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Though this post is for Esxi 5.5, you may check whether this solves your issue. You may also check here.
I'm not sure that I understand your network setup. In your management port group you work with a VLAN trunk range of 0-4094. This implies you're working with tagged VLANs on your uplinks, see Edit the VLAN Policy on a Distributed Port Group in the vSphere Web Client. On the other hand, the port group that gives you trouble works untagged. To the best of my ...
The procedure above was not working, I was loosing connectivity with the VMs and I had to revert back to the default settings from console. So I figured out that it worked only when I firstly entered all the hosts involved to maintenance mode and then back..
Please use this procudure Migrating service console or VMkernel port from standard switches to VMware vSphere Distributed Switch (1010614) http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1010614
We've solved this problem last week. sorry for my late response. We've been trying to setup our Storage and vmotion network as following doc: http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2011/08/vsphere-50-storage-features-part-12-iscsi-multipathing-enhancements.html We have created 2 vmkernel each using one of both physical interface who were added to the vswitch. To ...
look to this information: http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1003734 The last action (change advanced settings, the Migration option in 2 hosts) work to me.
Even if an answer has been accepted, I'd like to point you to check_vmware_snapshots. It's a Nagios / Icinga plugin, to check the age and count for VM snapshots in a VMWare ESXi/vSphere environment. It depends on Perl / VMware::VIRuntime from "VMware-vSphere-CLI-5.5.0", so no PowerCLI or -shell this time. :-)
No problems at all... Just deploy the new vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) and add the extant vSphere hosts. They will lose their association with the old vCenter and join the new vCenter. You will need to reestablish your cluster settings, rules and resource pools, but that's not complicated.
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