Vmware time configuration not updating
If this happens, SSH to the v CSA and check the contents of a log file called If that’s the case, proceed with rebooting the appliance so the changes can take root.
If not, scour the log file for hints as to what went wrong and revert back to snapshot. The appliance’s version will read to the latest even though the appliance needs to be rebooted.
Before trying out any of these methods, make sure to snapshot and/or take a backup of the appliance just in case the update fails.
15/01/17 Another guest post from Daniel Newton Now that we have the web console instead of the VI client, and don’t have a windows machine anymore, it would be better to use the web console.
Right-Click on Host Profile, then select Enable/Disable Profile Configuration…
Under your Profile Structure, select Firewall configuration Next, under Ruleset Configuration, scroll down to snmp Under Check the Check Box, snmp Step # 4 Under your Profile Structure, within the main section. Under Check the Check Box, SNMP Agent Configuration, next Click OK button.
Step # 5 Re-Check Host Compliance, this time your VMware v Sphere ESXi 5.5 Host should be Compliant.
As of this writing, v Center 6.5.0d has been released which gives me the opportunity to update my lab’s v CSA (v Center Server Appliance) to this latest release and write about it as well.