19 novembre 2012

Virtual Machines Fail to Start with Error 0x80070569

We have received some reports from people who are seeing an error 0x80070569 when they try to start or live migrate virtual machines on Windows Server 2012. After some investigation we have found that this is usually caused by the use of a custom group policy setting in their domain. We have written a KB article that explains how to work around this issue if you see it in your environment: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2779204 Cheers, Ben --> Please see the rest on Ben's Blog... [Lire la suite]
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10 avril 2012

Free ESXi Hypervisor - Auto Start Breaks with 5.0 Update 1

If you are running the free version of ESXi (aka ESXi Hypervisor) then you'll want to be aware of a critical issue that surfaces after upgrading to 5.0 Update 1. I want to stress this only applies to people runing the free ESXi version. If you're ESXi hosts are licensed this issue does not affect you. There were some changes made in the way the ESXi APIs are accessed in Update 1 that unfortunately breaks the VM Auto Start feature in the free ESXi version. Please note that this issue only affects the free ESXi version and it was not... [Lire la suite]
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12 octobre 2010

vCenter Service fails after upgrade to 4.1

Run the scripts attached to the article linked below before upgrading to vCenter Server 4.1. If you have already upgraded, this article provides detailed workaround steps if you are experiencing the issue. 1026688 SymptomsVirtualCenter Service fails after upgrading to vCenter Server 4.1. You see this error in the vpxd logs:Panic: Win32 exception: Access Violation (0xc0000005)   Read (0) at address 0000000000000098   rip: 000000014071edcc rsp: 000000000419c700 rbp: 000000000419e160   rax:... [Lire la suite]
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18 mars 2010

Fixing Hyper-V Virtual Machines sticking at 6% starting

A while ago I noticed that when I started virtual machines on Hyper-V on my laptop – they were taking just over a minute to start.  Looking at the Hyper-V management console showed that for most of this time the virtual machine was sitting at “Starting (6%)” under the status column. After a bit of investigation I discovered that this was the result of a known issue.  When this happens the cause is usually because there is a problem with Hyper-V finding a valid certificate.  To give a bit more context: When you... [Lire la suite]
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