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Error while deploying management domain

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While deploying the management domain from Cloud Builder it fails while deploying NSX:

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The log file show the following errors:

2022-09-26T15:17:09.449+0000 [bringup,cc557bbf5b8e2ecc,3e97] ERROR [c.v.v.c.f.p.nsxt.helpers.NsxtUtils,pool-4-thread-2] Error fetching nsxt cluster status
com.vmware.vapi.client.exception.SslException: PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target
at com.vmware.vapi.internal.protocol.client.rpc.http.ApacheClientRestTransport.execute(ApacheClientRestTransport.java:81)


2022-09-26T20:46:38.199+0000 [bringup,f8e701076b05541a,13c6] ERROR [c.v.e.s.o.model.error.ErrorFactory,pool-4-thread-14] [OVH1RN] NSXT_MANAGER_CLUSTER_STATUS_NOT_STABLE NSX-T manager cluster is not stable. Cluster status is false on nsx01.fqdn.com.

 

Despite the prevous message regarding the cluster not being stable, NSX Manager states the opposite.

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Any idea what could be wrong here?

VCF 4.4.1, Cloud Builder 4.4.1.0-19766960

 

Lars

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abeltz232
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Hi There - I believe the issue in this is due to the use of Uppercase hostnames for ESXi hosts as well as for other services like vCenter, NSX, etc

Recreating the bring up spreadsheet with lowercase hostnames should fix this.

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viquarhcimca
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I think one of the nsx manager node is not healthy , did u check the Corfu logs on nsx manager. 

Thanks & Regards,

Mohammed Viquar Ahmed
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abeltz232
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Hi There - I believe the issue in this is due to the use of Uppercase hostnames for ESXi hosts as well as for other services like vCenter, NSX, etc

Recreating the bring up spreadsheet with lowercase hostnames should fix this.

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larstr
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That's indeed correct. Changing hostnames to lowercase makes everything work fine.

Lars

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