The line numbers don't seem to match up to the errors that you're seeing. You should have part of the report generated, curious on what part of the report it stopped at and also have you tried to run it against an individual ESXi host? Also are you using an administrator account when running the report?
BTW - The thread you linked below has nothing to do with the error you're seeing, also for the future, please start a new thread so we can keep different issues seperated. Thanks
Thanks for getting back to me so fast.
1) the report is empty (has title headers etc, just no results.
2) yes i'm a vCenter administrator at the top vCenter level. (note i'm NOT a local server administrator on the vCenter)
3) I just ran it directly on a ESXi 5.0 host, ( see screen shot) got a simular error.
4) I ran it again on the vCenter (see screen shot) got a simular error.
Sorry but I had to remove user names, hostnames etc due to security compliance.
The errors are looking a little bit better, at least they match lines within the latest version of the script.
Still not sure why you're hitting the storageSystem error, as that property should be defined. What's the exact version of ESXi, did you apply any patches to the host?
Regarding the vCenter error message, do you have a N1KV in the environment? I think I might know why that might be throwing an error which we could try to add some ad-hoc code to get around that.
No worries on the username, I don't need to see or know that. Just need to know the output error message and the check type (e.g. profile1, 2, 3)
Sorry yes there is information I should of provided you.
I'm using Profile 3
Yes we have N1KV (Nexus 1010) on all datacenters/clusters, and EMC powerpath/VE (5.7) using multi EMC vMax's.
ESXi 5 build is 515841, screen shot of patches VUM deployed)
There approx 56 ESXi servers (32 cores, 512Gb mem, 6 x 10Gbe CNA's)
so far 756 active VM's,
There are 5 datacenters - 7 Clusters, 8 hosts in each cluster. (due to security clasifications)