UCS Director 6.7 performance - Slow VMware Inventory Collector
At this moment i have a single-node implementation of UCS-Director on VMware ESXi.
This UCS-D is connected to a VMware vCenter (6.7) which currently hosts: 14 ESXi servers and approx. 1200 VMs. At this moment the VMware inventory collector (the default System Task) takes approx 70 minutes to do an inventory of this vCenter.
I would like to know if this is common behaviour (does anyone of you see the same duration for a task like this) and is there anyone one who fixed this problem for instance by implementing service nodes (is a service node supported for a single-node setup?)
I also tested the inventory on an empty vCenter (no hosts and/or VMs). On that virtual account the inventory finished in 1 second.
I've got a 6.7 multi-node (primary and DB) install, and for our primary datacenter (which has 23 hosts and about 3000 VMs), each inventory cycle takes around 180 minutes.
That being said, the length of time hasn't caused us any actual issue so far - do you have specific concerns about the time?
Also to note, I believe the entire concept of Service Nodes was removed in 6.7 (I do see the same message you do about none being available, but all traces of service nodes were removed from the UI in the upgrade from 6.6 to 6.7).
In this article, we are providing sample work flows for the private cloud management solution. In our topology, ACI is used for network. We have placed the BMA outside the UCS fabric and connected through L3 switch. The UCS ser...
This workflow will log onto a WLC and find the connected AP(s) and test if they are on the network.
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This came together via several parties of people (Sasha, Russ and Michael Z.)
The original question was this:
When deploying open automation connector module and trying to create side menu per UCSD docs
This contribution was provided by: Sabina Al Farah.
Many thanks go out to Sabina Al Farah.
2 Workflows are attached :
Ceph - Setup Cluster - using Ansible - on RHEL
Ceph - Provision Block Storage
This is an integration example between UCSD and Cohesity.
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