You've disabled only Link-mode but PSC controllers are still in the same SSO domain and can replicate.
VMware License Service is located on PSC:
You can check if your PSC are replicated and check if they have any replication partner:
only single server is showing in system configuration, earlier all server was showing.
Can you provide screenshot of replication partners.
And second screenshot:
I tried to run the below command to check replicatin partner but no success.
vdcrepadmin -f showservers -h PSC_FQDN -u administrator -w Administrator_Password
This was First vcenter which i configured to enable the link mode.
this is second replication partner
this is the third replication partner, in third VC+PSC servers showing second and third vcenter server in system configuration.
In license tab 1st vcenter is showing all three vcenter servers
both replication partner is showing only 2 vCenter servers(replication partners)
How did you break the linked mode??
Any other way apart from domain-repoint is not supported and would leave lot of stale entries to manually cleanup.
i use the below link for same.
I tried to de-join and rejoin the domain but no effect. still stale entries are there.
what is the way to cleanup stale entries.
My, All three vCenter server are in single domain.
Try to restart licensing service on both VC
i have tried to all such kind of things, restart the services, restart the node. but on same page.
Please help, its urgent. Still waiting for experts advice
To cleanup stale entries you will have to connect to each vmdird DB via LDAP browser, for example jxplorer, identify and remove stale entries.
Make sure you take snapshots/bakcup before you remove anything.
If you haven't done this before and it's urgent recommend you to file a SR with GSS.
can you help me, which file i have to look into db, to delete these stale entries.
This is a complex process as this requires modifying vmdird database. Please contact VMware support.