i just noticed, that the CPU load from around 30% jumps to around 70%. And this for the complete time since i installed the update.
Even after a reboot i have the same problem.
I found two hints:
The vAPI Endpoint shows a warning:
Failed to connect to 1da6ff8a-0bfd-4605-b4cc-c18ba520e95b\com.vmware.vcenter.nsxd.vapi vAPI provider.
And when using "top" on the vCenter CLI i have one process with high CPU:
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES %CPU %MEM TIME+ S COMMAND
22892 root 20 0 753.5m 85.6m 98.7 0.5 30:11.56 S /usr/lib/vmware-wcp/wcpsvc --port 8920 --logfile /var/log/vmware/wcp/wcpsvc.log --configfile /etc/vmware/wcp/wcpsvc.yaml --audit-+
When i'm searching google for that service i found "Workload Management" this is for "Kubernetis", this i havn't licensed and i havn't NSX-D installed.
I stopped the serivce "Workload Control Plane" and the CPU load goes down.
Has somebody seen this behavior too?
Looks like a bug to me...
Release notes are available:
After an upgrade to vCenter Server 7.0.0c, you see high CPU usage
After you upgrade your vCenter Server system to vCenter Server 7.0.0c, CPU usage continuously stays high. On a single core, CPU usage might spike up to 100% for hours. The Workload Control Plane service causes the issue, even if you do not have Workload Management enabled in your environment.
This issue is resolved in this release.
The patch is available via the public patch portal. Release notes and VAMi availability will be soon.
First, I update the test vCenter of the lab, then the Lab !!! :smileylaugh:
(Last time too quick to patch and it was annoying to choose between high CPU or "no maintenance mode available"...)