iJohnny
Contributor
Contributor

VMware, linked clone crash

Jump to solution

Hi. I write this for make a question about linked clones.

Some hours ago i created a new golden image with windows 10 for a new pool.

I installed all the programs & configurations that we will use. Then i installed Horizon agent v7.4, and finally, i installed VMware Optimization OS.

Next i went to horizon to create my new pool & it created succesfully, without errors, the sysprep ran perfectly.

Finally i proceeded to make some tests to the pool.

I logged with a entitle user & for some minutes the VM works normally, then the machine gets freezed & vSphere sends the warning "vSphere HA restarted this virtual machine" & the machine proceed to restart.

pastedImage_0.png

At the same time Connection Server shows "inaccessible agent".

pastedImage_1.png

This ocurr in all the VM of the pool repeatedly.

Anyone has idea what's going on?

Thanks.

1 Solution

Accepted Solutions
iJohnny
Contributor
Contributor

Hi everyone, i found the solution for this case.

The problem was that the Windows 10 version 1909 (October 19) is unstable to create pools.

For solve the problem, i returned to the 1803 version.

View solution in original post

6 Replies
TomaszGan
Contributor
Contributor

Try reinstall VMware Tools and Horizon Agent after optimization.

0 Kudos
HussamRabaya
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

what is the vsphere version ?

0 Kudos
iJohnny
Contributor
Contributor

Hi, thanks for the reply. The pool continues to crash even I have reinstalled VMware Tools and VMware Horizon.

Any other idea?

0 Kudos
iJohnny
Contributor
Contributor

Hi Hussam, our vSphere version is 6.5

0 Kudos
HussamRabaya
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

it seem it an issue from VM Monitoring settings 

disable the "VM Monitoring" option in VMware cluster.

iJohnny
Contributor
Contributor

Hi everyone, i found the solution for this case.

The problem was that the Windows 10 version 1909 (October 19) is unstable to create pools.

For solve the problem, i returned to the 1803 version.