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J-Philippe
Frequent Advisor

Datastore access impaired

Hello just looking for some help / advices about this warning that I faced sometimes.

I'm not sur to fully undertsand the root cause of this warning and the solution to provide.

Any help will be appreciate.

Regards,

Jean-Philippe

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DeclanOR
HPE Pro
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Re: Datastore access impaired

Hi @J-Philippe 

Please ignore my previous comment if you saw it. I was refencing the incorrect alarm type :)

Datastore access impaired is basically an alert to say that access to a datastore has been lost by an OVC.

This can be expected if you reboot and OVC or reboot a host etc.

If you see this issue more regularly, it can be a sign of an underlying network issue, or other potentially bigger issues, and a support case should be raised to review your environment.

Hope this helps.

Thanks,

DeclanOR

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J-Philippe
Frequent Advisor

Re: Datastore access impaired

Thanks Declan,

strange because for me this behavior match with the VM daa access not optimized. I mean when VM A running on Node 1 but data location is on node 2 and 4 for example.

 

Does it mean the datastore impaired warning is the same kind of alarm ?

J-Philippe
Frequent Advisor

Re: Datastore access impaired

Ok thank you Declan, I  better understand now :-)