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Re: datastore sharing to non simplivity host

 
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datastore sharing to non simplivity host

Hello I would like to seek help
I added the compute node to the vcenter 
Editted advance settings of the host
created a vmotion kernel

and now when sharing datastore using this command
svt-datastore-share --host xxx.xxx.xxx --datastore xxxx
stuck on 57% and creating vcenter events shows "Creating NFS error : an error occured during  host configuration.

Any suggetion will help thanks !

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Re: datastore sharing to non simplivity host

@simonsimon1129 : Hello Simon,

Try editing the  /etc/hosts file to include a line similar to the following:

nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn omni.cube.io

where nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn is the storage or management IP address 

Reference Link : https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=emr_na-sv13189en_us 

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Overview

During an attempt to share a Simplivity datastore to a non-Simplivity ESXi host from the vSphere Client, a user receivesthe following error:Exception Error: an error occurred during host configuration

Symptoms

The vCenter task started by the share datastore function fails, and the datastore remains unshared.

Resolution

Make certain the OmniStackVirtual Controller's (OVC) storage or management IP address in the non-Simplivity hosts/etc/hostsfile is beingusedand not the OmniCubes ESXivmkernelport IP address


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Re: datastore sharing to non simplivity host

Hello Does it need restart ?
I already included omni.io of storage IP on my compute node, But error still exist

 

here's a snip of the error
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AWUasa0jCPhN7NxC3q7o8O8-VI7ClRSa/view?usp=sharing

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HPE Pro

Re: datastore sharing to non simplivity host

@simonsimon1129 : Hi Simon,

Please restart the Host and try to share the datastore once again. 

 


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