I recently upgraded from 4.1 to the 4.2x3 beta release, I am using Edge VSA 8.1.1x39 in my home lab. vCenter and ESXi hosts are all running on 5.1 with the latest patches. Here is a screenshot of the Provisioning and Cloning tab where there are no controllers listed. Nothing else has changed. How can I fix this?
I am having the same issue. ESXi/vCenter 5.1, ONTAP Edge 8.2, and VSC 4.1. When I add the controllers under Monitoring and Host Configuration, it says "None" under Supported Protocols. I have node locked licenses and NFS/iSCSI enabled and running, so this is impossible. The systems still show up under Monitoring and Host Configuration, but when I go to Provisioning and Cloning, I get the same error (No Controllers found).
I just tried these steps above and was unable to correct the problem. I even tried to stop all NetApp services, delete the file, and then reboot vCenter to see if it comes up properly. I am running VSC 4.2x3 (beta)
I also am having an issue adding 2 new controllers to the Monitoring and Host Configuration Tab. Getting the error: "The call failed on the server; see server"
2013-04-24 13:37:22,928 [qtp996627145-28] DEBUG (ControllerUtil) - getONTAPIVersion: ONTAPI version found to be: 1.17
2013-04-24 13:37:23,396 [qtp996627145-28] ERROR (gwt-log) - [192.168.1.122] 2013-04-24 13:36:51,113 [ERROR] Error: The call failed on the server; see server log for details
Note: 192.168.1.122 is the IP address of some random DHCP device on my network completely unrelated to the NetApp or VMware environment. It is actually an android device. I have no idea where it is getting that from, it has never been used here.