ErsteSecIst
Contributor
Contributor

Connection Error

Hello,

i had a problem while start vSphere Client, when i access to vSphere window you can see error box below. i had to restart server. any idea?

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julienvarela
Commander
Commander

Hi,

Can you attach the log file VMware vSphere 5.1

This issue is only on your computer , or it is the same when you are conencting directly on the vcenter and start the vsphere client?

Regards,

Julien.

Regards, J.Varela http://vthink.fr
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zXi_Gamer
Virtuoso
Virtuoso

. i had to restart server. any idea?

It means that the hostd agent agent on your server was not granted enough resources to update its status. This could be the server is under stress and no free cpu cycles are available.

while start vSphere Client, when i access to vSphere window

Check if any other process is hogging the memory by esxtop.

And of course, are you using the vsphere client matching the ESXi server version Smiley Happy

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ErsteSecIst
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Contributor

no it's same, when i connecting directly on the vcenter and start the vsphere client, i pluged a sceen on the server but seen everything is fine.

you can see below, everything is fine when this windows appear but when i click (ect) to "APPLICATIONS" loading says and then connection error appear.

and whinc log file do you want?

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julienvarela
Commander
Commander

I want the log file located here :

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Regards,

Julien.

Regards, J.Varela http://vthink.fr
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zXi_Gamer
Virtuoso
Virtuoso

Alrighty then, now we are able to fixate on that the VC is able to connect properly, but the error happens when any action pertaining to the 248.6 server is triggered.

1. So let us take care of the esxi server side. Can you let us know if the server is under any AD configuration or is running any workloads?

2. From the vpxa.log of the server, check the activity by tail -f /var/log/vpxa.log when you click applications resource pool.

3.  Instead of from VC, try opening the server 248.6 from a vsphere client only and check, if you are able to manage or view any properties like vms, licenses, network.

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julienvarela
Commander
Commander

Disable your firewall on your vcenter if it is enable.

Regards,

Julien

Regards, J.Varela http://vthink.fr
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NarendarKT
Contributor
Contributor

hi

Pls check all thr required service if your vcenter is 5.1.

virtual disk also pls start this service and check .

then you will be able to connect.

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ErsteSecIst
Contributor
Contributor

we don't use the Vcenter

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ErsteSecIst
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Contributor

i check that log file and i saw below message.

Exception already logged, summary: System.Net.WebException:The request failed because the remote server took too long to respond. (The operation has timed out)"

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julienvarela
Commander
Commander

Can you attach the log please because it is a general error message. Maybe you have something else.

Do you have a firewall between your sphere client and  your ESXi?

Regards,

Julien.

Regards, J.Varela http://vthink.fr
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ErsteSecIst
Contributor
Contributor

at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse()

at VirtualInfrastructure.Utils.WebDownload.GetResponse()

2013-07-25 08:48:04.409 possible failure processing clients.xml

System.Net.WebException: The request failed because the remote server took too long to respond. (The operation has timed out)

at VirtualInfrastructure.Utils.WebQuery.LocalizeWebException(WebException exception)

at VirtualInfrastructure.Utils.WebQuery.Request(String url, Nullable`1 timeoutSecs)

at VirtualInfrastructure.Utils.ClientsXml.ParseXml(Int32 timeoutSecs)

at VpxClient.Login.ClientsXmlLoader.TrySinglePort(ClientsXml clientXml, Exception& activeError)

System.Net.WebException: The operation has timed out

Server stack trace:

at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse()

Exception rethrown at :

...

at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse()

at VirtualInfrastructure.Utils.WebDownload.GetResponse()

at VirtualInfrastructure.Utils.WebDownload.get_ResponseStream()

at VirtualInfrastructure.Utils.WebQuery.Request(String url, Nullable`1 timeoutSecs)

--- End of inner exception stack trace ---

2013-07-25 08:48:04.410 Error retrieving clients.xml

Exception already logged, summary: System.Net.WebException:The request failed because the remote server took too long to respond. (The operation has timed out)

2013-07-25 08:52:41.233 System.Net.WebException: The operation has timed out

Server stack trace:

at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse()

Exception rethrown at :

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ShadyMalatawey
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Enthusiast

Hi...

Is this ur issue..?!?!!!

http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=103264...

Hope it helps..

Sincerely, Shady Ali El-Malatawey MCITP: Virtualization Administration 2008 VCP5-DCV/DT --- VCAP5-DCA/DCD @ShadyMalatawey https://virtualpharaohs.com
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