Please, describe the problem here and provide additional information below (if applicable) …
Some of VMware vcenter VM’s are not visible under Wildes vm , i even try to run CLI command also to import vm but a gatting error (No importable wilds with name XX found)
OpenNebula Version:- 5.6
Vcenter Version :- 6.5
Versions of the related components and OS (frontend, hypervisors, VMs):
Steps to reproduce:
Hi Ranveer, could you upload the command you’re using and the output of the command?
Thanks for support mouyaq
I connected my vmware (POC-Cluster) and then under Wilds VM some of the VM’s are missing which are part of same POC-Cluster. they are visible under my vcenter cluster but not visible under OpenNebula.
I used below command to import VM’s :-
[root@ A ]# onehost importvm 0 “app03 - POC-Cluster”
No importable wilds with name ‘app03 - POC-Cluster’ found.
[root@B ]# onehost importvm 0 “app04 - POC-Cluster”
No importable wilds with name ‘app04 - POC-Cluster’ found.
There is any error into oned.log?
/var/lib/one/remotes/im/vcenter.d/poll - - - - <cluster_id>
Could you execute the command above and send us oned.log?
You can get <cluster_id> with the command
I am not finding any error in /var/log/one/oned.log file error after running the command /var/lib/one/remotes/im/vcenter.d/poll - - - - 0 its pull all information related to vcenter.
oned.log outpt :-
Thu Aug 29 11:06:22 2019 [Z0][ReM][D]: Req:4560 UID:0 one.system.config invoked
Thu Aug 29 11:06:22 2019 [Z0][ReM][D]: Req:4560 UID:0 one.system.config result SUCCESS, “<API_LIST_…”
Could you send us the complete file oned.log after execute the poll?
And also the output of onehost show -x