Seems the service was waiting for the hosts to get back to it and didn´t want to go on with refreshing inventory data until the hosts reported their data. Weird There was an error fetching the SSL certificate for this upgrade. This can happen if your vCenter Single Sign-On service is down. Click Exit Setup to exit. If you are sure And where can I check the logs for UMDS? 1232Views Tags: none (add) This content has been marked as final. Reply zSprawl October 12, 2013 at 2:43 pm | Permalink Make sure you reboot a lot in between the steps of the fix. check over here
Perry 0 0 01/04/12--13:16: VMware Update Manager: Can a list be exported? Reply Single Sign-On Warning 25000 » boche.net - VMware vEvangelist November 13, 2013 at 2:55 pm | Permalink […] The Trouble With SSL Certificates and Upgrading to VMware SSO 5.5 - If it did expire, please replace it with a valid certificate before upgrading to vCenter Single Sign-On 5.5." or the vCenter Upgrade will simply fail and roll back. He has been using VMware products since 1998 and has been deploying ESX solutions since 2002.
Re: Error while downloading patches using UMDS Mike Brown Feb 28, 2012 3:36 AM (in response to nava_thulasi39) Thanks! Are there any 3rd party apps available? Regards 0 0 02/08/12--03:39: Update Manager for Virtual Machine Update Contact us about this article Dear Folks, I have a requirement to The First vcenter will have both its and 2nd vCenters inventory and the Second will have its own and 1st's inventory.
All rights reserved. The fix will require modifying the Windows Registry. Related Posted in CA SSL Certificates, Security, VMware | Tagged SSL, SSL Certificates, VMware, vSphere 5.1, vSphere 5.5 About the Author Michael Webster Michael is Manager of Business Critical Applications Engineering Importing Lookupservice data… CustomAction DoUpdateAndMigrateTasks returned actual error code 1603 (note this may not be 100% accurate if translation happened inside sandbox)" As described in the VMware KB this issue does not
Reply Matt October 5, 2013 at 4:37 am | Permalink I am having the same issue, the registry fix did not work, I still get the warning at the start and I would hazard to guess that given the reputation of the 5.1 vcenter appliance, the difficulty of managing, the difficulty of managing 4.1 certificates, the most common deployment model is this Reinstalled both hosts and the inventory service runs fine! Re: Error while downloading patches using UMDS vCollin Feb 9, 2012 7:33 AM (in response to nava_thulasi39) The error is between UMDS and Internet?
Contact us about this article I have installed free version esxi5. Please verify that the SSL certificate for your vCenter Single Sign-On 5.1 SSL is not expired. I had to rollback to pre-SSO update, reboot, change registry, reboot, then install SSO. Contact us about this article I'm just wondering if everything listed in the patch repository can be exported to a word or excel document. 0 0 03/14/12--11:00: Vsphere client unable to
yes no add cancel older | 1 | .... | 125 | 126 | 127 | (Page 128) | 129 | 130 | 131 | .... | 417 | newer HOME https://kb.vmware.com/kb/2092434 I sure would hate for my server 2003 to be the only way I can connect to my vm host. The uploaded upgrade package cannot be used with vmware vsphere update manager 0 0 02/20/12--01:47: windows 2008 32bit shows as incompatible Contact us about this article Hi all, I have So now might be a good time to review my previous articles and/or use one of the automation solutions that are available.
Disclaimer The views expressed anywhere on this site are strictly mine and not the opinions and views of VMware or anyone else. check my blog Just a heads up for anyone else working through this that even in the workaround configuration, you may still see a warning. What vNIC are you using? Okay, so the VMware Single Sign On upgrade completes and says all is well and now it's time to proceed with the rest of the upgrades. Sounds good, click OK. And….
But I can't find any baseline for Virtual Machine updates or software updates. Re: Error while downloading patches using UMDS nava_thulasi39 Feb 28, 2012 3:13 AM (in response to Mike Brown) Hi Mike,Thanks for the link. Not something that is used regularly? 0 0 01/30/14--06:54: Re: vCenter 5.5 Web Client shows incorrect inventory Contact us about this article Hi, got the issue figured out in our http://prcflow.com/vmware-error/vmware-error-44.html To make the process of updating certificates easier VMware created the VMware Certificate Automation Tool and VMware Partner VSS Labs created vCert Manager. If you're using CA Signed Certificates for your
Please verify that the SSL certificate for your vCenter Single Sign-On 5.1 SSL is not expired. Contact us about this article Just Linked mode will not give you DR solution. What is the best way to update hosts? Thanks 0 0 02/08/12--21:00: Error while downloading patches using UMDS Contact us about this article Hi, I am getting the below
Regardless of the option you choose make sure you have a backup of the vCenter Database and vCenter so you can roll back if needed. -- This post first appeared on So it\'s not just self signed certs that can cause this. Show 6 replies 1. Please type your message and try again. 6 Replies Latest reply: Feb 28, 2012 3:36 AM by Mike Brown Error while downloading patches using UMDS nava_thulasi39 Feb 8, 2012 9:00 PM
Copyright © 2013 – IT Solutions 2000 Ltd and Michael Webster +. The user has db_owner permissions on VMware Update Manager SQL Database. I hope someone here has worked with this product before and can give some info on this. Thank Contact us about this article Ok, then I think linked mode will be the solution for me. http://prcflow.com/vmware-error/vmware-error-511.html Reply James October 18, 2013 at 3:57 am | Permalink From the KB: "If the registry key value is set to the FQDN value you see in the certificate, your system
Reply Rhin October 2, 2013 at 12:23 pm | Permalink I'm experiencing the 511 KB problems, and the registry fix didn't work for me. However on my server 2003, I can connect just fine. I've tried downloading the upgrade bundles and isos and they all fail on various points like the uploaded upgrade is not a valid upgrade package, checksum error, etc. I always have the message "The service is not initialized.
Share This Page Legend Correct Answers - 10 points Request unsuccessful. or can we disable in some other way? 0 0 12/27/11--08:58: Unrecognized file vendor-index.html Contact us about this article I have 1 server out of a cluster on ESXi5 that will What 32 bits ODBC version should i use ? Thanx in advance 0 0 02/14/12--20:47: ESX4 to ESXi5 Upgrade Error Contact us about this article While adding the ESXi 5 The intel team has already finished the installation and I want to revoke the db_owner permissions on MSDB database but I am not sure if the database user needs any permissions
He specializes in designing virtualization solutions for Unix to Linux migrations, business critical applications, disaster avoidance, and mergers and acquisitions. If it did expire, please replace it with a valid certificate before upgrading to vCenter Single Sign-On 5.5. Update Manager scans and remediates Windows and Linux virtual machines for VMware Tools and virtual hardware upgrades. #Update Manager 5.0 does not support virtual machine patch baselines Those were all The file sms.log dated from the day i did the upgrade and nothing also this day. I tried this 2 KB but it didn't solve my problem: - VMware KB:
I am very new to UMDS, can anyone help me how to download all the patches?