If the address of vCenter Server is not set to a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) or to a literal address, the vSphere Replication service can stop unexpectedly or fail to start after a reboot.
The vSphere Replication service stops running or does not start after a reboot. The error unable to resolve host: non-fully-qualified-name appears in the vSphere Replication logs.
- In the vSphere Client, select VirtualCenter.FQDN key is set to either a fully qualified domain name or to a literal address. and check that the
- Connect to the VAMI of the vSphere Replication appliance in a Web browser.
The URL for the VAMI is https://vr-appliance-address:5480.
You can also access the VAMI by clicking Configure VR Appliance in the Summary tab in the vSphere Replication view of the Site Recovery Manager interface.
- Enter the same FQDN or literal address for vCenter Server as you set for the VirtualCenter.FQDN key.
- Click Save and Restart Service to apply the changes.