ESXi: VM being restarted

Hi,
I am using ESXi 6.0
I see a warning "vSphere HA failover operation in progress in cluster XXX in datacenter DC YYY: 1 VMs being restarted, 0 VMs waiting for a
retry, 0 VMs waiting for resources, 0 inaccessible Virtual SAN VMs". Apparantly, all VMs are up&runnig (according to our monitoring), so I assume this is cosmetic.
Anyway, how can I identify which VM is restarting?
Thank you
Armitage318Asked:
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE Fellow)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
looks at the Tasks and Events.

(it could be a red hearing!)
RAFAIT CONSULTANTCommented:
according to Andrew, validate the events in the VM first.

You can also reconfigure HA availability on the host where the VM is hosted.
Armitage318Author Commented:
Hi Rafa, as I wrote, I don't know which VM it is.
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Armitage318Author Commented:
Hi Andrew,
I checked old  logs from "that" day (april 4), I see lots of "completed" task. There are few task which are not, eg.

VMware vSphere Update Manager has restarted. The task was scheduled to run when Update Manager was not available and will run on the next schedule

or this:

Unable to generate userworld swap file in directory '/vmfs/volumes/5b61676a-c720b180-486d-d4ae52bc6b95/server' for 'server'

or this:

An error was received from the ESX host while powering on VM out.

Anyway, all VMs are up&running now.
I don't know what I need to investigate.

In case, is reconfigure HA a safe option?
Thank you
Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE Fellow)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
An error was received from the ESX host while powering on VM out.

that's a HA event.

In case, is reconfigure HA a safe option?

Yes, safe.

otherwise you will have to check FDM logs, and they may not be helppful.

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Armitage318Author Commented:
Hi Andrew, I disabled / enabled again HA on my cluster, the error is gone.
Thank you!
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