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Insufficient Speed: Insufficient CPU Speed in MHz - speed is equal to what shows as a problem

BradParker

Hey y'all

 

So I'm getting the following error message when trying to deploy a cluster in ESXi. I'm not sure what kind of in formation y'all need to see if its a known issue--but let me know. 

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Thanks
Brad

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cedric_renauld

Oupsy,

I think Select is not yet supported in vSphere 7.0u1 ..

I'llcheck it

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cedric_renauld

Hello, Brad

Can you give us :

- ESXi Version

- Select Version you want ot deploy

- Number of ESXi

Deploy type = one / Tow / four nodes ?

 

Thanks

BradParker

You bet, thanks so much for responding!

 

- ESXi Version: 7.0u1

- Ontap Version 9.7

- Number of ESXi: I don't know what that is

Deploy type: 1

 

@cedric_renauld 

cedric_renauld

Oupsy,

I think Select is not yet supported in vSphere 7.0u1 ..

I'llcheck it

Oli71

@BradParker 

 

Are you trying to install an OVA/OVF? This typical of CPU/RAM reservation message.

Edit your VM, go to the resource tab and remove all reservations.

 

Oli

jcolonfzenpr

what version of ontap select you deploy?

I used the standalone version and work correctly on my vmware homelab.

 

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ttran

Hi Brad_Parker,

 

@cedric_renauld is correct. ONTAP Select Deploy 9.7 currently is not compatible with VMWare ESXi 7.0 update 1; it is only compatible up to VMWare ESXi 6.7 update 3.

 

Here is the link to our NetApp Interoperability Matrix.

 

 

Regards,

 

Team NetApp 

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