Tag - vVols
My customer has successfully rolled out VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (or “vVols”) in their environment. They’re loving the simplicity of storage management in vSphere, but were a little stuck when they added a pair of newly installed ESXi hosts to their environment. The hosts were not mounting the vVols datastore as expected meaning hosts could not run VMs backed by vVols. All existing hosts were OK. To start, they dug in to the logs at /var/log/vvold.
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