0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 11, 2019 8:58 AM by beezleinc

    Virtual Object Placement Details incorrect

    beezleinc Novice

      When I look at the Virtual Object Placement Details for a vsan cluster I have all of the objects belonging to one VM stashed under the VO folder of another VM even though when I look at the vsanDatastore FS itself, the objects are in their correct 'folders'.


      I am assuming this is a VC instrumentation database mixup and nothing wrong with the vsan itself.


      Is there a way to reset this so it shows the correct folder tree under this display?


      Also, I notice that VC does not always show 'vSAN Default Storage Policy' for some objects even though it shows correctly when I edit the VM properties.