A bit of a strange for you, we have an old IBM xSeries 335 server which has vCenter installed on it. This server however, is a bit flakey, so I decided to install vCenter on to a different server which is more reliable.
I unlicensed our host which was being managed by the xSeries 335 and then uninstalled vCenter and installed on to the newer server. Installed fine, no problems, added our new ESX 4.0 host no problem,but when I try to add the first ESX 4.0 which was originally managed by the xSeries 335, it gives me this message:
"Cannot install the vCenter agent service. Not enough space on device."
I read on a vmware forum that it might be to do with the host not having enough contiguous memory and that I should try switching off the VM's and try adding again or if that fails, reboot the host. Did the above steps but still no joy!?!?!?
Oh and I also check to make sure the video adapters on the VM's were set to auto assign memory, I also read this on the vmware forum.
Please could anybody help as I am completely stumped!!