I need to upgrade my FIs and I am thinking of rebooting one of the FIs and see if I lose any pings or cocnnectivity to my vms. The service profiles are all mapps to both FIs. Would it be ok to reboot one FI and see if I lose any conectivity? Is it possible to move all the VMs from one FI to another manually?
-Upgrade the FI: if you can, use "Infrasturcture auto install"
-reboot FI: I would not do that; just check your ESXi if multipathing / teaming is ok, meaning you see path a and b. Then disable all the uplinks from e.g. FI-b, which will automatically bring down all the vhba's / vnic's attached to fabric b.
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