3 Replies Latest reply on Mar 13, 2013 7:55 AM by kopper27

    VDP won't start

    kopper27 Expert

      hi guys

       

      my VDP latest version is up well looks like up but  when I try to connect from Web vSphere I get this error.

       

      The SSO server could not be found.  Please make sure your SSO configuration on the appliance is correct.

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      My question, I changed the DNS the day before since our DNS chancged from xxxx.local to yyyyy.local.

       

      Second when I get into the VDP configuration page some services are down

       

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      any idea how to fix this?

       

      thanks a lot

        • 1. Re: VDP won't start
          snekkalapudi Expert
          VMware Employees

          VDP after a fresh deployment should have all services up & running (expect maintenance services which will be started automatically after 24 hrs),

          Try starting the required services manually and try connecting.

          • 2. Re: VDP won't start
            kopper27 Expert

            no this thing was working already, I just changed the DNS settings and the thing won't work anymore

            • 3. Re: VDP won't start
              kopper27 Expert

              in fact one interesting thing is

               

              I did change the DNS parameters but every time I check the VDP config page the old DNS settings for vCenter and SSO are the old ones...I think this is causing the issue

               

               

              is the a way to register my VDP to my vCenter or change de DNS settings and reboot services?

               

               

              something else every time I run dpnclt start gsan it aks me to go to rollback point which I already did and same thing services won't start

               

              does it mean there's nothing to do?

               

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              If I reinstall my VDP my backup data will be gone right?

               

              thanks a lot