5 Replies Latest reply on Apr 19, 2018 10:15 PM by ymichalak
      • 1. Re: [vRA 7.3.1] - Upgrade 7.4 failed
        daphnissov Champion
        vExpertCommunity Warriors

        I'd open an SR with VMware for this one.

        • 3. Re: [vRA 7.3.1] - Upgrade 7.4 failed
          ymichalak Enthusiast

          Ok you have find a Workaround

           

          In a vRA management console > Services :

           

          The vco service IS BLANK and shell-ui-app,advanced-designer-service & o11n-gateway-service were showing as UNAVAILABLE.

             

           

          Workaround :

           

           

          after upgrade connect to SSH on vRA appliance then browse to :

           

           

              /ETC/VCO/APP-SERVER

           

             

          Duplicate the file "sso.properties"   

           

          edit file "sso.properties" and check if you have parameters about the correct TENANT :

           

          com.vmware.o11n.sso.default.tenant = YOUR_TENANT_NAME

          com.vmware.o11n.sso.admin.group.name = YOUR_ADMIN_GROUP

          com.vmware.o11n.sso.admin.group.domain = YOUR_ACTIVE_DIRECTORY_DOMAIN

           

          Execute this command on vRA appliance   

           

          service vco-server restart

           

          Go back to vRA management console and check if now all services are "REGISTRED"

           

              

          Execute this command on vRA appliance   

           

          /etc/init.d/vco-configurator start

           

          Go to vRO Control Center : Connect with ROOT password.

              

           

          Click on "Authentication Provider"

           

           

           

          If you see "Default tenant : vsphere.local" click CHANGE and assign the same parameters of "SSO.PROPERTIES" file.

           

           

          After

           

           

           

          Go back to SSH console and execute this command on vRA appliance   

           

          service vco-server restart

           

          Go back to vRO Control Center and click on "Validate Configuration"

             

          U win !

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          • 4. Re: [vRA 7.3.1] - Upgrade 7.4 failed
            gradinka Master
            VMware Employees

            good!

             

            make sure to complete the IaaS upgrade after services on the VA start!

            • 5. Re: [vRA 7.3.1] - Upgrade 7.4 failed
              ymichalak Enthusiast

              True @

               

              when all services VA has been started, the automatic update has continued without error on IaaS server :

               

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