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vhba3 vhba4 vhba1 vhba2

In vsphere, I see i have some hosts have vhba1 and vhba2

 

but some other hosts shows vhba3 and vhba4

 

All the hosts are using the same service profiles and have 2 vhba per host

 

why is the number not the same ?

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Is a known problem; are the

Is a known problem; are the blades and I/O adaptor identical ?

see eg.

http://www.virten.net/2012/09/esxi-change-vmnic-vmhba-numbering/

http://vnetwise.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/howto-force-vmware-esxi-to-re-order-nic-ports-to-maintain-standards/

http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1007380

 

 

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yes it identical. both blades

yes it identical. both blades are the same, same hardware. When i reinstall esxi 5.5, vmhba defaults to vmhba3 and vmhba4

 

but my other host is at vmhba1 and vmhba2

 

why is that? This is causing a problem with me applying host profiles

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