First, if no one replied to the old post anymore, why do you think a new post is more helpful?
Second: Maybe you should read the answers in your old post again. There are some answers there which are related to your problem. But you just don't want or can't understand them...
For reference: VSAN Datastore ZERO
What answers ?
That was for the initial time I had zero storage
AS I posted my response on there that the MTU settings allowed the datstore to get the storage
But it continues to reset back to zero.
I was able to create folder on the datastore even when it said it had zero.
Why does it display zero?
Can I write my syslog from a host to that datastore? I was trying but it was at zero not sure if that was the problem or not.
Help is needed here.
They provided no advise or solutions
Another proof that you didn't really read our answers...
One advice was not to change the MTU somewhere if you don't know what you're doing. You did it and your last vmkping command showed 100% packet loss. So there seems to be something wrong with your MTU settings somewhere.
Another advice was that you better not use vSAN 6.5/6.6, but should try ESXi 6.0 because your hardware is too old for the new vSAN versions and simply not supported. This can lead to unpredictable behavior (for example, it might work one moment and not the next).
But I honestly don't feel like dealing with it anymore. Because you just try something on good luck without considering the answers from other people and without doing a complete error analysis.
When I look at the Data stores the VSAN Data store shows ZERO available.
But when I browse the file on the vsan data store
1. I see the files and folders.
2 I can create more folders