If a problem occurs, general alerts and notifications are generated.
|Passive Node is Down||Triggered when the vCenter passive node is down.|
|vCenter HA health is degraded||Triggered when the vCenter HA health is degraded.|
|vCenter License is Overused||Triggered when the vCenter license is overused.|
|vCenter NTP Status is Failed/Down||Triggered when the NTP server of the vCenter is down or has failed.|
|vCenter Backup Job failed||Triggered when the backup job of vCenter has failed.|
|vCenter Server is Down||Triggered when the vCenter Server is down.|
|Services are down in vCenter Server||Triggered when the service of the vCenter Server is not running or is down.|
|External PSC is Down||Triggered when the external PSC VM of vCenter Server is down.|
|Witness Host Node is Down.||Triggered when the vCenter witness host node is down.|
|SDDC Availability Notification||Unable to retrieve the list of services (Guest Auth Failed). vCenter might be DOWN or some of the Critical services are not running.|
|The SDDC Config Notification||vCenter OS Credentials Missing, Services might not be discovered for this vCenter. Configure the VC HOST OS Credential in Inventory Explorer.|
|SDDC Availability Notification||Some of the vCenter Services is either not running or not healthy on vCenter <vCenterName> and the Service name is <serviceName>.|
|SDDC Availability Notification||Host has lost connection to vCenter Server for <Host IP>.|
|SDDC Config Notification||vCenter OS VM Tools Version is below 10.1.|
Note: The VMware SDDC Health Monitoring Solution generates a general notification when any adapter instance fails with a symptom SDDC Availability Notification - Adapter Instance.