Please Read Before Purchasing.FTS Bass 2 is a multi sampled bass guitar patch for Native Instruments Kontakt.Requires the Full version of Native Instruments Kontakt 5.5.0 or higher to use or the free Kontakt Player for a 15 minute trial.
-- FTS Bass 2 - DI + All Presets contains 11 NKI patches, 1 direct, 100% raw tone straight from the bass, 4 printed tones from various VST plugins to give an aggressive metal tone, and 6 Re-Amped tones thought various Darkglass Electronics hardware, such as the B7k and X7.
-- FTS Bass 2 - DI + 3 Presets of Your Choice contains 4 NKI patches, 1 direct 100% raw tone straight from the bass, and any 3 of the preset tones you like. (Leave a note in the instructions menu or I'll send an email confirming you selection)
-- FTS Bass 2 - Preset Bundle (4 Presets of Your Choice) contains 4 NKI patches, any 4 of the preset tones you like. (Leave a note in the instructions menu or I'll send an email confirming you selection)
You can update ESXi hosts by manually downloading the patch ZIP file from the VMware download page and installing VIBs by using the esxcli software vib update command. Additionally, you can update the system by using the image profile and the esxcli software profile update command.
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In rare cases, if you commit an object on a disk group, but the object appears as not committed after the vSAN host with that disk group reboots, vSAN might incorrectly consider the object to be in bad state. As a result, the vSAN host might fail with a purple diagnostic screen with a message such as: Object corrupted. lastCWLSN = , pendingLSN = PanicvPanicInt@vmkernel#nover+0x439 Panic_vPanic@vmkernel#nover+0x23 vmk_PanicWithModuleID@vmkernel#nover+0x41 DOMOwnerReconcileProcessLogsStartTask@com.vmware.vsan#0.0.0.1+0x6b3 DOMOperationStartTask@com.vmware.vsan#0.0.0.1+0xa5 DOMOperationDispatch@com.vmware.vsan#0.0.0.1+0xce VSANServerMainLoop@com.vmware.vsanutil#0.0.0.1+0x5e1 vmkWorldFunc@vmkernel#nover+0x4f CpuSched_StartWorld@vmkernel#nover+0x77
This message is generated when the vCenter Server Appliance searches for and fails to find a patch or update. No functionality is impacted by this issue. This issue will be resolved with the release of the first patch for vSphere 6.7.
If you are patching an external Platform Services Controller (an MxN topology) using the VMWare Appliance Management Interface with patches staged to an update repository, and then attempt to unstage the patches, the following error message is reported: Error in method invocation [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/storage/core/software-update/stage' 2b1af7f3a8