My vCenter Server Appliance is showing two log bundles which were not created manually.
I was checking logs when I found that "/storage/log" partition is fully utilized- 100%
I found that there are 2 log bundles created that are filling up the space. I know that these 2 bundles were not created manually but I cannot find who/what created them.
This lab is running VxRail cluster running v4.7.410 so I checked on VxRail logs around the time and found no requests to create log bundle from VxRail plugin.
I checked from VPXD logs for one of the log bundles. The operationID for that request doesn't show from where it was requested from. I initially thought that Diagnostic Manager was calling for the log bundles to be generated. So I went to review the settings for DiagManager from vCenter MOB but my vCenter plugins and extensions from vSphere UI don’t show any unusual registered plugins.
When I checked on vCenter MOB and no Diagnostic Manager extension registered. From vRealize log insight found no configuration for automatic vCenter server log bundle collection. So I have no idea where these logs have come from.
Is there any settings on the environment causing automatic generation of log bundles?
Hi @rebelfalls ,
Are you using VMware Skyline for this environment ? I believe VMware Skyline has an option to generate logs