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JosePerez99
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Problems rebooting host

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Hello everyone, can someone help me with this problem?

To put them in context, this problem occurred after the client did a reboot to the Host and when I try to log in from the browser, this error appears.

 

503 Service Unavailable (Failed to connect to endpoint: [N7Vmacore4Http16LocalServiceSpecE:0x000000116e156180] _serverNamespace = / action = Allow _port = 8309)

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Sam0054
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Enthusiast

@JosePerez99 

Give it sometime and recheck again. The node should be up once the booting process is completed.

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JosePerez99
Contributor
Contributor

No, the problem still persists.

the node does not start up and has been left with this error, the problem is that the vcenter is inside that host, is there any way to remove the vcenter from that host and move it to another host?

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Sam0054
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Enthusiast

If the host is added to vCenter then, launch vSphere Web Client and migrate vcsa appliance server to another working host

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maksym007
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Expert

Have you tried to put a host in Maintenance Mode and after that initiate reboot? 

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Lalegre
Virtuoso
Virtuoso

@JosePerez99,

It could be that some of the services did not start properly on the ESXi or a failure on one of them is happening. If your VMs are properly running on that ESXi and pingable then not much to worry as this is only management error. If you connect to the ESXi over SSH and run:

services.sh restart

Give it a few seconds to finish and let's see if it comes up.

If it fails, run the next commands:

1. /etc/init.d/esxui status
2. tail -n 500 /var/log/vpxa.log
3. tail -n 500 /var/log/hostd.log
4. df -h
5. vdf -h

 Copy all these outputs in a text file so we see if there are some errors.

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Errock07
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Enthusiast

ur host work for a long time? try this: renew ur host certificate by my EXP most 503 error caused by service , and service can not start caused by certificate. And I suggest uprade 7.0 caused of VMware 6.5/6.7 retired last year . about how to check ur certificate https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/2015600?lang=en_us ** If you found this reply useful, may i have kudos **
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