VMware Announces General Availability of vSphere 6.5 Update 1
vSphere 6.5 Update 1 is the Update You’ve Been Looking For! Today, VMware is excited to announce the general availability of vSphere 6.5 Update 1. This is the first major update to the well-received vSphere 6.5 that was released in November of 2016. With this update release, VMware builds upon the already robust industry-leading virtualization The post VMware Announces General Availability of vSphere 6.5 Update 1 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Revert to snapshot in vCenter Server shows the error: This object has already been deleted or has not been completely created
Failure cases can be:
- In vCenter: Reverting to a snapshot for a virtual machine fails
- Unable to power on or power off a virtual machine
- You see the error: This object has already been deleted or has not been completely created
Recently our team faced this Error screen on one of the Virtual Machine and a couple of reset/restarts also couldn’t fix the issue. Going the tasks and events before the issue arise, our SCCM team has pushed the patches to this server and set a restart after the installation of patches, post it the server went on to this state:
P2V fails at 1%:
“FAILED: The VSS snapshots cannot be stored because there is not enough space on the source volumes or because the source machine does not have any NTFS volumes. Error code: 2147754783 (0x8004231F)”.
vSAN Performance Diagnostics
I am excited to announce that launch of vSAN Performance diagnostics. This feature will enable faster performance troubleshooting and when burning in a cluster with performance tests to understand how you can increase the IOPS or lower the storage latency and what is your bottleneck within the host. Performance diagnostics analyzes previously executed benchmarks. It The post vSAN Performance Diagnostics appeared first on Virtual Blocks .