Error Code: LCMVRAVACONFIG590003
Cluster initialization failed on vRA.
vRA va initialize failed on : vrava-primary.demo.com, Please login to the vRA and check /var/log/deploy.log file for more information on failure. If its a vRA HA and to reset the load balancer, set the 'isLBRetry' to 'true' and enter a valid load balancer hostname.
com.vmware.vrealize.lcm.common.exception.EngineException: vRA va initialize failed on : vrava-primary.demo.com, Please login to the vRA and check /var/log/deploy.log file for more information on failure. If its a vRA HA and to reset the load balancer, set the 'isLBRetry' to 'true' and enter a valid load balancer hostname. at com.vmware.vrealize.lcm.plugin.core.vra80.task.VraVaInitializeTask.execute(VraVaInitializeTask.java:120) at com.vmware.vrealize.lcm.plugin.core.vra80.task.VraVaInitializeTask.retry(VraVaInitializeTask.java:198) at com.vmware.vrealize.lcm.automata.core.TaskThread.run(TaskThread.java:43) at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:1149) at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:624) at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:748).
I tried many times and I got the same error.
Check your DNS are good and resolving vra and vidm(identity manager).
I added vidm and its ip in the host file of vra while it installing
fresh install will have more chance to succeed
amosquera1 - this is a known issue and has been documented in the following KBs. Be sure not to enable CEIP during the deployment, it can be enabled afterwards.
Also, there is a the chance that the the vco deployment part may fail due to using an expired root account password. Do the following:
It's probably best to perform the workarounds from both KBs then click Retry on the deployment from within vRSLCM.
Hope this helps!
VMware Article was help me out to get this issue resolved for both vRA embadded vRO as well as ecternal vRO.
Yep, I had exactly same issue, it got fixed using this article KB76870
Do you use IPs in the Subnet 172.16/12 (172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255) in your Network? Check out this entry: vRA 8.1 deployment failure - LCMVRAVACONFIG590003 - Unable to read vRA certificate configuration for...
That fixed my issue.
This is well know issue in the installation. you should first check the log for "/var/log/deploy.log" to identify exactly what is the error if you found that the error
[ Error: Unable to configure database. vco-server-app is waiting to start] and this due to the vco-server-app trying to start but failed due to the builtin password expired .
you can run "kubectl get pods -n prelude" to check this service.
SO the resolution in this link VMware Knowledge Base
Do we have to make the changes according to "https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/76870" on vRA or vRSLCM itslef ?
Hello! Same problem. What are the options for solving the problem at the moment? Version: 188.8.131.52 Build: 18747913
vracli ceip is off , and also there is no launch of vco-app.
All esxi hosts, vcenter and virtual machines have resolving vra and vidm.
Still tell me, esxi hosts and vRA should be in the same domain or is it not important?