4 Replies Latest reply on Mar 27, 2020 6:11 AM by daphnissov

    DC: 783: Duplicate name 'vpxa.19.gz' entry in cache

    rwczen Lurker

      Hello everyone, I've tried searching for an answer to this but have had no luck. I have one ESXi host that keeps crashing periodically (once or twice a week). I get a fuchsia  screen and have to reboot the host. In the logs and on the fuchsia screen I see the following error:

       

      Alarm 'Host error' on x.x.x.x triggered by event 1732405 'Issue detected on x.x.x.x Duplicate name 'vpxa.19.gz' entry in cache

       

      Host 96 Crash (2).PNG

      When I check the Events, I see a similar entry (actually there are 10 entries one after the other)

       

      These Show as Warnings (10 of them in a row):

      DC: 783: Duplicate name 'vpxa.19.gz' entry in cache

       

      These Show as Errors (9 of them in a row):

      0/23/2019, 7:33:21 AM Alarm 'Host error' on 10.0.0.96

      triggered by event 1743276 'Issue detected on 10.0.0.96 in ###### HO: DC: 783: Duplicate name 'vpxa.19.gz' entry in cache. (2019-10-23T11:33:03.815Z cpu6:2097484)'

       

      I was running ESXi 6.7.0 release 1 and tried updating to release 3 to see if that would fix the issue but it did not.

       

      Anyone have any ideas what might be causing this or where to look for more information?