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PSC Service Health Alarm - Vcenter Appliance 6.5

Dear All,

Please help!

My system is running Vcenter Appliance 6.5, and it has a issue as below.

Can you advice to me what would I do to resolve this issue

Many thanks

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Nobody help me?

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I ran into this problem after removing my VMWare ESX servers from vCenter 6.5 and adding them to a new vCenter 6.7 appliance.

Issue was caused by the sfcbd-watchdog on the ESX servers being unable to start as there were stale lock files left behind.  This service is used to monitor hardware health in the ESX server.

Enable SSH on the ESX hosts, log in as root and check if the process is running by typing "/etc/init.d/sfcbd-watchdog status".  If it's stopped, try starting with "/etc/init.d/sfcbd-watchdog start".  If you get a message "giving up on lock...", you have a stale lock file.  Delete the file it mentions, then go and start the service.

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Thanks you for your reply.

I was check service, I have 03 host and all of these "sfcbd is running" before

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Can we see logging?
Platform Services Controller Service Logs Reference

Also have look in the VAMI of the appliance to see if you get more information regarding the issue

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check this...it may help you

Gaining health insights into PSC replication partners

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Thank you for your ref link, but it not work to me

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