I had yesterday upgrade my vCenter 5.1 to vCenter 5.5 U2.
I use SImple Install and no error displaying.
I cannot login with vSphere Client:
I can login with Web Client, but Inventory is empty and i have this error:
impossible de créer l'objet géré pour - urn:vmomi:TaskManager:TaskManager:FDA956DA-E433-4AD1-9DFC-94E68A16F653.
Impossible de se connecter à un ou plusieurs systèmes vCenter Server :
IN attachment, ds.log (inventory service) and vpxd.log
I have search on the web, found equal issue but nothing can correct my problem.
I have also open support request but no reply for moment...
Any idea ?
Hello, from the error message itself it seems to be something wrong with the domain authentication - see the below lines:
2014-11-12T16:14:49.537+01:00 [09928 error '[SSO][SsoAdminFacadeImpl]'] [RefreshSsoToken] AcquireToken exception: Authentication failed: Invalid credentials
2014-11-12T16:14:49.597+01:00 [09928 error '[SSO]'] [UserDirectorySso] GetUserInfo exception: class Vmacore::Authorize::AuthUserUnresolvedException(User VSPHERE.LOCAL\Administrator, cause: class Vpx::Common::Sso::DomainUnresolvedException(RemoteGetDomainNames RuntimeServiceFault exception: sso.fault.RuntimeServiceFault))
2014-11-12T16:14:49.615+01:00 [09928 error 'authvpxdAuthorize'] Failed to set admin permission on SSO admin as user validation error
Seems like the Inventory Service has lost the credentials/domain trust - it can not reslove the domain. Are your DNS servers set up on your server where the Inventory Services reside? Were there any changes on your DNS IPs? Please double-check and try
on the server once you have double-checked the DNS servers can communciate properly.
Got into same KB says to reinstall VC as a work around
did you resolve without reinstall
Ran into this same problem going from VC 5.1 Update 1 to VC 5.5 Update 2e. We have a multi-site environment with SRM and dvSwitches. The vCenter at the recovery site was the only one impacted. We were able to uninstall/reinstall without impacting the dvSwitches and were able to then successfully upgrade the remaining components.