albatros99
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Enthusiast

no healthy upstream by VmWare Vsphere 7.0b with the newest vcenter release

Are there a solution for this bug or error?

https://ip-adress:5480 works fine and all services are started

VMware OS Photon (64 bit) has been manuelly set

What is to do?

- New installation

- Redo installation on same places?

- who have a solution that works correctly

It is not a certificate problem.

A new server with Vsphere 7 was installed and a new installation for vcenter.

Thanks for help

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JoergAldinger
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I had the same issue.

  • New installation (with "tiny" defaults)
  • ESXi 6.5
  • vCenter Version: 7.0.0.10600, Build number 16620007
  • Hardware compatibility set to 6.5
  • Photon OS 64 bit manually selected
  • Checked DNS A and PTR records

I then found answer 6 on this thread:Re: vCenter 7 Bug? (No Healthy Upstream)

And after changing the hosts file as indicated (no reboot needed), it started working.

This is how I left my hosts file:

# Begin /etc/hosts (network card version)

# End /etc/hosts (network card version)

# VAMI_EDIT_BEGIN

# Generated by Studio VAMI service. Do not modify manually.

127.0.0.1 vcenter.mydomain.local vcenter localhost

::1 vcenter.mydomain.local vcenter localhost ipv6-localhost ipv6-loopback

# VAMI_EDIT_END

Hope this helps.

Best regards,

Joerg.

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touche112
Contributor
Contributor

Confirmed that adding the two localhost lines worked for me as well.  I had existing lines for my static addresses - I kept those as well.

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moheidb2030
Contributor
Contributor

I faced the same error, you must make new deployment, synchronize your vCenter to reliable NTP server, and use DNS synchronized to the same NTP server. Reliable time synchronization fix the problem. Please check this   vCenter 7 deployment failing and "no healthy upstream" forever error - System Admin Labs

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goran_mk
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Contributor

Worked for me as well! Thanks

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