What’s your Hypervisor UpTime?

Try it. If your’re still dealing with vSphere older versions you will be impressed after checking the ESX Uptime. I’ve seen ESX running for more than 5 years, meaning that no reboot was made since then, so no firmware updates nor hardware replacement. Scary.

So, a quick way to identify those inmortal ESX is as follows:

Get-VmHost | Select Name, @{n="Booted Date";e={($_ | Get-View).RunTime.BootTime}}
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