gibarra94
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Unable to Restore Resource Pool Setting for Hosts - vSan

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Hi all,

I have an ESXi version 6.0.0 build 4510822 that shows me the following error in red, in the middle of the console:

"Unable to restore Resource Pool Settings for hosts/vim/vmvisor/vsanperfsvc it is possible hardware or memory constraints have changed. please verify settings in the vsphere client"

I don't understand this error given that my company doesn't have the license for DRS, that means that we do not have any resource pool created.

The ESXi is running on a Dell PowerEdge R730xd. Also, we have the last version of vsan, with the most recent firmware and drivers updates.

Has anyone seen this error before?

Any advices?

Thanks

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lucasbernadsky
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Hi guys, I got the same error messages and created a VMware Support case.

I got the following response:

1. Stop the vsanmgmtd service

2. Edit the /etc/vmware/esx.conf /etc/vmware/esx.conf file and delete the following fields:

    

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/mem/units = "mb"

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/mem/shares = "0"

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/mem/maximum = "0"

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/mem/minLimit = "unlimited"

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/mem/minimum = "0"

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/name = "vsanperfsvc"

3. Start the vsanmgmtd service and reboot the host.

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JCMorrissey
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Hi,

Just checking if you ever got this resolved? did you switch on DRS and off again to see if that helped?

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gibarra94
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Hi!, i'm expecting the same problem. I've already opened a case on VMware, but i'm still waiting to the resolution of this.

I have an standard licence, so i don't be able to eneable/disable the DRS feature

I'm sorry the delay of the answer

Regards,

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jigs1012
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Hi,

were you able to resolve your issue? i am having the same error our machine is also R730xd running on vsan.

Appreciate if you can share the steps you have done to resolve.

Thanks

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lmagna
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Hi,

Same problem for me, did you resolve this issue ?

Thnaks

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gibarra94
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This issue is already being analyzed by the engineering team. I'll keep you posted when news arise

Best Regards

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bfrizie
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I have a HP DL380 G8 that has PSOD twice in the past 24 hours ours with the same error. I installed ESXI 6 update 3 yesterday and the error re-appeared today. Any updates on your findings would be much appreciated.

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lucasbernadsky
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Hi guys, I got the same error messages and created a VMware Support case.

I got the following response:

1. Stop the vsanmgmtd service

2. Edit the /etc/vmware/esx.conf /etc/vmware/esx.conf file and delete the following fields:

    

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/mem/units = "mb"

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/mem/shares = "0"

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/mem/maximum = "0"

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/mem/minLimit = "unlimited"

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/mem/minimum = "0"

/resourceGroups/root/child[0000]/child[0000]/child[0019]/name = "vsanperfsvc"

3. Start the vsanmgmtd service and reboot the host.

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gibarra94
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Thank you, it solved my issue!

Regards,

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