You can combine one host upgrade baseline with multiple patch or extension baselines, or combine multiple patch and extension baselines in a baseline group.

Note

You can click Finish in the New Baseline Group wizard at any time to save your baseline group and add baselines to it at a later stage.

1

Use the vSphere Client or the vSphere Web Client to connect to a vCenter Server system with which Update Manager is registered.

2

On the Baselines and Groups tab, click Create above the Baseline Groups pane.

3

Depending on the client you use to connect to vCenter Server perform the following steps.

Client

Steps

vSphere Web Client

1

On the Host Baselines tab under Manage, click the Create above the Baseline Groups pane.

2

Enter a unique name for the baseline group and click Next.

vSphere Client

1

On the Baselines and Groups tab, click the Create above the Baseline Groups pane.

2

Enter a unique name for the baseline group

3

Under Baseline Group Type, select Host Baseline Group and click Next.

4

Select a host upgrade baseline to include it in the baseline group.

5

(Optional) If you use the vSphere Client create a new host upgrade baseline by clicking Create a new Host Upgrade Baseline at the bottom of the Upgrades page and complete the New Baseline wizard.

6

Click Next.

7

Select the patch baselines that you want to include in the baseline group.

8

(Optional) If you use the vSphere Client, create a new patch baseline by clicking Create a new Host Patch Baseline at the bottom of the Patches page and complete the New Baseline wizard.

9

Click Next.

10

Select the extension baselines to include in the baseline group.

11

(Optional) If you use the vSphere Client, create a new extension baseline by clicking Create a new Extension Baseline at the bottom of the Patches page and complete the New Baseline wizard.

12

On the Ready to Complete page, click Finish.

The host baseline group is displayed in the Baseline Groups pane.