I am troubleshooting the new Host Service 1.1 on vSphere5 and having trouble registering it.
Just says “Failed to configure DataFabric Manager server IP address: 172.16.3.32 and port: 8488 on the Host Service”
When I look on the vCenter server (where host services is installed) I see it trying on the log...says Communication failure between HostAgent and DFM server: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel with authority 'dfm-32:8488'. Please make sure DFM server is up running.
DFM server is up and running with no problems.
Windows Firewalls are turned off on both servers.
DNS is working both forward/reverse on both hosts.
I have re-installed Host Services on vcenter server, but no change and installer completes with no errors on both initial and reinstall.
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I am having exactly the same problem and have been for the past week... could you please detail for me how the following step is done, ideally I would like to avoid re-installing the Host software on our vCenter server.
Force HS to exchange certificate with DFM again using following command in HS powershell : Configure-HostService -options authorize::false
I can't seem to find where the powershell cmdlets are located or can "Configure-HostService" be run from just entering powershell on the Host Service server.
PS C:\Documents and Settings\snapdrive> Get-HSConfiguration
HostServiceId : 536 HostServiceVersion : 22.214.171.1242 HostServiceTimeZone : GMT Standard Time HostDNSName : csovmvc01.xx.xxxx.xx HostOperatingSystem : Microsoft Windows NT 5.2.3790 Service Pack 2 DFMNameOrIPAddress : 10.11.8.31 EndpointAddress : https://10.11.8.31:8488/apis/soap/v1 Port : 8488
Going back to the DFM console and running "dfm hs list" it is still showing the host as down and the same error messages are being shown in the D:\Program Files\NetApp\OnCommand Host Package\Host Service\OnCommandHostSvc.log
One thing I have noticed since the re-install when I open "Start" "All Programs" "NetApp" it doesnt show " On-Command Windows Powershell Cmdlets" anymore.....