geob
Enthusiast
Enthusiast

vSAN Health Alarms in vShere 6.7u1

I recently upgraded some systems in my lab to vSphere 6.7u1b.   Now I see the vSAN warnings below.

CLUSTER1: vSAN health alarm 'All hosts have a vSAN vmknic configured'

CLUSTER1: vSAN health alarm 'vSAN Build Recommendation Engine Health' configuration issues

CLUSTER1: vSAN health alarm 'Performance service status'

I am not using vSAN, so how would I get rid of these warnings permanently?

Thanks,

0 Kudos
2 Replies
sk84
Expert
Expert

I am not using vSAN, so how would I get rid of these warnings permanently?

If you are not using vSAN I think that's a bug. You can disable all related vSAN alerts on vCenter level. But if you want to use vSAN some day, you should enable these alerts again.

To find the vSAN alerts, you can select your vCenter, go to "Monitor" -> "Issues" -> "Definition" and filter for the term "vsan". If you edit these alerts, you can disable them by unchecking the box for "Activate Alarm".

--- Regards, Sebastian VCP6.5-DCV // VCP7-CMA // vSAN 2017 Specialist Please mark this answer as 'helpful' or 'correct' if you think your question has been answered correctly.
0 Kudos
ashishsingh1508
Enthusiast
Enthusiast

If you are not using vSAN why its enabled on vmkernel?

Check that and resolve

vSAN health alarm '

All hosts have a vSAN vmknic configured'
Ashish Singh VCP-6.5, VCP-NV 6, VCIX-6,VCIX-6.5, vCAP-DCV, vCAP-DCD
0 Kudos