1008643, ESXi hosts that exhibit these symptoms may have low inodes:The ESXi host disconnects from vCenter ServerThe services.sh script does not restart servicesThe output of stat -f / indicates that inodes are lowThe host management agent, the hostd process becomes unresponsiveThe esxcfg-swiscsi -q command (or any command that interacts with esx.conf, such as esxcfg-info) produces errors ...
May 17, 2019 · This appears to be a somewhat recent problem, and when searching for an answer, a lot of posts reference solutions or VMWare KB's that don't help (enabling swap, checking inodes, etc.). This problem appeared somewhere between ESXi-6.7.0-20190104001-standard (Build 11675023) and ESXi-6.7.0-20190404001-standard (Build 13473784).
To configure a persistent scratch space for ESXi by using the vSphere Client: 1. Connect to vCenter Server or the ESXi host by using the vSphere Client. 2. Click the ESXi host in the inventory. 3. Click the Configuration tab > Storage. 4. Right-click a datastore and click Browse. 5. Create a uniquely-named directory for this ESXi host.
ESXi 5.x host with virtual machines using an E1000 or E1000e virtual adapter fails with a purple diagnostic screen ESXi host experiences a purple diagnostic screen with errors for E1000PollRxRing and E1000DevRx when the rxRing buffer fills up and the max Rx ring is set to more than 2.
Sep 05, 2019 · VCSA 6.5 warning message: PostgresSQL Service Health Alarm. vSphere Appliance Management shows: The /storage/log filesystem is out of disk space or inodes
Aug 13, 2018 · by Gareth Lewis — in vCenter, vCSA, vSphere Tutorials.2 Comments on VMware vCenter Server Appliance /storage/log Full A while back I was welcomed to the office by a vCenter Server Appliance critical health alert, specifically, ‘The /storage/log filesystem is out of disk space or inodes’ .
How to fix VCSA /storage/log filesystem out of disk space. Luckily the fix is rather easy, thanks to a blog post by @lamw that I found while looking for a solution, he mentions in VCSA 6.x you can now expand VMDK’s on the fly since the VCSA takes advantage of LVM.