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This problem might occur with your vCenter Server Appliance. But it could also happen with other Linux-servers. It might happen when you move the virtual machine, clone it, restore it, recover it from replication or perform any other action where the MAC Address of the virtual machine changes. This is what you would see on the console of the virtual appliance:
This article describes how to create a workflow in vCenter Orchestrator that, when executed from vCAC, moves a provisioned Virtual Machine to a specified Resource Pool. If the Resource Pool does not exist it will be created.
- vCAC Plugin installed in vCO and configured (documentation and download for plugins)
Virtual machines from an existing vSphere environment can be imported into vCloud Automation Center to manage them from there. You perform this action as an Infrastructure Administrator with a tool named Infrastructure Organizer that you will find under the Infrastructure tab in your vCAC administration portal.
The default timeout value for the vCAC web console is 30 minutes. You might find this not long enough or too long, whatever your reasons are, if you want to change it you can.
Access the vCAC Appliance through SSH (with Putty for example) or access the virtual appliance console directly to modify this file:
for 6.0 /usr/lib/vcac/server/webapps/shell-ui-app/WEB-INF/web.xml
for 6.2 /usr/lib/vcac/server/webapps/vcac/WEB-INF/web.xml
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