SettingsHardwareSupportPackageCompliance

The HardwareSupportPackageCompliance structure contains information that describe compliance of the Hardware Support Package (HSP) on the host with respect to the Hardware support Package (HSP) present in the target software image specification, if any.


Properties

current Optional

Current version of the Hardware Support Package present on the host. unset if there is no known Hardware Support Package on the host.


hardware_modules Required

Compliance result for individual hardware module on the host. The key is the module identifier and value is the HardwareModuleFirmwareCompliance for the device. NOTE: if no individual hardware module compliance is returned by the, Hardware Support Manager (HSM), this map may have no entries even if ComplianceStatus = NON_COMPLIANT When clients pass a value of this structure as a parameter, the key in the field map must be an identifier for the resource type: com.vmware.esx.setting.hardware_module. When operations return a value of this structure as a result, the key in the field map will be an identifier for the resource type: com.vmware.esx.setting.hardware_module.


notifications Required

Notifications describing the compliance result.


status Required

The ComplianceStatus enumerated type contains the possible different status of compliance with respect to target version.
COMPLIANT : Target version is same as current version.
NON_COMPLIANT : Target version is greater than current version.
INCOMPATIBLE : Target state cannot be applied due to conflict or missing dependencies or the target state is lesser than the current version.
UNAVAILABLE : Drift check failed due to unknown error or check hasn’t happened yet and results are not available.

Possible values are: COMPLIANTNON_COMPLIANTINCOMPATIBLEUNAVAILABLE


target Optional

Target version of the Hardware Support Package present in the software specification. unset if current desired image includes a Hardware Support Manager (HSM) but no target Hardware Support Package (HSP).

JSON Example

{
	"hardware_modules": {
		"key": {
			"notifications": {},
			"status": "COMPLIANT"
		}
	},
	"notifications": {},
	"status": "COMPLIANT"
}

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