Adding ESX host to vCenter: Ca…
Adding ESX host to vCenter: Cannot install the vCenter agent service
posted on April 29th 2015, at 16:49
When attempting to add an ESX host to vCenter, you may get one of the following errors:
Cannot install the vCenter agent service: Cannot upload agent.
Cannot install the vCenter agent service: unknown installer error
Below is a list of most common errors:
Check whether the host is accessible through port 902/tcp. Check the firewall settings and/or routing between the ESX hosts and the vCenter server.
Check whether there is sufficient space on the ESX disk. If there's not enough space, this often gets logged in /var/log/syslog.log during the installation of a VIB.
Usually the problem occurs with the tmp partition (i.e. scratch disk) being full or almost full. You n
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