HclHostsCompatibilityReportDeviceHclInfo

This CompatibilityReport.DeviceHclInfo structure contains fields that describe a PCI device of a given ESXi host and its compatibility information. If there are multiple PCI devices of the same type on the host each one will be listed in separate instance of this class.


Properties

compatibility Required

The CompatibilityStatus enumerated type defines compatibility status of a given server or PCI device against a specific release of ESXi.
COMPATIBLE : When given hardware is certified for the specified ESXi release but no validation of the software of this hardware is performed.
INCOMPATIBLE : When given hardware is not certified for the specified ESXi release.
UNAVAILABLE : When there is no information about specified hardware.
CERTIFIED : When given hardware is certified for the specified ESXi release. Its software is also validated and it is also certified.
NOT_CERTIFIED : When given hardware is certified for the specified ESXi release. Its software is also validated and it is not certified.

Possible values are: COMPATIBLEINCOMPATIBLEUNAVAILABLECERTIFIEDNOT_CERTIFIED


device Required

Information about the PCI device.


device_constraints Optional

Lists the constraints the target ESXi release has for this PCI device If unset no constraints are present as PCI device is either not compatible or compatibility information is not found.


notes Optional

Information that needs to be taken into account when considering this device hcl. Only set if there is any information reported.


array of string
supported_releases Optional

Provides information about supported releases for this device. If unset device is compatible with the given target release.


string as uri
vcg_link Optional

Provides link to the VMware Compatibility Guide for further information on the compatibility. If unset there is no VMware Compatibility link available as this is device used by VSAN.

JSON Example

{
    "compatibility": "COMPATIBLE",
    "device": {
        "class_code": "string",
        "did": "string",
        "driver": {
            "name": "string",
            "version": "string"
        },
        "model_name": "string",
        "pci_address": "string",
        "ssid": "string",
        "sub_class_code": "string",
        "svid": "string",
        "used_by_vsan": false,
        "vendor": "string",
        "vid": "string"
    }
}

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