freebits
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license issue of vsphere with kubernetes

Has VMware changed the license requirement of vsphere with kubernetes deployment?

When I deployed the vsphere with k8s environment, I saw the supervisorcontrolplanevm created sucessfully, but the system is pending.

When I rebooted the vCenter server,  'This vCenter does not have the license to support Workload Management' was appeared.

I used the evaluation lic with ESXi, vCenter Server and NSX-T.  I had deployed with evaluation lic sucessfully 3 month ago.

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a_p_
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I had deployed with evaluation lic sucessfully 3 month ago

Just to rule this out. Evaluation usually lasts for 60 days, so - unless already done - please verify that it has not already expired.

André

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freebits
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Thanks for your reply.

I rebuilt the environment and used the new evaluation lic.

I don't think the problem is tthat the evalution license is out of date.

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a_p_
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'This vCenter does not have the license to support Workload Management'

Did you apply licenses to the ESXi hosts, which do not support Workload Management? Please try setting the vSphere licenses back to Evaluation to see whether this solves the issue.


André

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