches needed for each release.

(The internal Test-ID is: com.vmware.vsan.health.test.vum.releasecataloguptodate)


VMware vSAN 7.0.x
VMware vSAN 8.0.x
VMware vSAN 6.7.x


Q: What does the vSAN release catalog up-to-date check do?

vSAN release catalog provides critical information to vSAN build recommendation engine. It will be updated when there are new releases or critical patches. It is important to keep the local copy up-to-date.

This check is to ensure that the local copy of vSAN release catalog is up-to-date.

Q: What does it mean when it is in an error state?

This check uses thresholds of 90 or 180 days of age to show a warning or error, respectively.

Q: How does one troubleshoot and fix the error state?

Check and restore internet connectivity to ensure that the release catalog can be accessed. If you do not have an Internet connection, you can upload the vSAN release catalog directly to the vCenter Server. In the vSphere Client, click Cluster > Monitor > vSAN > Skyline Health > vSAN Build Recommendation > vSAN Release catalog up-to-date click the Update From File or Select vCenter Server > Configure > vSAN Update > Release Catalogue > Update from file

The vSAN release catalog can be downloaded here. (Right click "Save as link" or "Safe as file" depending on browser/version)

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