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Hello,

Is a fresh install and The installation process went OK till the port 80 was used by a SQL service. then all was running OK  till the first reboot withtwo services (Virtual Center & Management Webservice ) not starting with event ID:1724 & 7001. I try many option and reserch such this site http://terenceluk.blogspot.fr/2010/07/vcenter-virtual-center-service-fails-to.html but is still not working.

Thanks by advance for your help
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LVL 123
ID: 40491603
I would scratch the installation, and re-install, rather than trying to fix a failed new installation.
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by:CalvinGE
ID: 40491612
Well, the fact I don't know the cause worriy me, how i can be sure it will not hapen again in the next reboot
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LVL 123
ID: 40491747
Personally, I would not waste time.

Is you SQL Service starting up?

Is this a physical or virtual installation?

What is the OS ?

What version are you trying to install ?

Local SQL or Remote ?
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by:CalvinGE
ID: 40491765
Yes, all SQL services  is running OK and is hosed to a virtual 2012 Server on ESX 5.5 server
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by:CalvinGE
ID: 40491796
Hello,

I have added the log file, it seems there is an autentification problem
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by:CalvinGE
ID: 40493520
OK, I have re-installed the vCenter only. (i don't loos the database entry). Then now I can start manually the two services VMware VirtualCenter Server and VMware VirtualCenter Management Webservices however impossible to start them automatically. I try to modify dependency to SQL, add a delay starting.....
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LVL 123
ID: 40493560
Have you waited for the services to start?

It would appear, your SQL Service is running slow...

What computer and specification is this?

I would add Delays to vCenter Server Service starting.

Does SQL start automatically ?
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by:CalvinGE
ID: 40493564
Yes SQL is starting OK, I said Yes because when I run both vCenter services all is running OK. the spec is 16 AMD opteron 6128 @ 2 GHz however I allowed only two processos for this virtaul machine and  8GB RAM.
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LVL 123
ID: 40493628
have you tried the delay start of the vCenter Service ?
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by:CalvinGE
ID: 40494122
Yes, i also  make recovery with 4 minutes, same problem
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LVL 123
ID: 40494156
So, if you restart you server

1. vCenter Service and Web Management Services do not start although set to automatic ?
but SQL service is started

2. if you manually start them after wards, they start with no issue ?

So what event log error is provided ?
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by:CalvinGE
ID: 40494191
OK, I found the error. By default those two services don't start this is sure. then to try to solve it I read this:  http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1007669  
According with this tread we need to add a depencies to MSSQL$SQLEXP_VIM, this is wrong for SQL 2014, the service name is MSSQLSERVER. now all is working OK
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ID: 40494264
Is this 2014 Express or FULL ?
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by:CalvinGE
ID: 40494268
Full
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LVL 123
ID: 40494276
Maybe a bug with vCenter installer.
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by:CalvinGE
ID: 40494290
Possible but the service name MSSQL$SQLEXP_VIM never exist then is impossible to add into the reg vpxd. I think vCenter is not tested yet to run with SQL2014. anyway, thx for your help, i close this as resolved
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 1500 total points
ID: 40494328
Express is not supported yet, but Full version is supported, so should have been tested....

which version of vCenter though 5.5 U2 ?

I think you must be running an supported version of vCenter with SQL 2014 FULL!!!!

Only 5.5 U2 is supported on SQL 2014 FULL!

Get it patched, or you will have issues!!!

Always check the HCL, and vSphere Matrix before you install VMware software.
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by:CalvinGE
ID: 40499343
vCenter is update tothe latest version and all is runnig fine, thy for your support
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LVL 123
ID: 40499348
No problems, much better, being on 5.5 U2!
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