Did you try rebooting vCSA??
We can try modifying the entry VirtualCenter.AutoManagedIPV4 in VCDB.
I tried rebooting the VCSA yes. I also tried to change the IP a second time, but same result.
How can we modify the entry VirtualCenter.AutoManagedIPV4 in VCDB? I am also considering calling GSS tomorrow.
Are there any references of old IP in /etc/hosts and /etc/systemd/network/10-eth0.network
You will have to look for entries under vpx_parameter table. Let GSS make these changes for you.
Connect to VCDB:
/opt/vmware/vpostgres/current/bin/psql -d VCDB -U postgres
Execute the below query and look for VirtualCenter.AutoManagedIPV4:
select * from vpx_parameter;
Did you assign new IP to VCSA in DNS ( forward/reverse lookup) Server
Same thing you need to do in /etc/resolve.config file
Yes, we updated and verified DNS before rebooting the VCSA.
We checked /etc/resolve.config and /etc/hosts but there were no references to the old address.
I explained how to connect to the VCSA database (PostgreSQL) on the following link. I hope it can help you to find the related table:Please mark my comment as the Correct Answer if this solution resolved your problem
then give me vpxd logs
Solved it by updating VirtualCenter.AutoManagedIPV4 in the vCenter DB. Thanks for all Your help.