2012-10-31 10:58 AM
2012-10-31 11:40 AM
I have run into this issue a few times and it is always a different cause. The two most common for me
It looks like the failure is due to getting Lun information
Caused by: com.netapp.wfa.util.SqlShellException: <localhost> Failed to load from 'C:\Program Files (x86)\NetApp\WFA\jboss\server\default\tmp\wfa\192.168.1.51-vc.lun-3443510657525740650.dump' into wfa_staging.vc_lun
Also, are you using vCenter 4.x and not 5.x?
2012-10-31 11:55 AM
I'm using VC 5. Strange - I dont have any LUNs - just local datastores
What I am wonderingis, does this prevent all acquisition, or is it possible I am acquiring partial data. I dont know enough about WFA yet.
2012-10-31 12:08 PM
Currently, WFA 1.1.1 only supports up to VC 4.1 so mileage may vary with VC 5.0. This is suppose to be corrected soon... hopefully.
The local datastore is 'technically' a Lun (VMware ESX considers all VMFS type datastores as Luns including the local). With that said, rename the local datastores to be unique and then try again.
Yes, acquisition fails and rolls back to an empty set of cache tables.
2012-10-31 12:13 PM
Hi Jeremi, Stephen et all,
I believe that a short search in our community would dig up the following thread:
It helped several of our users trying to cache from Vcenter and facing some lun-related issue.
Stephen, Please download the file attached in that thread and restore it on your system.
Kindly let us know whether it helped your issue or not.
2012-11-02 08:23 AM
After download the file attached in the thread https://communities.netapp.com/message/89769#89769 and restore it on our system and reset the vc cache we still have the same issue with vCenter 4.1.
2012-11-02 10:23 AM
This is a very important bit of information.
We would like to analyze this issue, as it may require an update to the queries due to some unforseen configuration settings.
We would like to get ASUP file from the machine.
Also, is the WFA machine internal? And the vcenter?
If so we would like to access them.
I will get in touch with you and Jerome ASAP for details.
Thanks for sharing this.