We have ESXI . We receive this errors nowadays mostly.
There is no more space for virtual disk .vmdk. You may be able to continue this session by freeing disk space on the relevant partition, and clicking Retry. Otherwise, click Abort to terminate this session.
Deleted all snapshots.
Do u have any idea for this problem?
Thanks for all of your response.
Do you mean the ESXi datastore is running out of disk space OR is it the virtual machine that is running out of disk space? as per your post it looks like the virtual machine (vmdk) is running out of disk space.
If it's the virtual machine that is running out of disk space then you can use VMWare Converter Standalone 4.0, do V2V of the same virtual machine and after defining the destination select the hard disk and increase the space. After the conversion you will have the virtual machine's disk size increased to the new size defined
Datastore is out of disk space. I delete something from datastore for available disk space but disk is full again about 3 or 4 hours later.
And I think default virtual machine name is "virtualmachine.vmdk"
Mine is "virtualmachine-000001.vmdk" is it a problem?
you need to migrate guests off the datastore in question. Also, check to see if any of the guests on that datastore have any active snapshots that you can commit. Before doing that though, you need to free up LUN space.
Power off and migrate other virtual machines to another datastore. If you have multiple snapshots for a virtual machine you may need a lot of free disk space to consolidate the snapshots.
If snapshot deletion does not work (cause there isn't enough space), make a backup of your VM for example with VMware Converter.
Then you can restore it without any snapshot.