How to verify vCenter server 6 is prepared for virtual volumes?

  • Connect to vCenter server using putty session with root account

  • Enable BASH shell as shown in login screen above

  • Switch to BASH shell using “shell command”

  • Switch to /usr/lib/vmware-vpx/sps/conf directory

  • Execute below command to search in the sms-config.xml

  • Verify that the allowHttpUrlForVasaProviders tag value is true. The default value for the AllowHrttpURLForVasaProviders tag is false.
  • Enter exit to log out of the BASH shell.
  • Enter exit to log out of the vCenter Server command line.
  • Close the PuTTY session window.

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