The VMware VMmark team previously identified an issue with Weathervane in VMmark 3.1 and addressed the issue by releasing a patch in the initial offering of VMmark 3.1.1 on March 5, 2020. This fix has been incorporated into a new downloadable VMmark OVA (vmmark3.1.1-template-031420.ova) which, as of April 7, 2020, can be found on the VMmark download page.
There are a number of ways to make sure you're running VMmark 3.1.1:
VMmark environments that have been updated to version 3.1.1 using the March 5, 2020 patch don't need any changes; a patched VMmark environment fully implements version 3.1.1.
VMmark environments running unpatched version 3.1 must be updated to 3.1.1, as described in the VMmark 3.1.1 Release Notes, available on the VMmark download page.
VMmark environments running version 3.0 or earlier need a complete installation of VMmark 3.1.1, accomplished by following the instructions in the VMmark User's Guide and using the VMmark 3.1.1 OVA file (vmmark3.1.1-template-031420.ova) available on the VMmark download page.