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Is it necessary to reboot the ESXi host during or after update 1 is applied?
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Yes, after applying the update, your must restart for U1 to load.
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Also, you cannot apply U1 without putting the host into maintenance mode, so that should also be considered for downtime if you are unable to vMotion guests to another host.
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