A few days ago we faced an issue with login into vCenter Appliance Management Interface or VAMI with “Unable to authenticate user” error. It was really strange since we were quite sure the password for the root user was correct. File-based backup needed to be configured on the vCenter Server and as you know this configuration can be applied through the VAMI interface. To make sure the password to the root user has not been changed, we tried to connect to the vCenter Server through SSH, and as expected the password was correct! Strange isn’t it?!
In this article, I will explain how you can solve this issue on the vCenter Server Management interface.
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Upgrading vRealize Log Insight is a pretty straightforward process. You need to download the upgrade PAK file from VMware website. Then under the Administration section of the vRLI dashboard, under Management click on Cluster, and on the right panel, select Upgrade Cluster. You might have a standard non-cluster vRLI environment but doesn’t matter the upgrade process goes the same path both for standard and cluster environments. Then you just feed the wizard with the downloaded PAK file and then start the upgrade process. Super easy huh?!
It should go that easy, but as you know, when working in the field things always don’t go as planned!
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After upgrading to vCenter 7 Update 1 , when I tried to browse vCenter HTML5 UI, I faced “no healthy upstream” error. I could access to vCenter Management Interface (VAMI) https://vCenter-IPaddress:5480 without any issues. I could also connect to vCenter Server through SSH but I realized couple of vCenter Server services could not start.
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