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Login with SSH into the host running the frozen vmachine The command cat/proc/vmware/vm/*/names shows you the list of the running VM's on the host. Scroll to the right with the right arrow key to get the vm id group (i.e. Not a member? guess what was in the top 10 results. check over here

still trying to find the cause. Once the Windows 2K3 and the Red Hat VM's crashed the same way everybody points out.Unfortunately I had to reboot 2 of the 3 ESX's we have, vMotioning the healthy VM's Thanks Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 12. You can't right-click and 'Cancel' it via the gui, so I'm going to open a support request and see about 'cancel' via the command line somehow.

I plan to escalate on Monday, because obviously anything that necessitates an ESX host reboot is no good and would have to be considered a fairly severe bug, no?***********In a ssh Incapsula incident ID: 474000030137324242-309299372613042233 My VMware | VMware.comSearch ActivityBrowseAll ContentBlog PostsDiscussionsDocumentsPollsBookmarksPopular tagsCommunitiesGroupsPeopleLog inRegisterHomeVMTN Forums Mobile AppsBlogsTwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInYouTubeGroupsPodcasts vSphere NSXVirtual SAN vCenterFusionWorkstationvExpertVMware {code} CloudCredSubmit a Link Home > VMTN > Virtual Virtual Center showed the VM's as still running but some weren't responding to pings, some were but all had this error when trying to connect via console: error connecting to vmfs I will keep you...

Re: Power of VM - Operation Failed Since another task is in progress jonhutchings Nov 5, 2006 7:31 PM (in response to VMKR9) We have had similar and in these situations You might want to consider, as others have suggested, vmotioning everything else off and rebooting or if you havn't tried it, using vmware-cmd /vmname.vmx not the friendly aliases Like Show 0 Thanks for all your help so far. I will follow up with the SR on Monday.VMKR9, can you list the steps you took to kill whatever process and whether that allowed you to regain control/responsiveness of the frozen

Datil Rob Q Oct 7, 2014 at 11:39pm Holy Cow. Read these next... Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 1 2 3 4 Previous Next Go to original post Actions Remove from profile Feature on your profile More Like This Retrieving data ... Related Post navigation ←Got an Installation Stuck in a Loop?PowerShell: Giving in to the Inevitable? → One thought on “How to Kill a Stuck VM in ESX 3.5” Jonathan Gardner 2009/05/07

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Connect to the Dell DRAC interface on the ESXi host server and login 2. What's the best scripting language for Windows SysAdmins? Close the DRAC Console window, return to the DRAC management screen in your web browser, select the Console tab if not already selected, and click on the Disconnect button. 9. Re: Power of VM - Operation Failed Since another task is in progress jonhutchings Nov 6, 2006 7:44 AM (in response to VMKR9) Glad you got a bit further.

Can't shut it down/reset it, etc. check my blog It's a snapshot issue. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. We are now seeing the error above when powering off some vms, is shows in virtual center as powering off at 100% but just sits there for hours and if you

But where up and running I know that this is rude way ..but it works. Will advise later - can't do the whole laborious process for another few hours per internal change management policy/notification, blah blah blah. Thank you so much for your guilde! this content Here's the solution from the thread, thanks to users Duncan Epping and Kim Rubeck for these commands/tips.

Re: Power of VM - Operation Failed Since another task is in progress Wimo Nov 17, 2006 12:51 PM (in response to jftwp) We had this problem too, on a Linux I am finding that killing the process for the vm works ok to save having to reboot the host. Re: Power of VM - Operation Failed Since another task is in progress jftwp Nov 17, 2006 1:24 PM (in response to Wimo) This case is still open, I guess VMware

Serrano ethangd1 Jul 3, 2014 at 08:32pm Solid work.

i got just a little scare when all server gone with red alerts, but all still be available, and i just do a recognise alert to go back all in normal By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks. Press Enter to restart the management agents. Request unsuccessful.

Show 47 replies 1. still not sure how the VM ever got to this state though. although they did indicate that I would need to reboot the ESX host if all else fails. have a peek at these guys Okay, fine----as long as something good comes of it, as in ROOT CAUSE, which is still TBD.Latest VMware tools had been up/running on this guest for several weeks prior to this

I actually noticed that if I log on to the ESX host in question directly, using the VI3 client, it shows me something that logging on to VirtualCenter itself does not.That in VirtualCenter.Environment = VC 2.0.1. & ESX 3.0.1I did note that, just prior to trying to interact with this VM, that VirtualCenter ''Recent Tasks" showed that my backup software (esxRanger Pro Just shut down the other vm's running on the machine (or vmotion where necessary) and reboot the system.