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Brand new VCAC 6.01 was working last night no changes exept a reboot now cannot provision a VM

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i am getting this when I attempt to provision a VM , no changes other than the environment was rebooted ,

when I attempt to goto the logs this is what I get , I assume this points to the IAAS server being the issue?
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NAMEWITHELD12

8/22/2022 - Mon
NAMEWITHELD12

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i HAVE rebooted the IA waited for it to come up completely check the time zone was set to eastern

I have done the same thing with the CORE and I am seeing some services not starting , I just need to wait I guess

waiting for serivces to start on the VCAC CORE
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a few minutes later than the above screen shot
my QUeastion is do any of these services depend on the IAAS server to be started ?
NAMEWITHELD12

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ok now I have the IA the core and the DC all booted now booting the Vcenter
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I have booted the Vcenter, this vcenter does not have an external database

I have waited for vcenter to boot completely and looked in the event log for errors  and found nothting in the windows logs
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now I have booted the SQL3 server that is the has the IAAS DB on in , checking for errors
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looks good no errors in the event log of the SQL server , finally booting the IAAS now
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