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Recent Post Comments wk on "Cannot change the host configuration" error message when adding disk storage to a VMware vSphere ESXi HostPhilip on Microsoft Hyper-V Architecture Poster available for downloadPhilip on Thanks 0 Datil OP Sean Donnelly Aug 13, 2013 at 2:18 UTC Is your SAN Fibre or iSCSI? I have no idea what this means, and can't really find any documentation on it that fits this situation. Configuring HA clsuter with ESXi4.1 Migrating virtual machines with storage vmotion Managing NFS/NAS datastore with vicfg-nas Managing Path Policies with esxcli Managing Paths with vicfg-mpath Examining LUNs with vicfg-scsidevs Using vifs Source

And for a limited time, get additional camera licenses FREE. VMWare ESX - Creating a Windows XP VM and getting error: "Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer." Outlook Web Access (OWA) - How to fix Now what you need to do is work out what is actually locking this file and then (unsurprisingly) find a way to unlock it. Thanks 0 Datil OP Sean Donnelly Aug 13, 2013 at 2:54 UTC I can't speak too much on the fibre bit, but this could be a useful resource

Unable To Access The Virtual Machine Configuration Invalid Datastore Path

You can also subscribe without commenting. When I tried to migrate to another host, it gets to validating to the other host and then gets the error - Unable to access the virtual machine configuration: Unable to Any thoughts on what else to look at would be appreciated. C:\>vifs.pl --server esx1.virtuallab.com --username root --password esxsvr40 -listds Content Listing --------------- Storage1 iSCSI_Shared C:\>vifs.pl --server esx2.virtuallab.com --username root --password esxsvr40 -listds Content Listing --------------- datastore1 iSCSI_Shared C:\>svmotion.pl --url=https://vcenter.virtuallab.com --datacenter="Virtual Lab" --vm

To relocate a virtual machine's storage (including disks) 1 Determine the path to the virtual machine configuration file. 2 Run svmotion, for example: svmotion --url=https://myvc.mycorp.com/sdk --datacenter=DC1 --vm="[storage1] myvm/myvm.vmx:new_datastore" The example is now you can power on all the other esx hosts Reply zinto says 25 June 2010 at 5:44 am Removed vm from inventory and re-added it - started OK then. For physical compatibility mode RDMs, you can migrate the mapping file only. Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 2.

This is the approach I have taken a few times and things just worked fine. I am not very experienced at troubleshooting any deeper than the VC / GUI. Sometimes your flash drive may have issues carrying files so this will completely restore it to manufacturing settings. Not sure on your SAN, but in the VNX I had to also make sure that it could see my esxi hosts, so those had to be added in as well.

That fails with the error - A general system error occurred: error while calling DiskLibWrapperLoader_IsDeltaDisk. If I recall right this was specific to Dell servers that had flash installed for you to install Esxi on. Re: Vmotion error - "unable to access the virtual machine configuration: Unable to access File" BankTech Jan 29, 2009 9:20 AM (in response to BankTech) In addition to what I The --vm option specifies the virtual machine and its destination.

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C:\>svmotion.pl --url=https://vcenter.virtuallab.com --datacenter="Virtual Lab" --vm "[Storage1]RDM_VM1/RDM_VM1.vmx:datastore1" Enter username: Administrator Enter password: Received an error from the server: SOAP Fault: ----------- Fault string: Unable to access the virtual machine configuration: Unable to HP ProLiant DL360 G7 servers (x3) Thanks 0 Anaheim OP Tony Bryant Aug 13, 2013 at 5:38 UTC 1st Post Make sure the LUNs are presented to each host Unable To Access The Virtual Machine Configuration Invalid Datastore Path This may have occurred due to a VM move where the VM used have disks located on different LUN’s or similar which have now been moved onto the same LUN and Virtual Disk 'hard Disk 1' Is Not Accessible On The Host Virtualizing Current Infrastructure Reducing power footprint by consolidating servers to virtual.

cheers 0 Message Author Closing Comment by:Ailbe ID: 349221172011-02-17 This was spot on, there had been a snapshot before i arrived. http://webinweb.net/unable-to/vmware-vmotion-unable-to-access-file.html So if you dont want to go through the steps of committing the snapshots,etc, etc, one approach is to leave the disks as such and just clone the machine into a Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 5. Once the the IDs were the same, no problems Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 3. Vmotion Without Shared Storage

ESX/ESXi 3.5 hosts must be licensed and configured for vMotion. C:\>svmotion.pl --url=https://vcenter.virtuallab.com --datacenter="Virtual Lab" --vm "[Storage1]RDM_VM1/RDM_VM1.vmx:iSCSI_Shared" Enter username: Administrator Enter password: C:\>vifs.pl --server esx1.virtuallab.com --username root --password esxsvr40 -dir [iSCSI_Shared]RDM_VM1 Content Listing --------------- RDM_VM1-a8371505.vswp RDM_VM1-rdm.vmdk RDM_VM1.nvram RDM_VM1.vmdk RDM_VM1.vmsd RDM_VM1.vmx RDM_VM1.vmxf vmware-0.log Reply Jeena Me says 22 November 2010 at 12:24 pm I had the same problem and to unlock such file nothing helped but a tool available at http://pathtoodeep.com Reply Luis says have a peek here In your case you may have moved the volume to the datastore.

I do not recall when I created it but once I deleted the Snapshot it migrated without a problem. For virtual compatibility mode RDMs, you can migrate the mapping file or convert to thick-provisioned or thin-provisioned disks during migration as long as the destination is not a NFS datastore. The storage is shared, the esxi host can see the storage, I tried a cold migration and got the same error message.

As stated there is a file in the datastore for this VM called hostname1_2.vmdk, there is also a file called hostname1_2-rdm.vmdk I don't know what either of those are, as the

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are In the vmware.log I found "File Not Found" errors from any attempt to start the VM back up. Thank you for the quick reply! I am a VMware vExpert (2009 - 2014) and am also EMC Elect 2013 & 2014.

As well as on this site, you can find him on Twitter and Google+ Comments Khai says 19 June 2009 at 11:52 am kill Process is file lock fuser -k Reply Looking For Something? Re: Vmotion error - "unable to access the virtual machine configuration: Unable to access File" shunter86 Oct 1, 2009 6:09 AM (in response to BankTech) I am having this issue as Check This Out Can both esxi hosts see the storage so that vMotion can work properly? 0 Datil OP Sean Donnelly Aug 13, 2013 at 1:53 UTC Also forgot to say

The datastores point to volumes on my Netapp filer runing Ontap 8.1.2 The problem I am having is that I am unable to write to the datastore.