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    We have two applications that us an API to communicate between them.  I'd like to create an AppStack for the API.  The API requires folders and such from the other two applications be present, for a successful install. I'd like to have them all in different AppStacks but Is this a good idea or should i just go ahead with the AppStack i already have that has all three of them in it?  Oh, and how do i get the other two layers to be present, for me to create the API stack?  i haven't been able to do that yet.

     

    Thanks!


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    Manager service is not running or cannot contact Model Manager Web. Actions such as machine provisioning cannot complete until the Manager Service contacts Model Manager Web. Start the manager service or ensure that the service can connect to Model Manager Web.

     

    No distributed execution manager (DEM) services are running as Worker or a DEM running as Worker service cannot connect with Model Manager Web. Actions such as machine provisioning cannot complete until a DEM Worker service contacts Model Manager Web. Start a DEM Worker service or ensure that the service can connect to Model Manager Web.

     

    No distributed execution manager (DEM) services are running as Orchestrator or a DEM running as Orchestrator service cannot connect with Model Manager Web. Actions such as machine provisioning cannot complete until a DEM Orchestrator service contacts Model Manager Web. Start a DEM Orchestrator service or ensure that the service can connect to Model Manager Web.


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    So I've been patiently waiting for the "Fully Featured vSphere Client" in the vCenter 6.7u1 release and I finally got a chance to upgrade a lab instance. But it seems to be missing the "vApp Options" tab in the VM configuration dialog. If I switch over to the Flex/Flash client, it exists and works just fine. I verified my VCSA is version 6.7.0.20000, build 10244745 in the VAMI UI. The Functionality Updates for the vSphere Client page claims it should be there as of the 6.7 Update 1 release. What gives?

     

    For reference, this is an example of what I see in the Flash client:

    And this is what I see in the HTML5 client:


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    Hi All,

     

    I seem to be having issues when using uia_plus_profile WV where the start menu will not open.

     

    start menu works when writable volume without profile is attached.

     

    start menu works with normal AppStacks it’s just uia_plus_profile That the start menu doesn’t open.

     

    now we using the following

     

    Windows 10 1709

    Appvolumes 2.14

    UEM 9.4

    Horizon 7.5.1

     

    in my play test environment

    ive used the following with same result

    windows 10 1709/1803

    Appvolumes 2.15

    UEM 9.5

    Horizon 7.5.1

     

    The WV uia_plus_profile works it’s just the stupid start menu will not open.

     

    Thanks in advance


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    Hi

     

    I have a central syslog server configured for all hosts. Now I have a lot of debug messages because of the Rhttpproxy

     

    Details:

    Rhttpproxy: verbose rhttpproxy [8702B70] [Originator @ 6876 sub = Proxy Req 00099] Resolved endpoint: [N7Vmacore4Http16LocalServiceSpecE: 0x0 ******] _serverNamespace = / sdk action = redirect_port = 8307

     

    Does anyone know what that means and what to do so that I do not receive so many messages in the syslog server?

     

    Thx


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    First I acknowledge  that  Fedora Rawhide is not officially supported.   Nevertheless, WS 15 works great on  that OS with kernel 4.21.0-0.rc0.git1.1.fc30.x86_64.  

     

    If  anybody has gotten WS 15  to compile on a distro using Linux kernel 5.orc1 I would be more than happy to try and confirm.

     

    If anybody at VMware is  working on kernel 5.0 I am attaching a zipped archive of vmware-5455.log and  vmware-apploader-5455.log

     

    Here we go again.  Thanks Linus.   BTW Virtualbox 6.0 fails to compile as well but of course that's another  forum.


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    I have an NFS datastore on a QNAP, after a network issue due to power failure the datastore is still mounted but not accessible. The QNAP is working properly, network issue has been resolved but now I do not know how to re-mount it. There are 3 VMs on it, including the vCenter Server swap which is now crashed and shows "Read-error on swap device".

    What can I do? Should I power off the vCenter Server appliance and any vm and try to delete the datastore?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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    Hello all

     

    Hoping someone might be able to help me please.

     

    According to the Documentation Centre here, you can create a report of the Protected VM's using the below script:

     

    1. List all protection groups associated with the SRM server.

     

     

    $srmApi = $srm.ExtensionData

    $protectionGroups = $srmApi.Protection.ListProtectionGroups()

     

     

    2. Generate a report of the protected virtual machines.

     

     

    $protectionGroups | % {

        $protectionGroup = $_

      

        $protectionGroupInfo = $protectionGroup.GetInfo()

      

        # The following command lists the virtual machines associated with a protection group

        $protectedVms = $protectionGroup.ListProtectedVms()

        # The result of the above call is an array of references to the virtual machines at the vSphere API

        # To populate the data from the vSphere connection, call the UpdateViewData method on each virtual machine view object

        $protectedVms | % { $_.Vm.UpdateViewData() }

        # After the data is populated, use it to generate a report

        $protectedVms | %{

            $output = "" | select VmName, PgName

            $output.VmName = $_.Vm.Name

            $output.PgName = $protectionGroupInfo.Name

            $output

        }

    } | Format-Table @{Label="VM Name"; Expression={$_.VmName} }, @{Label="Protection group name"; Expression={$_.PgName} }

     

    The problem I am having is in step 1, specifically this part: $protectionGroups = $srmApi.Protection.ListProtectionGroups()

     

    I'm using PowerCLI version VMware-PowerCLI-6.3.0-3639347, and can successfully connect-viserver and subsequently connect-srmserver works too.

     

    The first variable of $srmApi = $srm.ExtensionData is set successfully, but the second returns the error "You cannot call a method on a null-valued expression".

     

    Here's the exact output from the CLI session:

     

    PowerCLI C:\> $protectionGroups = $srmApi.Protection.ListProtectionGroups()

    You cannot call a method on a null-valued expression.

    At line:1 char:1

    + $protectionGroups = $srmApi.Protection.ListProtectionGroups()

    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

        + CategoryInfo          : InvalidOperation: (:) [], RuntimeException

        + FullyQualifiedErrorId : InvokeMethodOnNull

     

    PowerCLI C:\>

     

     

     

     

    My end goal is to have a script that will create a list of all SRM protected VM's within the estate, but I would also like to have additional information for the VM's - like vCPU count, vRAM, hostname and OS version for example. I just can't even get over the first hurdle.

     

    Thanks all.


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    Hi Everyone,

     

    We are facing issue with two of the servers 2012 R2 64-bit. Every one hour time resets on the virtual machines.

     

    Any help is much appreciated on this.

     

     

    Thanks

    vmk


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    Hi,

     

    We are having a "CIM test" issue about the temperature sensor above critical threshold on ESXi 6.5 GA.
    Please refer to the log below and let us know if you have any suggestion on this, thanks.


    2019-01-08 09:02:24 UTC [Jan  8 2019 09:02:24 : CLIENT    ] [0] ERROR: Exception thrown while invoking ModifyInstance with InputArgs: { ObjectPath:main::javax::cim::CIMObjectPath=HASH(0x2659358), Properties:HASH(0x62310d0), }..
    2019-01-08 09:07:25 UTC [Jan  8 2019 09:07:25 : CLIENT    ] [0] ERROR: Exception thrown while invoking ModifyInstance with InputArgs: { ObjectPath:main::javax::cim::CIMObjectPath=HASH(0x6238470), Properties:HASH(0x61fe1d8), }..
    2019-01-08 09:17:26 UTC [Jan  8 2019 09:17:26 : CLIENT    ] [0] ERROR: Exception thrown while invoking ModifyInstance with InputArgs: { ObjectPath:main::javax::cim::CIMObjectPath=HASH(0x623cad8), Properties:HASH(0x622cb10), }..
    2019-01-08 09:22:26 UTC [Jan  8 2019 09:22:26 : CLIENT    ] [0] ERROR: Exception thrown while invoking ModifyInstance with InputArgs: { ObjectPath:main::javax::cim::CIMObjectPath=HASH(0x62384b8), Properties:HASH(0x5fab778), }..
    2019-01-08 09:27:26 UTC [Jan  8 2019 09:27:26 : TC_CVA_012] [0] ERROR: [02001000]:[Temperature sensor status reading - above critical threshold]:Unable to set Sensor: //192.168.10.11/root/cimv2:OMC_NumericSensor.CreationClassName="OMC_NumericSensor",DeviceID="219.1.32.99",SystemCreationClassName="OMC_UnitaryComputerSystem",SystemName="03000200-0400-0500-0006-000700080009" UpperThresholdCritical to: -100
    2019-01-08 09:27:26 UTC [Jan  8 2019 09:27:26 : TC_CVA_012] [0] ERROR: The following parameter was passed in the call to VTAF::TestLib::CIM::Common::Util::RestoreDefaultThresholds but was not listed in the validation options: Value
    2019-01-08 09:27:26 UTC  at /opt/vmware/VTAF/TestLib/CIM/Common/Util.pm line 904

     

     

     

     

    ESXi 6.5 GA
    VMware Workbench 3.5.7
    VMware-VMvisor-Installer-6.5.0-4564106.x86_64

     

     

     

     

    Have a good day:)

     

    BR

    ChungWang


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  • 01/04/19--01:35: Troubleshooting slow logins.
  • I'm looking into our logons, where users experience logon time beween 60 to 90 seconds, which i meen is too slow logon.

     

    When i have a look at the vmware logon monitor i see that my user often end up with a logon  around 60 seconds:

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] ****************** Session Summary (User: DOAMIN\user, Session: 1) *****************

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] Logon Time: 61.32 seconds

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] Logon Start To Hive Loaded Time: 0.00 seconds

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] Logon Start To Classes Hive Loaded Time: 3.73 seconds

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] Profile Sync Time: 3.19 seconds

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] Windows Folder Redirection Apply Time: 0.00 seconds

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] Shell Load Time: 6.60 seconds

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] Total Logon Script Time: 0.00 seconds

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] User Policy Apply Time: 49 seconds

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] Machine Policy Apply Time: 0 seconds

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] Group Policy Software Install Time: 0.23 seconds

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] Free Disk Space Available To User: 56 GB

    2019-01-04T09:27:38.242 INFO (09f0-1220) [LogonMonitor::LogSummary] ***********************************************************************************

     

    is it possible to point out where the seconds are running from vmlm.txt log or vmlm__CLIENTNAME_USERNAME_date.txt log?

     

    I see this is my vmlm__CLIENTNAME_USERNAME_date.txt log, 15 seconds running away..:

    2019-01-04T10:11:16.995 TRACE (0b3c-130c) [LogonMonitor::ProcessGroupPolicyEvent] Event Id: 4016, ActivityID: {D589478B-B6C6-49AF-887C-DECCFB5C0398}, Account: , Session: 1

    2019-01-04T10:11:31.995 TRACE (0b3c-082c) [LogonMonitor::ProcessGroupPolicyEvent] Event Id: 4016, ActivityID: {D589478B-B6C6-49AF-887C-DECCFB5C0398}, Account: , Session: 1

     

    And from the vmlm.txt log:

    about 6 seconds here:

    2019-01-04T09:26:36.978 DEBUG (09f0-044c) [WinlogonNotifyLogEnd] WinlogonNotify completed OnLogon, pLogonData: 0000000001DEE9A0, Duration (ms): 113

    2019-01-04T09:26:42.341 TRACE (09f0-0b14) [LogonMonitor::ProcessGroupPolicyEvent] Failed to find Session for User PolicyEvent Id: 5326, ActivityID: {2AEE89DF-BACA-42DE-895F-6C618CE405AF}, Account:

     

    10 seconds here:

    2019-01-04T09:26:47.349 TRACE (09f0-0a0c) [MailslotServer::ProcessMessage] Begin event: Product: UEM Agent, Component: FlexEngine, Event: Import, Event Type: EVENT_BEGIN, Process Id: 288, Timestamp: 2019-01-04T09:26:47.349, Session: 1

    2019-01-04T09:26:57.095 TRACE (09f0-0a0c) [MailslotServer::ProcessMessage] End event: Product: UEM Agent, Component: FlexEngine, Event: Import, Event Type: EVENT_END, Process Id: 288, Timestamp: 2019-01-04T09:26:57.095, Session: 1

     

    12 seconds here:

    2019-01-04T09:26:57.095 TRACE (09f0-0a0c) [MailslotServer::ProcessMessage] Begin event: Product: UEM Agent, Component: FlexEngine, Event: Post-import, Event Type: EVENT_BEGIN, Process Id: 288, Timestamp: 2019-01-04T09:26:57.095, Session: 1

    2019-01-04T09:27:09.963 TRACE (09f0-0a0c) [MailslotServer::ProcessMessage] End event: Product: UEM Agent, Component: FlexEngine, Event: Post-import, Event Type: EVENT_END, Process Id: 288, Timestamp: 2019-01-04T09:27:09.963, Session: 1

     

    15 seconds:

    2019-01-04T09:27:15.771 TRACE (09f0-0a0c) [MailslotServer::ProcessMessage] End event: Product: UEM Agent, Component: FlexEngine, Event: Async, Event Type: EVENT_END, Process Id: 4792, Timestamp: 2019-01-04T09:27:15.771, Session: 1

    2019-01-04T09:27:30.529 TRACE (09f0-0a0c) [MailslotServer::ProcessMessage] End event: Product: AppVolumes, Component: svservice, Event: Login, Event Type: EVENT_END, Process Id: 932, Timestamp: 2019-01-04T09:27:30.529, Session: 0


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    Hi Anyone face this issue when upgrade the VM 6.5 to 6.7

     

    2018-05-09T13:16:10.580Z - error: VAMI is NOT accessilbe[1]: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/, err: Request timed out after 30000 ms, url: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/

    2018-05-09T13:16:40.584Z - error: Request timed out after 30000 ms, url: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/

    2018-05-09T13:16:40.584Z - error: VAMI is NOT accessilbe[2]: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/, err: Request timed out after 30000 ms, url: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/

    2018-05-09T13:16:55.958Z - error: Could not get response for get request from url https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/: Error: connect ETIMEDOUT 10.0.9.67:5480

    2018-05-09T13:17:10.587Z - error: Request timed out after 30000 ms, url: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/

    2018-05-09T13:17:10.587Z - error: VAMI is NOT accessilbe[3]: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/, err: Request timed out after 30000 ms, url: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/

    2018-05-09T13:17:26.028Z - error: Could not get response for get request from url https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/: Error: connect ETIMEDOUT 10.0.9.67:5480

    2018-05-09T13:17:40.587Z - error: Request timed out after 30000 ms, url: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/

    2018-05-09T13:17:40.587Z - error: VAMI is NOT accessilbe[4]: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/, err: Request timed out after 30000 ms, url: https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/

    2018-05-09T13:17:56.430Z - error: Could not get response for get request from url https://vcenter-67.nono.io:5480/: Error: connect ETIMEDOUT 10.0.9.67:5480

     

    thanks,


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    Hello there.

    As far as I know, PNID is still (for 6.7u1 too) the thing, that could not be changed, as well as the FQDN (well, if FQDN was used during deployment of vCenter, then PNID = FQDN). But then what I can change in configuration -> runtime settings?

    I guess "vCenter Server unique ID" is some ID that identifies vCenter within SSO-domain. Okay.

    vCenter Server managed address??? Documentation says:

    In vCenter Server managed address, enter the vCenter Server system address.

    The address can be IPv4, IPv6, a fully qualified domain name, an IP address, or another address format.

    What the hell? If I want to change the IP, then I would do it via appliance settings (5480). If I want to change "a fully qualified domain name", then... I can't do it.

     

    vCenter Server name??? Documentation says:

    In vCenter Server name, enter the name of the vCenter Server system.

    If you change the DNS name of the vCenter Server, you can use this text box to modify the vCenter Server name to match.

    Again, what the hell?

     

    What are these settings about?


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  • 01/10/19--07:53: application-prod.properties
  • Author : Andy Dugas

    URL : http:////docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-Cloud-Foundation/3.0.1/com.vmware.vcf.admin.doc_301/GUID-BB15EADE-DCD3-4D51-824E-124C9B364D20.html

    Topic Name : Use a Proxy Server to Download Upgrade Bundles

    Publication Name : VMware Cloud Foundation Operations and Administration Guide

    Product/Version : VMware Cloud Foundation/3.0.1

    Question :

    The file location appears to be incorrect. The correct location is /opt/VMware.vcf/lcm/lcm-app/conf.


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    Hi,

     

    When trying to install ESXi 6.7u1 on SuperMicro SYS-5019A-FTN4 I get following error as soon as installer UI comes up (graphical progress bar appears with black/yellow background). Don't have same problem with ESXi 6.7. Any ideas?

    iKVM_capture.jpg


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  • 01/10/19--07:27: ESXI Upgrade from 5.5
  • Hi all,

    I just need a little help.

    I have:

    - 5 ESXI hosts version 5.1.0 (3872664)

    - 1 Vcenter Server Appliance 5.5.0 (2442329)

     

    I need to upgrade all to latest 5.5 release (U3 I suppose).

    Should I upgrade ESXI first, before Vcenter upgrade?

    Which procedure do you recommend for ESXI upgrade? Should I proceed with upgrade by disc?


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    I'm testing vSphere 6.7 FT but I don't find the  .ftgeneration file for the protected VMs.

    Wher I can find it ?


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    Hi all,

     

    My Vsphere isn't showing any of my VM's files however the VM's are available and online?

     

    Not sure whats happened here - Please see screenshot.

     

    VMWare error 1.PNG

     

    VMware error 2.PNG


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    Hello,

     

    im having an error when powering on a VM:

    Transport (VMDB) error -45: Failed to connect to peer process

     

    On VMWARE ESXI 6.5.0 (Build 4887370)

     

    Anyone knows how to fix this?

     

    Thanks

    Luis


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    Hi Team,
    We have been successfully running the vcenter backup with the shell script VMware vSphere 6.5 Documentation Library Backup Shell Script with few enhancements such as NFS storage end point, logging, email capabilities. As you can see it is a bunch of HTTP GET/POST requests that make up the script. Also, from VAMI(Vcenter Appliance Management Interface Web console) we can manually take backup, which I suspect uses the same API calls (please clarify once.)

     

    I was playing around with the APIs in Postman. My doubts are around the payload that is being sent the job creation API endpoint.

    API Endpoint - https://<vcenter address or psc address>/rest/appliance/recovery/backup/job

    Http Method - POST

    Request Body -

    {

        "piece": {

            "location_type": "<Backup Protocol>",

            "comment": "Automatic backup",

            "parts": ["seat"],

            "location": "<backup storage location Backup Protocol URI>",

            "location_user": "Backup Protocol User",

            "location_password": "Backup Protocol User Password"

        }

    }

     

    Question:

    1. How/Where can I use the "comment" part asked in the body?

    2. What is "parts" ? and how/when to use it in real life? (In case of PSC backup it should be a blank list. i.e. "parts":[])

         A little bit about parts -

         There is an API endpoint which gives the available parts for backup

         API Endpoint - https://<vcenter address or psc address>/rest/appliance/recovery/backup/parts

         Http Method - GET

         Response body -

         a. For PSC

    {

        "value": [

            {

                "selected_by_default": true,

                "name": {

                    "args": [],

                    "default_message": "common",

                    "id": "com.vmware.applmgmt.backup.common_part_name"

                },

                "description": {

                    "args": [],

                    "default_message": "Inventory and configuration.",

                    "id": "com.vmware.applmgmt.backup.common_part_description"

                },

                "optional": false,

                "id": "common"

            }

        ]

    }

        b. For VCenter

    {

        "value": [

            {

                "selected_by_default": true,

                "name": {

                    "args": [],

                    "default_message": "common",

                    "id": "com.vmware.applmgmt.backup.common_part_name"

                },

                "description": {

                    "args": [],

                    "default_message": "Inventory and configuration.",

                    "id": "com.vmware.applmgmt.backup.common_part_description"

                },

                "optional": false,

                "id": "common"

            },

            {

                "selected_by_default": true,

                "name": {

                    "args": [],

                    "default_message": "Stats, Events, Alarms, and Tasks",

                    "id": "com.vmware.applmgmt.backup.seat_part_name"

                },

                "description": {

                    "args": [],

                    "default_message": "Historical data (Statistics, Events and Tasks) in vCenter Server database.",

                    "id": "com.vmware.applmgmt.backup.seat_part_description"

                },

                "optional": true,

                "id": "seat"

            }

        ]

    }

    3. As it is shown in the above response body,

        a. Part ids available for vcenter (2 No.) - seat, common

         b. Part ids available for PSC (1 No.) - common

     

         Currently the VCenter backup is done using "part":["seat"]

         but as shown in the above response body what happens to the parts in "id":"common" ?

       

         When I restored the backup, the vcenter looked just fine.

         So I am assuming the "part":["seat"] == "part":["seat", "common"]

     

         is that correct?

     

    Thank you.


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