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vmware vcentre alarm

Posted on 2015-02-17
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I do get VMware vCenter - Alarm alarm.HealthStatusChangedAlarm from time to time.
I never bothered about that. I thought this is something to do with update manager and ignore that.
It is time for me to dig into further and resolve this.
Does anyone think why I get this alert and how to resolve this?
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You should probably look further into this. The first step would be to enable debug logging to find out what the alarm is actually about. After that, it is also worth checking the status of the vCenter DB and see if SQL is complaining about anything.

This VMware KB should help:

http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1017878
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