We currently have a VMM deploying towards VMwares vCenter, however we are seeing some cosmetic timeout faults(?) using the Virtual Edge.
Fault delegate: Operational issues detected for Host in VMM controller: IP with name vCenter-VM in datacenter vCenter Datacenter in domain: VMM-Domain due to error: AVE timed out.
We are currently seeing this fault 6 times (we have moved vCenter to 6 different hosts using vMotion). Each time we move the vCenter to a new ESXi host we get a new fault from the new ESXi server, and the older ESXi host faults are not clearing.
Have we done any configuration issues to get this cosmetic fault, or is this "business as usual" for a AVE deployment with a virtual vCenter?
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