0 Replies Latest reply on Mar 19, 2020 3:03 AM by cimera

    Shutting down an ESXi results in the server rebooting each time

    cimera Lurker

      Hi,

       

      Just want to be sure the issue I have is not a VMware issue. Putting an ESXi host into maintenance mode and issuing a shutdown either through vsphere or  esxcli results in a reboot of the server

       

      Shutting down the server through the ILO works fine each time and the server stays shutdown

       

       

      I can see the shutdown being called

       

      VPXA.log

       

      2020-03-09T09:20:21.859Z info vpxa[2100966] [Originator@6876 sub=vpxLro opID=k7dd1lfm-15368-auto-buy-h5:70003146-61-31] [VpxLRO] -- BEGIN task-13614 -- host -- vim.HostSystem.shutdown -- 52d81d07-0c01-26de-8aff-56bdc0b36ffe

      2020-03-09T09:20:21.862Z info vpxa[2100966] [Originator@6876 sub=vpxLro opID=k7dd1lfm-15368-auto-buy-h5:70003146-61-31] [VpxLRO] -- FINISH task-13614

       

      ESXi version=6.7.0, build=13644319 Update 2 Patch 55

      vcenter version=6.7.0, build=14070654

       

      I disabled Wake On Lan (WOL) in the bios and this resolved the issue

       

      I guess my question is could vsphere be somehow causing this or are we more looking at some rogue magic packets on then network. Could a vsphere networking misconfig result in this type of behavior