Here are some of the important commands that can be used while troubleshooting vSan: Please note this is for quick ref if you are looking for commands and detailed explanation will be given in posts. Get the total number of hosts that are part of vsan cluster: esxcli vsan cluster get Manually join
Recently I got a request from one of the VSAN customers to provide the memory dump of a vm. To generate the same, we will have to take the snapshot of specific vm with memory box checked. Pick the vm > right click > snapshot > take snapshot > give a
VSAN Object Checksum: VSAN 6.2 introduced a new feature called object checksum which is enabled by default, but may be enabled or disabled on per virtual machine/object basis via VM storage policies and this policy does end-to-end software checksum to avoid data integrity issues arising due to problems on the underlying storage
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Recently i have come across an issue in lab where hosts from Vsan cluster is showing warning on host summary as shown in below screenshot: Below are the checks performed: 1. Check cluster health - Found all green 2. Check host vSan status : All hosts in cluster are part of vsan cluster.