Common Fault issues in VMware Infrastructure

untitledCommon Fault issues in VMware Infrastructure

1007819  :- Dealing with an unresponsive virtual machine
1007802  :-Confirming a virtual machine is unresponsive
1007805  :-Locating a virtual machine log files on an ESX host
1004344  :-Identifying causes of not being able to power cycle ESX Server virtual machines
1007808  :-Ensuring a virtual machine is not inaccessible due to a VMware VirtualCenter issue
1007813   :-Troubleshooting a virtual machine that has become unresponsive because of an ESX host
1007814   :-Troubleshooting a virtual machine that is unresponsive because of configuration issues
1007818   :-Dealing with unresponsive guest OS issues

1007808 :- Ensuring a virtual machine is not inaccessible due to a VMware VirtualCenter issue
1003895 :- Stopping, starting, or restarting the VirtualCenter Server service
1002687 :- Virtual machine stops responding in a Power On state in VirtualCenter
7114568 :-Cannot Power on Virtual Machines, “Not enough licenses installed to perform operation” Error Message
1004592 :-Vmware VirtualCenter console displays handshake error.

1007813 :- Troubleshooting a virtual machine that has become unresponsive because of an ESX host
1003751 :- Verifying that ESX virtual machine storage is accessible
1004144 :-ESX Server virtual machines stop responding due to shared storage connectivity issues
1003755 :-Verifying sufficient free disk space for an ESX virtual machine
1003564 :-Investigating disk space on an ESX host
1003659 :- Identifying shared storage issues with ESX 3.x
1006791 :-Server stops responding and shows errors on a purple screen
10051     :- Virtual machine does not power on because of missing or locked files
1003690 :-Ensuring your hardware is functioning correctly
1004005 :-[Internal] Third Party System Management agents in the Service Console
1007814 :-Troubleshooting a virtual machine that is unresponsive because of configuration issues
1005734 :-Troubleshooting a virtual machine that stops responding or fails when the CD-ROM entry is ATAPI
1001637 :-Virtual machine does not power on and there is high CPU reservation
1002025 :-Virtual machine stops responding during backup
1002836 :-Why snapshot removal can stop a virtual machine virtual machine for long time
1003164 :-Guest stops responding after connecting a USB CD-ROM

1007818 :-Dealing with unresponsive guest OS issues
1004007 :-Investigating operating system disk space
1007577 :-Do not use guest OS performance tools to monitor virtual machine performance
1007866 :-Using Windows Event Viewer to identify the cause of an unresponsive or failed virtual machine
1004764 :-Using Windows Event Viewer to identify the cause of an unresponsive or failed virtual machine