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How long does a Host reboot usually take ?
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Depends on the host, partly. Could take 3-5mins...

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2-5 minutes depending upon if you are attached to NFS, iSCSI of FC storage, and whether you are installed on USB of Local Disk.
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It depends of your hardware ca 3-6 minutes
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if you have iSCSI enabled and are using ESXi 5.0, without the iSCSI patch, it can take even longer.................
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