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Posted on 2010-08-31
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I have a 2 vmware hosts on one I can lunch all 3 virtual servers but on the second host on all server I am getting

"there are insufficient licenses to complete this operation. Select the host containing the virtual machine you are tryint to power on, click the Configuration tab, and edit the licenses.?
 
what am I missing
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What does the license say?  Is it still in trial mode as is the case sometimes after an upgrade?
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no I have been using both for over a year then we lost a power and since then I can not lunch one host

licensed features says " IP..." (not found )
.191 is the vcenter where the license is but  i can not lunch the server as it says there are not insufficient licenses so I am in a loop
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So Vcenter is on one of the VMs?
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Netscaler Common Configuration How To guides

If you use NetScaler you will want to see these guides. The NetScaler How To Guides show administrators how to get NetScaler up and configured by providing instructions for common scenarios and some not so common ones.

 

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yes
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can you rdp to it or open computer management?  Are all  VMware services started?
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by:koscisze
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the server is down and I can not bring it up as it gives me the license error posted above
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Bring it up on the first Host that is working.  Once it is fully up, see if you are still getting the licensing error
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how can i move from one host to the other host ? I do not have migrate option on the host.
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Also, what version of VMware are you running
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ESX 3.5
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you would have to import it into the other host(if it has access to that datastore), but forget about that for a second.  Checkout some of these links

I am confused about what you saw on your license tab.  If you click on ythe licensed features, then click on edit, what do you see?

Also did you try the link above?

And here is one more link.

http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=7114568

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I see

under license server -  IP of the server which is down (not found ) that is all I see
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i am not sure what happend but now both hosts give me the same error with the license
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got it working I had to call vmware support to get a new license
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that would do it
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