From everything I can tell all the disks for this VM are in the folder for this machine. Share This Page Legend Correct Answers - 10 points Request unsuccessful. Prévenez-moi de tous les nouveaux articles par email. I did not have a chance to check this yet. this contact form
or should this be a different post... of that vm then you can delete those files...locate the vm which is associated with these files...some times these files are still locked in the esxi host - refer the link http://communities.vmware.com/message/1306140;jsessionid=6BB8AF87A1F742394802268622277375 Go to Solution 6 Comments LVL 40 Overall: Level 40 VMware 35 Message Accepted Solution by:coolsport002010-10-07 This VMware Community article has a couple suggestions on what the cause could dasaint, Jul 26, 2010 dasaint, Jul 26, 2010 #2 Jul 26, 2010 #3 AceXsmurF [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,667 Joined: Sep 13, 2000 What I ended up doing was deleting all the snapshots
When you create the VM, how large is the virtual disk size you're giving the VM? ~coolsport00 0 Message Author Closing Comment by:mokkan2010-10-22 Thank you 0 Write Comment First Name Prévenez-moi de tous les nouveaux commentaires par e-mail. Hey, this is a template! another IT guy with his own blog...
Also, make sure that .vmx or .vmtx files doesn't have any reference to deleted files. NetJunkie, Aug 3, 2010 NetJunkie, Aug 3, 2010 #13 Aug 4, 2010 #14 lopoetve Imhotep Messages: 28,198 Joined: Oct 11, 2001 NetJunkie said: ↑ For long term snaps your best bet In the newer versions this note was removed, but it seems to be the UI change only 🙁 I hope VMware will take care about this bug some day… Regards, Anton. https://kb.vmware.com/kb/2089357 probably you won't find anything interesting, so move along.
Si vous ne pouvez pas éteindre la VM, faites un clone de celle-ci sur le même datastore et faites les actions suivantes sur la VM clonée que vous migrerez à la Largest I've seen: 4.2TB snap, 2 weeks to commit. Awards Fouad El Akkad Tweets de @vroomblog Alban Lecorps Tweets de @AlbanLecorps Mots-Clefs appliance cluster configuration datastore esx esxi Firewall Firewall rules hypervisor installation kernel-module VIB lab lacp load balancer Logical Fixed it by editing the vmdk file and set the "Extent Description" to the right amount of extents Reply Adriane said February 19, 2015 at 07:22 Hi to All,espcially to Anton
Step through a regular deployment wizard and select "Edit Virtual Hardware" on the last page. this content Reply Anton Khitrenovich said October 8, 2013 at 13:07 It is a bit more than simple rename - you have to move VMDK files to the corresponding folder also. For long term snaps your best bet is really doing the snaps on the storage array. My employer lost an entire month's worth of dictations because vRanger didn't remove a snap and begin committing data again.
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Pour identifier dans quel datastore le disque se trouve, faire un edit settings sur votre VM et vérifier le datastore où se trouve le disque xxx_1.vmdk. Éteignez votre VM et Wrong password - number of retries - what's a good number to allow? There is some VMware KB with this solution but it is not related to the error I was getting.VMware should update their KB's because solution was hard to find. Yet Another IT Guy's Blog Thursday, 23 July 2015 Deploying multiple VMs fails with error "Error caused by file /vmfs/volumes/datastore_id/path_to/source.vmdk" on ESXi 5.5 u2 I've been puzzled over this issue for
Then depending on testing we will take snapshots of various version installations in order to do upgrade testing and other application testing that we regularly go back to. Reply Punit said April 10, 2013 at 20:43 Guys, Just went through the comments and wanted to add my thoughts on this. best option is to commit your snapshots and then move your data, this is the recommended way of doing this.. check over here Hope it helps.
Maybe it is just plain old file system corruption? P.S - I have restarted the host services. eh. lopoetve, Jul 29, 2010 lopoetve, Jul 29, 2010 #7 Jul 29, 2010 #8 lopoetve Imhotep Messages: 28,198 Joined: Oct 11, 2001 NetJunkie said: ↑ I'll just add, don't keep VM snapshots
Une fois le clone terminé, via edit settings sur la VM, supprimer le disque qui pose des problèmes : Ajouter un disque existant, sélectionnez le disque cloné précédemment : Is it permitted to not take Ph.D. I have this problem, but it's a template that I rarely use, so I don't remember which server it is now? You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
The new VM (say, "MyVM") will be created successfully, but the next time you'll go through the deployment process it will fail with a strange message: "Unable to access file ‘MyTemplate/MyTemplate.vmdk' Reply Anton Khitrenovich said November 21, 2012 at 22:40 David, I'm glad my post is helpful. so say if your data containers are in different locations your snapshot descriptor is going to go down the chain for example. Talk about stress...waiting on your SQL box to finish before 8am.Click to expand...
There are a number of snapshots, but I have migrated VM's with snapshots before just fine. Simple solution resolved this issue: deleting ctk.vmdk file of source VM/template fixed the problem. Let it do what it was built to do.Click to expand... +1 Also avoid products that perform backups via snapshots. Your lovely template is now gone, since the disk that belonged to the template is now owned by the running virtual machine - with new name, settings and maybe even software!
P.P.S - Am I on the right path? regards, adriane Reply Leave a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. VMware… VMware Install and configure networking of ESXi 5.5 Video by: Brian Teach the user how to install ESXi 5.5 and configure the management network System Requirements: ESXi Installation: Management Network The production VM's that we are running we really do not touch much, but those also have 'Clean' snapshots that were done after everything was setup and working right, so if
Bring down all virtual machines, reboot ESXi and goto CLI mode. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We Thanks for the good information if I ever hit this again.