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Incapsula incident ID: 184000010351772181-1476870722884730906 Request unsuccessful. The module is "migrate" and usually is loaded if you have vMotion enabled, but in this case was not loaded anymore
~ # esxcfg-module -l | grep migrate
The behavior of ESXi seems to softly disable this interface AND the vMotion function in this case of a duplicated IP. After doing some research I found out that during a DRS migration the VMX file is started on both nodes. have a peek here

VMUG IT Co-Founder and board member. Request unsuccessful. I cant get this to work, I can see the rogue swvp file when the vms are on but cant remove when off I cant see them neither can i remove The error message was simple: Timed out waiting for migration start request. https://kb.vmware.com/kb/2054100

Vmotion Fails At 21

So the closest KB article was: vMotion fails at 14% with the error: Timed out waiting for migration start request (2068817). Am on vcenter 5.5. Unfortunately build a new VMkernel vMotion interface, remove the existing one, enable/disable it does not change the fact that vMotion was disable at host level. As it turns out there was a vmx-****.vswp file inside the VM folder that apparently was left over from a failed DRS migration.

MVP 2014. But none of the possible solutions were applicable to my case. There could be a .vswp for the VM itself. Vmotion Operation Timed Out 20% template.

So I found a simple solution in order to re-enable the vMotion features without a reboot. Vmotion Timeout Settings Using vmkernel modules is possible remove and re-enabe the feature. Also disable and re-enable vMotion at host level doesn't change the issue (using the advanced setting Migrate / Migrate.enabled parameter), probably because this setting will be effective only after a host This Site Incapsula incident ID: 184000010351772181-916990172136472599 Request unsuccessful.

VMware VMTN Moderator and vExpert (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015). Vmotion Fails At 90 And a host reboot was not possible (at least not in production hours). Dell TechCenter Rockstar 2014. To know which one to get rid of just look at the time stamps.

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You can try deleting the file using the datastore browser but if that doesn't work then here's how you can remove it. 1. https://kb.vmware.com/kb/1004790 I recommend Putty. Vmotion Fails At 21 Sunday, December 14, 2014 vMotion Fails at 14% - Operation Timed Out While working on a 3 host VMware cluster I was trying to vMotion some servers around and begin maintenance Vmotion Operation Timed Out 20 Powered by Blogger.

I can't stress that enough. Incapsula incident ID: 184000010351772181-394934659629711377 Request unsuccessful. Incapsula incident ID: 184000010351772181-1328109707339497497 Request unsuccessful. Incapsula incident ID: 184000010351772181-723549191631536150 Request unsuccessful. Vmotion Fails At 67

vCenter Server - Solutions to increase the availability vStorage - Software vs Hardware iSCSI? October 8, 2015 at 1:09 AM Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Search This Blog Loading... am able to list the correct datastore and cd to the vm folder and list all the vm file but can see any swap files. Check This Out The reader assumes all risk for your use of any information provided.

Start the SSH daemon on the host which has the VM registered and then login via SSH. Storage Vmotion Operation Timed Out If you browse the datastore of the VM that will not move and you open up the folder of the VM you should see two vmx-****.vswp files. vSphere 5 Upgrade vSphere 5.5 vSphere 5.1 vSphere 5.0 vSphere Web Client ESXi 5 firewall vSphere 6 Languages Italiano (Italian) English Sponsor TagsBigData Cloud CloudOps Converter DCV DellEF E2EVC EqualLogic ESX

Also there were several VMware KB articles related to this issues, with different reasons.

So I've investigate more on the assigned IP and I've found the the vMotion IP of the host where vMotion was locked was already used by another system. Once it's off then whichever file remains in the folder is the one you need to delete. You can download it HEREalong with many other great tools for network and systems maintenance. 2. # cd /vmfs/volumes/{datastore name} 3. # cd {VM folder name} 4. # ls -lash *.vswp Timed Out Waiting For Migration Start Request But a host reboot was not an option because several VMs were running on it.

Accept Privacy PolicyPrivacy Italiano (Italian) English If the VM is running it may be hard to tell which is which so make sure you turn the VM off before you begin this process. Please am i missing something or can anyone help? About Andrea Mauro (2292 Posts)Virtualization & Cloud Architect.

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Due to a bad customer planning, VMkernel's vMotion interfaces were in the same management LAN of the VMkernel's Management interfaces… So I've temporally tried to change with a new IP in Incapsula incident ID: 184000010351772181-723549195926503446 Request unsuccessful. Remember to disable the SSH daemon on your host and now you should be able to vMotion the VM again with it running. Once the migration is completed normally one of these gets removed.

This information has no copyright.. If you see only one then you've got another issue and this isn't the fix. Posted by Will at 10:28 AM Labels: ESXi, vMotion, VMWare 1 comment: 1964CLOUD said... We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.

PernixPro 2014. In this case it did not. I hit this error for the first time "Operation Timed Out" and the dreaded red X. Incapsula incident ID: 184000010351772181-723549187336568854 IT That Should Just Work Helping you with things I've found that should just work but don't.

DON'T DELETE THAT ONE! Previous Posts ► 2016 (5) ► Oct (1) ► Sep (1) ► Jul (1) ► Apr (1) ► Jan (1) ► 2015 (16) ► Nov (1) ► Aug (3) ► Jul Trackbacks are disabled. << First VeeamON event Packt celebrates International Day Against DRM >> © 2016 © 2013 vInfrastructure Blog | Hosted by Assyrus This website uses cookies to improve your If you do see two they will be .vswp-1 and .vswp-2.