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I can use some help. PROBLEM A default installation was performed on the ESX server, and therefore, the VMFS partition on the local disk has a block size of 1 MB. This can cause a problem for ESXi when you want to format a disk as a VMFS volume if there is an existing partition table and you want to format it For ESX/ESXi in Vsphere 4 it is from 1MB to 8MB # vmkfstools -C VMFS-type -b Block-Size -S Datastore-Name /vmfs/devices/disks/Disk-Identifier:Partition-Number For Vsphere 5xvmkfstools -C vmfs5 –b 1m -S Storage1 /vmfs/devices/disks/mpx.vmhba1:C0:T0:L0:3 For
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Note: All data on a VMFS volume is lost when the datastore is recreated. Coloured Usernames? Search for: Recent Posts VSAN6 Released !! The command "esxcli system settings advanced set -o /VSAN/FakeSCSIReservations -i 1" should be run on the ESXi Host(The really one),right?
My Plex library is presented to to the VM over USB and it seems I cant have the best of both worlds :-( Reply Sven October 2, 2016 at 8:10 pm Note: vSphere 5.0 and later releases have a block size of 1MB only. Here's the fix to emulate the SCSI reservation: esxcli system settings advanced set -o /VSAN/FakeSCSIReservations -i 1 This needs to be run on each host in the VSAN cluster - a Error Failure. 2015-10-16T19:44:09.983Z cpu2:32787)NMP: nmp_ThrottleLogForDevice:2322: Cmd 0x1a (0x412e80846d40, 0) to dev "mpx.vmhba38:C0:T0:L0" on path "vmhba38:C0:T0:L0" Failed: H:0x0 D:0x2 P:0x0 Valid sense data: 0x5 0x24 0x0.
vmkernel.log: 2015-10-16T19:44:08.410Z cpu3:33315)WARNING: LinScsiLLD: scsi_add_host:573: vmkAdapter (usb-storage) sgMaxEntries rounded to 255. The only solution you have is to try another USB device, or upgrade to 6.0 where all devices are working. Work through each stage of the installer, and when prompted about the license, choose the Evaluation Mode. I'm just curious, as I'm not using that particular configuration any longer, yet found this conversation quite interesting.
Isn't it possible to use both? http://tsmith.co/2013/running-nested-esxi-5-5-on-vsan/ Root password for the ESX server. Could Not Format A Vmfs Volume. Exited With Status 1048320 I figured that it might have something to do with partition tables or MBR not being completely wiped when the MegaRaid utility goes through the array/raid creation process. DarkSim905's take on Sysadmin Related Subreddits /r/sysadmin - Our original home.
Home About Homelab 6th Gen Intel NUC 5th Gen Intel NUC 4th Gen Intel NUC Intel NUC Mac mini Gigabyte BRIX HP Microserver Gen8 HP Microserver NxxL VMware Study Guides VCP6-DCV this contact form Reply Tips for running an Intel NUC Based VMware Homelab | Virten.net - pingback on June 29, 2016 at 8:39 pm [Sammelthread] ZFS Stammtisch - Seite 277 - pingback on July He indicated that my problem may be related to NFS. Copy the contents of the ESX console OS directory to the SSH server.
Reply Thanks for the comment! I want to run VSAN in my lab, and I can't do that with the scratch partition on the datastore. No meems or potato images. http://gsbook.org/could-not/esx-could-not-format-a-vmfs-volume.php Copy the Service Console OS directory back from the SSH server: scp -r
Physical console connection. Having said that, since Nested Virtualization is heavily used at VMware, the VSAN development team has come up with a nifty solution as they too hit this problem early on during Anyway, I managed to get the stick formatted with VMFS and it showed up in vSphere as usable disk storage!
Reply kuldeep June 9, 2016 at 10:41 am Hi, Thanks for this post. I can't even get to the CLI, so I think that the Windows diskpart might be my only hope now. I don't know why, but it's reproducible. This means the following: Green usernames are the subreddits moderators.
Reply Glenn says: 09/08/2015 at 6:52 pm Just a note that this command needs to be run on every host in the Vsan cluster. From the ESX/ESXi console: Use the vmkfstools command to format the VMFS-5 or VMFS-3 datastore (Partition), specifying a Block Size of 1 to 8MB, a friendly name for the datastore, and Can’t format what? Check This Out What gives?
Sure enough, after some searching on the VMware forums, there are others out there with this problem. Reply alex December 6, 2016 at 3:24 pm @ gamexg Where did you get the information for that? Same exact error. TI should be 4 TB 0 Dec 10 07:24 mpx.vmhba39:C0:T0:L0 Reply Leave a Comment Cancel reply NOTE - You can use these HTML tags and attributes: