What kind of services are you running? I assume that are not using vxlan right?
If you are not using vxlan you can "resolve" without issue. (Even most of the time you can resolve issues running vxlan)
Hi, yes we are using vxlan, that's why I wanted to know what the resolve command would do. I could evacuate a host and try it on that, I just wanted to know if it was no problem running it on a live system then I would do it.
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Check this one:
If you are not sure of the impact that that is going to have in the platform, and even so, you want to double check. (and even see if the resolve is going to fix it)
In my experience with "Resolve" if the problem is not with the actual vxlan configuration with the host, you are not going to face any issue.
But, you can do this just to be sure:
Option A: Put a host into mantenance mode, try to resolve that host alone.
if does not work
Move out of the cluster the ESXi. NSX will be unistalled. (reboot required)
Move back the host to the cluster, and see the status after automatic configuration of NSX.
If you want to provide more info, sshots also would be helpfull.