first check if there is enough space left on the partitions - there must be free space escept on the /storage/archive
then try to start services manually and look in the correspondent logs for errors
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If half of the services are not running its no surprise that vCenter isnt usable. Your post lacks some information like VCSA version or how "old" the installation is. Is it a 6.0/6.5 than most likely one of your partions runs out of space (try to login and run df -h) in /storage/log or similar.
Check if DNS and Gateway accessable from the VCSA because a 6.7 doenst restart without.
If you have planed a vHW upgrade by accident? If so revert to vHW10 .
If you have SnS you should call GSS.
One of the partitions will be full and/or root account password expired is my bet.
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Thank for all answer. I have already solve my probem.
And its a certificate problem, the certificate of VCSA is expired. Somehow it infect the service, meaning time the service in not running,I can not change my certificate.
My solution is:
Reboot the VSCA. And run
Choose the option 8 to reset all certificate,and reboot again.
Then the service return to normal, and I can change my certificate again.
very good ！thinks