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VMware errors

This topic lists the VMware-specific errors that you may encounter during VMware configuration. 

VMWARE1

Error MessageVirtual machine not found. [Failed to find VM with UUID: %s"%(inst_uuid)]

Error Description:   The error can occur because of one of the following reasons:

  • Virtual machine is configured with backup proxy and
    • Virtual machine is deleted from VCenter/ESX host.
    • Virtual machine is in an invalid state.
    • Virtual machine is in an orphan state.

Note: If you delete a configured virtual machine from the ESXi host or vCenter, it will still be listed under configured virtual machine list until you explicitly delete it from Phoenix. For more information, see Delete a virtual machine configured for backup

Error Solution:   To resolve this error:

  • Restore to original:  Try to restore to an alternate location.

VMWARE2

Error Message:   Unable to connect to the VCenter\ ESX host. [Unable to connect to the VCenter\ ESX host [ip address].]

                                        OR

                                     Unable to connect to the VCenter\ ESX host.[Host not found for IP address: <ip_address>]

Error Description:  The error can occur:

  • If the backup proxy is unable to connect ESX host/ Vcenter.

Error Solution:   To resolve this error:

  • Check network settings of ESX Host/Vcenter.
  • The ESX host with ip/FQDN should be running.
  • Check if the backup-proxy can ping ESX host/Vcenter.

VMWARE3

Error Message:   Missing credentials for vCenter server/ ESXi host.[Credential not found in credential file.]

                                       OR

                                       Missing credentials for vCenter server/ ESXi host.[Credential file does not contain data.]

Error Description:  The error can occur if:

  • Credential not found in the credential file: If for some reason ip address of ESX host / vCenter in store credential file is changed, i.e credential file contain invalid IP address of ESX host\ vCenter.
  • Credential file does not contain data:  If the internal store credential file is empty or deleted.

Error Solution:   To resolve the error:

VMWARE4

Error MessagePhoenix Internal Error

Error Solution:   Contact Druva Support

VMWARE5

Error Message:  All disks of the VM are Independent/Physical mode disks.

Error Description:  Phoenix does not support back up of virtual machines, which have all disks in the Independent/Physical mode.

VMWARE6

Error Message:  Phoenix Internal Error

Error Solution:  Contact Druva Support

VMWARE7

Error MessageInsufficient User Permission.

Error Solution:  The error can occur if you do not have adequate privileges. For more information. see Required User permission.

VMWARE8

Error Message:  No disk found in VM for backup

Error Description:  The error can occur while backing up the virtual machine that does not have vmdk files. 

VMWARE9

Error MessagePhoenix Internal Error

Error Solution:  Contact Druva Support

VMWARE10

Error Message: Failed to copy VM file.[Failed to upload <file_name> file on datastore: [ <datastore_name> ]. HTTPS Error Code:<http_error_code>]

                                    OR
                                    Failed to copy VM file.[Failed to copy <file_name> file from datstore: [ <datastore_name> ]. HTTPS Error Code: <hytp_error_code>]

Error Description: The error can occur if:

  • Virtual machine manifest file is not downloaded.
  • Virtual machine nvram file is not downloaded.
  • Virtual machine​​​​​​​ nvram file is not uploaded.

Error Solution:  To resolve the error:

  • Check HTTP accessibility from browser (e.g. http:/<vcenter/esx ip/fqdn>/folder/<vm_path>/<vm_nvram_file>)
  •  Check required user permission.                   
  •  Resolve HTTP error, if any.

VMWARE65535

Error MessagePhoenix Internal Error

Error Solution:  Contact Druva Support