Attempt to take manual snapshot in vCenter Server and snapshot fails with quiescing error. I have to see how to fix it. Your above error when trying to restart the service seems to suggest that the server might be busy doing something else and cannot even stop the service within the timeout period. It would be nice if vmware used a different status code for open-vm-tools; that'd make our lives a lot easier. Gabrielle If I attempt to restart via services. Since vSphere API 6. I have the basics for vmtools ported for OpenServer 6. Which one should give which returncode under all possible circumstances?
It specifies the virtual machine's configuration. I'm stumped. Since vSphere API 6. So I will implement an additional switch to the plugin this evening. Application state. And which one should be given another behaviour for rpm based tools? If true, the vitrual machine is ready to process soft power operations. If the Tools packages are gone, then yes, installing the Tools is a task that's going to fail every time! X You seem to have CSS turned off. VMware itself is saying this is an acceptable state.
Briefly describe the problem required :. Problem solved! It's fixed now. Only namespaces with non-zero maxSizeEventsFromGuest are guaranteed to be present here. And which one should be given another behaviour for rpm based tools? VMware expert. Yup, in the release notes for Oh this started to happen immediately after an upgrade? Since vSphere API 6.
Since vSphere API 4. The rest are Linux so I'm having no issues with those. Is there any place in particular that VMware tools would be located within Event Viewer? Guest information about IP networking stack, if known. Clearly the last item "toolsVersionStatus" is being set incorrectly? Below is a block based on information for Esx 5. ManagedObjectReference to a VirtualMachine. Stupid me.