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Vcenter Server 5.1 failed to Start

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Hi,

We have a VM Machine in Vcenter Server
My Vcenter Server 5.1 failed to Start after a restart

Have attached the VXpd Log file .in the attachment.

We are getting the following error in log


2013-05-28T17:06:07.000+05:30 [03676 info 'ThreadPool'] Thread enlisted
2013-05-28T17:06:07.000+05:30 [01120 info 'Default'] Thread attached
2013-05-28T17:06:07.000+05:30 [01120 info 'ThreadPool'] Thread enlisted
2013-05-28T17:06:07.016+05:30 [03800 error 'vpxdvpxdMain'] [Vpxd::ServerApp::Init] Init failed: Unexpected exception
--> Backtrace:
--> backtrace[00] rip 000000018018977a
--> backtrace[01] rip 0000000180100c98
--> backtrace[02] rip 0000000180101fae
--> backtrace[03] rip 000000018008aeab
--> backtrace[04] rip 00000000014b4971
--> backtrace[05] rip 0000000001451298
--> backtrace[06] rip 00000000014516c9
--> backtrace[07] rip 00000000013c0fae
--> backtrace[08] rip 000007f6bf87bfb8
--> backtrace[09] rip 000007f6be770078
--> backtrace[10] rip 000007f6be77016a
--> backtrace[11] rip 000007f6be770279
--> backtrace[12] rip 000007f6be770609
--> backtrace[13] rip 000007f6beab2903
--> backtrace[14] rip 000007f6bf25e4b9
--> backtrace[15] rip 000007f6bf25835c
--> backtrace[16] rip 000007f6bf478a3b
--> backtrace[17] rip 000007fc1d74baa1
--> backtrace[18] rip 000007fc1dda167e
--> backtrace[19] rip 000007fc1f34c3f1
-->
2013-05-28T17:06:07.016+05:30 [03800 warning 'VpxProfiler'] ServerApp::Init [TotalTime] took 5319 ms

Not able to find something from Log.

Do help me in fixing the same
vpxd-27.log
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Question by:pradeep_aruna
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check disk space on the VM?

check SQL database is not out of free space.

check event logs?
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by:pradeep_aruna
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Hi

We have enough Disk Space & in Event logs we were getting the following error log

Event ID 1000
......................

The description for Event ID 1000 from source VMware VirtualCenter Server cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.

If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.

The following information was included with the event:

Failed to intialize VMware VirtualCenter. Shutting down...

the message resource is present but the message is not found in the string/message table
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by:Rsilva98
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Are you able to start the vcenter service manually ?

do you have the correct credentials ?

is your  SQL Server service is listening on port 1433.?

Also if you have IS installed i will conflict with vcenter since both use port 80

If everything is configured correctly you can have corruption, so you can try a repair
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