Incapsula incident ID: 277000460008827722-51906298992984810 Request unsuccessful. Duncan Epping says 19 September, 2008 at 09:35 Your best bet would be the following: go to the console to see if the file /etc/opt/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.cfg is still there, remove it if If you execute the following SQL query on a specific host, you'll notice the Service Console IP Address is set to an older addresss: select DNS_NAME, IP_ADDRESS from VPX_HOST where DNS_NAME We finally took a look at /etc/opt/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.cfg and greped out hostIp which contains the Service Console IP Address and long and behold, it was set to the old Service Console IP check my blog
Re: Attempting to Clone VM results in "Failed to connect to host" lamw Aug 17, 2009 4:12 PM (in response to radman) I've recently seen this exact issue as well, the First put the esx in maint. Vraag me af of het iets met SQL 2005 te maken heeft…. Upgrade Non-Profit Network Updating a very antiquated network at local church to more modern environment.
After a couple of nights sleep I found it: /etc/opt/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.cfg contained the old ip-address in the field "hostIp". It either does not exist, the server software is not responding, or there is a network problem." Any idea to help me ? The /etc/opt/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.cfg need not be edited on the host. Deploy VM from template 6.
Join Now I have a number of VM machines running on ESXI with two hosts. I have defnitelty been able to clone the vCenter machine when connected through it before. it WILL revert back. Deploy Template Cannot Connect To Host It took over 10 minutes before the error "failed to connect to host" appeared.
TECHNOLOGY IN THIS DISCUSSION VMware ESXi VMware vCenter Server Join the Community! Vcenter Cannot Contact The Specified Host We’ve all done it a million times. Restart the management agents: ESXi: On the host, click the Customize System
Add the host again to Virtual Center. 3. Failed To Clone State For The Entity On Extension Vservice Manager You could argue that you should remove the host from vCenter, but if you put it in Maintenance mode, nothing is vMotioning to it and plus you won't lose any performance/statistical That is right below this option.) ESX: In the console type; service vmware-vpxa stop and then service vmware-vpxa start 3. Recommended Read!
Note: My error was "Failed to connect to Host", occured when I tried to clone a VM. I will try and find out what the root password is and conncect directly to the EXSI host instead and try that 0 Pimiento OP Kevin1997 Oct 3, 2012 Relocate Virtual Machine Cannot Connect To Host We did not want to lose performance data from our vCenter, so we tried various things to see if we could resolve the issue without having to remove the host from Cannot Connect To Host Vmware When I connected via IP address, I was doing this in my troubleshooting, the host would quickly change from the host IP to the IP address of my primary site's gateway.
says 1 April, 2008 at 11:52 Al's solution worked for me. click site Stopped the the virtual center service, updated the DB and started it back up. What happened however, was that I received a “Error: Failed to Connect to Host” message. So I checked if I was able to clone via vmkfstools from the service console, this also worked. Cannot Synchronize Host Authenticity Of The Host's Ssl Certificate Is Not Verified
Duncan says 27 October, 2008 at 21:46 Are the templates gone? What I did was the following: - assured the DNS stuff was setup correctly - removed the host fom the vc server - removed the vpxa.cfg on the host (acctually renamed If it shows the old IP, then you've found the cause. http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-connect/vmware-cannot-connect-to-host-during-clone.php Simple enough, no?
The task at hand was to cold migrate one of a Virtual Machine’s disks from it’s old LUN, to a new one with some more breathing room. Disconnected From Host. Reason Cannot Verify The Ssl Thumbprint Share This Page Legend Correct Answers - 10 points Request unsuccessful. It's for "just in case".) 5.
v4nilla says 29 April, 2008 at 20:25 Al, Thanks for the great tip. Rolf says 25 January, 2008 at 02:02 Echt niet normaal, het moest wel zoiets zijn… maar ja ga maar eens zoeken in welke bestand het oude IP adres is blijven hangen. I can confirm that removing teh HOSTS from the cluster and re-adding them updated the /etc/opt/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.cfg file with the correct IP address. Vmware Host Disconnected From Vcenter If you Remove, you lose all VM history, permissions, etc.
Bad: [[email protected] ~]# /vmfs/volumes/dlgCore-NFS/verifyVpxaAndHostConf.sh ERROR: "speedman.primp-industries.com" Service Console IP is NOT consistent with vCenter ESX Service Console IP: 172.30.0.100 vCenter ESX Service Console IP stored: 172.30.0.200 If you find Just want to know on which shelf in my brain I need to store this info on 😉 /Rubeck Duncan Epping says 19 September, 2008 at 12:22 esx 3.5 and vc Duncan Epping says 29 October, 2008 at 12:23 vmware-vpxa = vmware virtualcenter agent… you should be able to restart is without any affect on the vm guests. More about the author simply editing the file will only temporarily change it.
Done this to resolve the cloning issue: - Disconnect + Removed the Host from the cluster - moved the vpxa.cfg - Connect + Added the thost to the DRS/HA Cluster again Thanks to post number 5 for the sample, my mssql needed something like UPDATE [VIM_VCDB].[dbo].[VPX_HOST] SET IP_ADDRESS =" WHERE DNS_NAME = N" Considering I only have 3 hosts I just opened eSPee says 20 May, 2008 at 16:58 v4nilla's steps resolved my issue.. I put the oldconfiguration file, but have still the same issue, can add my esx to the cluster.
mode. (optional) Disconnect the esx from the cluster (vms will show disconnected but will still be running) remove the esx from the cluster (the vms will remain running) ( this removes Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » Toggle navigation Skip to content #vBrownBag About #vBrownBag #vBrownBag Team #vBrownBag Sign Up and Past Recordings Supporting #vBrownBag #vBrownBag Presenter Guidelines #vBrownBag To leave the hidden console: 1. Cheers! 😉 BigRollTide says 4 March, 2008 at 15:55 I ave found this to work too: Stop the VMware VirtualCenter Server service Edit the /etc/opt/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.cfg Run this script on the database:
Any help is appreciated. Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? Log into the console on the host and kill/backup the current vpxa.cfg file. # mv /etc/opt/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.cfg /etc/opt/vmware/vpxa/vpxa.zoldcfg (The above command backups the old file to a new one called vpxa.zoldcfg. Works like a charm.
I don't think this is such an unheard of operation and can be done within a cluster so long as you take proper steps such as putting the host into Maintenance Incapsula incident ID: 277000460008827722-41696427290985193 Yellow-Bricksby Duncan EppingHome ESXTOP HA Deepdive My Bookstore Publications Stickers/Shirts About Sponsorship Copyright ©2016Clone and roll out template fail with "failed to connect to host" 24 When you restart this service would it affect the vm clients running on the ESX server? Start vmware-vpxaHTH.
each time I try to "remove" the host from the list that is not in the cluster it shuts down my virtual center service, when I try and reconnect the one Any help would be greatly appreciated….