I have a setup with two ESXi5 servers.
We are(were) running with a ISCSi box to server disk for the VM's - however we are in the progress of migrating away from it, because the storage os disk is bad.
Now, one of the ESXi hosts has been running for ~20hrs, and it seems like the management services just crashed on that host..
The vms are still running - so it's not really serious. However, I want to fix it.
Should I be worried? Will the VM's keep running?
The hosts does respond on pings.
I am running a vcenter to administrate the hosts.
Thanks in advance.
I have now managed to get the services running:
~ # /etc/init.d/vpxa status vpxa is running ~ # /etc/init.d/hostd status hostd is running.
But the server is still not responding on either VMware vSphere Client nor the webinterface.
I can however use paping on both port 80 and 443 to the server, which works brilliant.
I would like some help to move on in this case.