3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 7, 2020 3:03 AM by Ajay1988

    vCenter is down

    Naved_12 Lurker

      I am unable to access my vCenter. I am able to telnet {telnet vcenter_fqdn 9443} and also there is sufficient space available on the partitions.  vCenter service shows down and when tried to start getting below error

      #service-control --start --all

      Perform start operation. vmon_profile=ALL, svc_names=None, include_coreossvcs=True, include_leafossvcs=True

      2020-07-04T18:54:16.732Z   Running command: ['/usr/bin/systemctl', 'is-enabled', u'lwsmd']

      2020-07-04T18:54:16.735Z   Done running command

      2020-07-04T18:54:16.739Z   Service lwsmd does not seem to be registered with vMon. If this is unexpected please make sure your service config is a valid json. Also check vmon logs for warnings.

      2020-07-04T18:54:16.739Z   Running command: ['/sbin/service', u'lwsmd', 'status']

      2020-07-04T18:54:16.760Z   Done running command

      Successfully started service lwsmd

      2020-07-04T18:54:16.764Z   Running command: ['/usr/bin/systemctl', 'is-enabled', u'vmafdd']

      2020-07-04T18:54:16.769Z   Done running command

      2020-07-04T18:54:16.772Z   Service vmafdd does not seem to be registered with vMon. If this is unexpected please make sure your service config is a valid json. Also check vmon logs for warnings.

      2020-07-04T18:54:16.772Z   Running command: ['/sbin/service', u'vmafdd', 'status']

      2020-07-04T18:54:16.792Z   Done running command

      Successfully started service vmafdd

      Service-control failed. Error Failed to start vmon services.vmon-cli RC=2, stderr=Failed to start vpxd-svcs services. Error: Service crashed while starting