Hi, need your assistance . Currently I cannot log into either the VSphere Web interface or the Client using root or SSO credentials to access the VCenter Server, or the individual hosts.
I do have root access to the VCSA via IP address on port 5480 and also via SSH.
Noticed that some of the services had not started after a reboot of the VCSA.
Had a warning about low disk space, SSH'd into the VCSA and found the following:
vcsa1:~ # df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda3 11G 11G 0 100% /
Need to know how I can either grow that volume via CLI or force restart the services that will not start up.
List of services that will not start:
vmware-eam (VMware ESX Agent Manager)
vmware-invsvc (VMware Inventory Service)
vmware-mbcs (VMware Message Bus Configuration Service)
vmware-netdumper (VMware vSphere ESXi Dump Collector)
vmware-rbd-watchdog (VMware vSphere Auto Deploy Waiter)
vmware-vpostgres (VMware Postgres)
vmware-vpx-workflow (VMware vCenter Workflow Manager)
vmware-vpxd (VMware vCenter Server)
vmware-vsan-health (VMware VSAN Health Service)
vmware-vsm (VMware vService Manager)
vmware-vws (VMware System and Hardware Health Manager)