Running lbtd restart net-lbt started Running sensord restart sensord started Running vmfstraced restart VMFS Global Tracing is not enabled. Find the "unwrapped size" of a list Single word for the act of being susceptible? This issue may be resolved by copying the proxy.xml file from a working host and then restarting the hostd service." Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 10. DISCLAIMER I maintain and update this blog in my spare time.All information is provided from the best of my knowledge, my insight on the virtual world so you can use this http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/vmware-cannot/vmware-cannot-add-vmdk.php
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... The host was entering maintenance mode at the time, so fun. 0 replies 0 retweets 0 likes Reply Retweet Retweeted Like Liked More Copy link to Tweet Embed Tweet View other Log in as root to the ESX host command-line via the physical console / KVM connection / or through SSH. [ad#co-2] Go to the /var/run/vmware directory with the command: cd /var/run/vmware Search for: Have you restarted your management services today?
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To stop the service and restart it: Log in as root to the ESX host command-line via the physical console or via KVM connection. http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1007261… 0 replies 0 retweets 0 likes Reply Retweet Retweeted Like Liked More Copy link to Tweet Embed Tweet Todd Scalzott @tscalzott 30 Jan 2015 @darylhunter We tried that with no Anyone?pic.twitter.com/B3RMZhSNOD 10:45 AM - 30 Jan 2015 0 replies 0 retweets 0 likes Reply Retweet Retweeted Like Liked More Copy link to Tweet Embed Tweet Daryl Hunter @darylhunter 30 Jan 2015 Hopefully the server will stay running until it can be scheduled.
The latency on the SSD literally went to 40,000 or higher. Simplest solution is to restart the mgmt-vmware and vmware-vpxa services using following commands [ad#co-3] service mgmt-vmware restart service vmware-vpxa restart However, life isn't that simple. How can I claim compensation? Unable To Terminate Watchdog: No Running Watchdog Process For Vpxa I/O error <182>2014-08-12T15:54:49.908Z vps24.corp.domain.net vmkernel: cpu26:13028837)WARNING: ScsiDeviceIO: 7793: READ CAPACITY on device "naa.600605b0070ec9c01b0613ea1266322e" from Plugin "NMP" failed.
Find the rate of change at a point on a polynomial GO OUT AND VOTE Furniture name for waist-high floor-sitting shelf cabinet thing How to handle a common misconception when writing Otherwise I am stuck shutting down all the VMs in order to move them. That SSD is connected to the same RAID controller that has two hard drives in RAID 1 with ESXi installed. hostd does not restart Resolution You must manually stop the stuck service and restart it.
I issued the "service mgmt-vmware restart" command again and it restarted the service, however, I noticed that it did not kill the vmware-hostd process it just created a new one. When I run "./sbin/services.sh restart", below is what I am getting. Ramdisk Hostd Already Exists Delete the vmware-hostd.PID and watchdog-hostd.PID files: # rm vmware-hostd.PID watchdog-hostd.PID Restart the management service. # service mgmt-vmware restart” This seemed to fix it, and without any downtime. Sfcbd Is Not Running at least it's not APD 0 replies 0 retweets 0 likes Reply Retweet Retweeted Like Liked More Copy link to Tweet Embed Tweet Todd Scalzott @tscalzott 30 Jan 2015 @darylhunter Why
Aug 12, 2014 #1 KapsZ28 2[H]4U Messages: 2,091 Joined: May 29, 2009 One of our servers in a cluster experienced an issue this morning. check my blog Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 9. lopoetve, Aug 12, 2014 lopoetve, Aug 12, 2014 #2 Aug 12, 2014 #3 KapsZ28 2[H]4U Messages: 2,091 Joined: May 29, 2009 lopoetve said: ↑ looks normalish to me. Running swapobjd restart swapobjd started Running vsantraced restart Storing traces to /scratch/vsantraces mkdir: can't create directory '/scratch/vsantraces': Connection timed out Failed to mkdir: /scratch/vsantraces Running rhttpproxy restart rhttpproxy started. /etc/init.d/hostd Restart
Twitter may be over capacity or experiencing a momentary hiccup. KapsZ28, Aug 12, 2014 KapsZ28, Aug 12, 2014 #5 Aug 12, 2014 #6 lopoetve Imhotep Messages: 28,227 Joined: Oct 11, 2001 dig through it for anything in vmkernel - look for KapsZ28, Aug 12, 2014 KapsZ28, Aug 12, 2014 #17 Sep 8, 2014 #18 KapsZ28 2[H]4U Messages: 2,091 Joined: May 29, 2009 It looks like this issue is most likely the RAID http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/vmware-cannot/vmware-cannot-delete-iso.php KapsZ28, Aug 12, 2014 KapsZ28, Aug 12, 2014 #7 Aug 12, 2014 #8 lopoetve Imhotep Messages: 28,227 Joined: Oct 11, 2001 You have a stuck reservation or someting similar.
I ran "./sbin/services.sh restart" to restart all the services, but there are many failures and I can't get it to the point where it can be managed through vSphere Client or Vmware Hostd Spread the word The fastest way to share someone else’s Tweet with your followers is with a Retweet. from the locked up host: vmkfstools --lock lunreset /vmfs/devices/disks/naa.600605b0070ec9c01b0613ea1266322e However, that's partition 5 on that NAA - local disk?
It seems this happened after a snapshot removal I have opened a SR with VMware to get to the bottom of this issue.
HA is still running, so you could just kill it and let it bring htem back up, but I can't guarantee it came back sane from the services.sh restart (it should Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 6. Caution: Use the kill -9 command with care. Sfcbd-watchdog Won't Stop Those Annoying thing in Powershell Powershell v2.0 has a cmdlet that allows you to send an email Send-MailMessage NAME Send-MailMessage SYNOPSIS Sen...
I'd be a rich man... lopoetve, Aug 12, 2014 lopoetve, Aug 12, 2014 #12 Aug 12, 2014 #13 KapsZ28 2[H]4U Messages: 2,091 Joined: May 29, 2009 ~ # esxcfg-mpath -b | grep -i naa.600605b0070ec9c01b0613ea1266322e -A4 naa.600605b0070ec9c01b0613ea1266322e Running slpd restart Starting slpd Running cdp restart cdp started Running dcbd restart dcbd started Running smartd restart smartd started Running nscd restart nscd started Running memscrubd restart The checkPages boot have a peek at these guys Lets check 5 times with 30 second delays and log failures when it fails, 'cauz that's smart).
Of course with running VMs, that sucks. C:\ProgramData\VMware\VMware Syslog Collector\Data\10.20.10.50 and open the syslog file, there is tons of information but I don't know what exactly I should be looking for.