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Hi Experts,

I have vmware running with version 5.5
I have configured a VSA cluster.
I thought my hosts have the same config but I get NONCOMPLIANT Errors on the summary tab.
What does it mean ?
Host is not in compliance with the attached profile !


I cannot find differences.
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by:Eprs_Admin
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Yes I have a VSA HA CLuster.
Just HA is enabled on my Cluster, no FT.

When I read this :
If only HA is enabled, ensure that:

    FT logging NIC speed is at least 1000 Mbps.
    At least one shared datastore exists.
    FT logging is enabled.
    VMotion NIC speed is at least 1000 Mbps.
    All the hosts in the cluster have the same build for Fault Tolerance.
    The host hardware supports Fault Tolerance.
    VMotion is enabled.

Why I need FT logging ?
All my NICS are on 1000Mbps. Just one NIC is down, because of missing cable.
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see the pics of both hosts...
host1.JPG
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is it maybe a problem with the host profiles ?
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FT logging is a different licensed function not required.

fix the network missing cable.

Are you using Host Profiles?
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by:Eprs_Admin
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Yes I used it.
When I detach the host profile, do I loose my network config ?
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You can remove it without changes to the host occurring.
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ok, after I detached the host profile, I have this status: N/A
See also the picture.
host1.1.JPG
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Yes, that's normal, N/A if the Host is not using Host Profiles.
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Cool Thanks.
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