Thank you. service mgmt-vmware restart We were then able to start the VM successfully. Since there is a process running, pid 7570 in the example, you need to kill it by running:Â Â kill -9 7570 8. 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. https://communities.vmware.com/thread/150362?tstart=0
The first encounter was a failed log of VDP appliance on my e-mail inbox, but I am used to logs like this since as I said VDPA does not work always smoothly. How can you find out if any of your VMs needs snapshots to be consolidated? I then got a blue screen on my physical server, probably because I removed the CD to soon (hadn't closed Converter first). If this is the case rename one of the matching VMDK files (preferably not the one used as the boot drive) and with the VM powered down remove the renamed disk
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Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. I Deployed from template and selected experimental option = change disk size and everything seemed to go fine, until I tried to deploy the next VM! Nothing I have tried has worked and the solutions per VM affected have varied…it's very strange. http://techhead.co/vmware-esx-unable-to-access-a-file-since-it-is-locked/ You can simply add the "consolidation" tab to the VI client, find any VMs that require consolidation and kick it off: What went wrong in my case?
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 Virtual Machine Disks Consolidation Failed Re: Unable to access File since it is locked. VMware Data Recovery, as you know better than me, basically backups a running VM taking a snapshot of it, mounting that snapshot to VMware Data Recovery virtual appliance and backupping it I have been working full time in IT since 2001 in 1st to 3rd line and System Administration roles.
If so runservice mgmt-vmware restart Bhaiya_kol we faced the same issue and resolved it by removing the Vm from inventory and then adding it back. http://www.geekshangout.com/vmware-unable-to-access-file-since-it-is-locked/ A VMware-level snapshot was made, the base disk was hot-added to the VM that handles the backup. Disk Consolidation Needed - Unable To Access File Since It Is Locked How it was fixed The solution was, as it is most of the time, simple: I manually removed the base disks from the backup VM (without deleting them from disk of Vmx.lck Unable To Add To Inventory Then an fuser /path/to/locked/filecheck out the Process givenfuser -k /path/to/locked/filecheck VCenter to see if the host is disconnected.
Thank you again and happy holidays! this contact form And my luck was, that selecting "consolidate" ended in that one brilliant error: Unable to access file since it is locked. Got all working properly! Oracle UCM: Site Studio (Part 2) Oracle UCM: Site Studio for eXternal Applications ... Cannot Delete Vmdk File From Datastore
Now what you need to do is work out what is actually locking this file and then (unsurprisingly) find a way to unlock it. Bryan says: July 7, 2014 at 20:53 services.sh restart from cli worked for me as well. I wanted to make sure that is how you did it before I proceed. have a peek here The content ID of the parent virtual disk does not match the corresponding parent content ID in the child December 22, 2014 After resetting a local profile on Windows Vista or
Once the kill is complete the files should be released. Failed To Initialize Swap File Lock Was Not Free Also, check out Tecumseh's posting here. 2. Doug Rafuse says: September 17, 2013 at 17:16 Ben's solution of performing a storage vMotion (whether the machine be off or on), then running Consolidate worked perfectly.
I restarted the VM to check that everything is ok. Pressing the "Consolidate" button did not solved the problem neither. It seemed that the problem is bigger than I first thought. bjorn bats i you know how it happend only a restart of the vc agent can do the trick. Vmware Kb Investigating Virtual Machine File Locks On Esxi/esx Using the command: lsof | grep ‘VM name' I found that not my VMX was locked, but my -flat.vmdk.
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