2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 18, 2019 6:00 PM by jepoytengco

    vcenter inaccessible

    jepoytengco Novice

      Hi,

       

      Suddenly my vcenter was inaccessible, though IP is still pingable and I can see the login screen since it's a vm to a host and I can open a console to look at it.

       

      So far I've reboot the vm and host but same thing. Not sure where to go next?

       

      Some added info:

       

      I'm using VCSA 6.7

      Both hosts connected to vcenter and it was working before but yesterday when I turned on 2 hosts and the vcenter vm, it's unable to access the web gui of the vcenter

       

      Thanks

      Jeff

        • 1. Re: vcenter inaccessible
          MikeStoica Hot Shot
          vExpert

          Are you able to ssh to vCSA?If yes, run service-control –status

          • 2. Re: vcenter inaccessible
            jepoytengco Novice

            Here's the output to that command

             

            Running:

            applmgmt lwsmd pschealth vmafdd vmcad vmdird vmdnsd vmonapi vmware-analytics vmware-cis-license vmware-cm vmware-content-library vmware-eam vmware-perfcharts vmware-pod vmware-postgres-archiver vmware-rhttpproxy vmware-sca vmware-sps vmware-statsmonitor vmware-sts-idmd vmware-stsd vmware-updatemgr vmware-vapi-endpoint vmware-vmon vmware-vpostgres vmware-vpxd vmware-vpxd-svcs vmware-vsan-health vmware-vsm vsphere-client vsphere-ui

            Stopped:

            vmcam vmware-imagebuilder vmware-mbcs vmware-netdumper vmware-rbd-watchdog vmware-vcha vsan-dps

            Command>

             

            I guess it got fixed but not sure what fixed it. Issue was happening esterday, turned off hosts and vm's and left the office. Just checked today and every thing seems to be back running.

             

            Thanks

            Jeff