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esx.problem.vmfs.heartbeat.timedout

Post by felyjos » Feb 21, 2013 5:11 pm

Hello,

I saw in the database vsphere41 some events like "esx.problem.vmfs.heartbeat.timedout".
Is it possible to see them through the vCenter Console?
Where?
I do not see any alarm under Alarms tab for the esx servers, nothing for the vCenter itself???

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Re: esx.problem.vmfs.heartbeat.timedout

Post by sergey.g » Feb 22, 2013 5:01 pm 1 person likes this post

Hello, I think this could be related to your other issue with the datastore that we are discussing in another thread.

Since it's a storage issue (not a regular heartbeat, but vmfs.heartbeat), I don't think it is visible in the console.

As far as I understand in most cases there is some issue with accessing a datastore. From what I can see in the internet most of folks who has the issue, were able to fix it after contacting vmware support. I would recommend you to discuss this issue and all the related storage connectivity issues you have with VMware support team.

Here are few examples:

http://www.adfrad.com/2012/04/dell-md32 ... ssues.html
http://techblog.sunsetsurf.co.uk/2010/0 ... e-problems

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Re: esx.problem.vmfs.heartbeat.timedout

Post by felyjos » Feb 22, 2013 5:23 pm

Thanks a lot I will follow and focus on the otherthread

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