An action might not appear on an object, such as a host or virtual machine, because VMware Aria Automation is managing that object.
Actions such as Rebalance Container might not appear in the drop-down menu when you view the actions for your data center.
- If a data center is managed by VMware Aria Automation, actions do not appear.
- If a data center is not managed by VMware Aria Automation, you can act on the virtual machines that VMware Aria Automation is not managing.
When VMware Aria Automation manages the child objects of a data center or custom data center container, the actions that are normally available on those objects do not appear. They are not available because the action framework excludes actions on objects that VMware Aria Automation manages. You cannot turn on or turn off the exclusion of actions on objects that VMware Aria Automation manages. This behavior is normal.
If you removed the VMware Aria Automation adapter instance, but did not select the Remove related objects check box, the actions are still disabled.
Make actions available on the objects in your data center or custom data center in one of two ways. Either confirm that VMware Aria Automation is not managing the objects, or perform the steps in this procedure to remove the VMware Aria Automation adapter instance.
- To allow actions on an object, go to your VMware Aria Automation instance.
- Perform the action in VMware Aria Automation, such as to move a virtual machine.