I was moving a vm fileset (all files in the vm storage directory) and everything was moving fine until the last file - it came back with a message "unable to access file /vmfs/volumes....../vmname/vmfilename.vmdk since it is locked".
I had previously (prior to the move of files) removed the VM from inventory so it is not associated to the host.
This is an iscsi connected data source and destination.
I have rebooted not only the esx host but the storage array as well. I've done it in both orders - storage first, then host - host first, then storage.
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When rebooting a vCenters 6.0 and try to connect using vSphere Client we get this issue "Invalid URL: The hostname could not parsed."
When we get this error we need to do some changes in the vCenter advanced settings to fix the issue.
This Micro Tutorial will teach you how to reformat your flash drive. Sometimes your flash drive may have issues carrying files so this will completely restore it to manufacturing settings. Make sure to backup all files before reformatting.
This video shows you how to use a vSphere client to connect to your ESX host as the root user.
Demonstrates the basic connection of bypassing certification set up.
Demonstrates how to access the traditional view to begin managing your virtual mac…