After you make any changes to Virtual SAN configuration, vCenter Server performs validation checks for Virtual SAN configuration. Validation checks are also performed as a part of a host synchronization process. If vCenter Server detects any configuration problems, it displays error messages.
A number of error messages indicate that vCenter Server has detected a problem with Virtual SAN configuration.
|Virtual SAN Configuration Error||Solution|
|Host with the VSAN service enabled is not in the vCenter cluster||Add the host to the Virtual SAN cluster.
|Host is in a VSAN enabled cluster but does not have VSAN service enabled||Verify whether Virtual SAN network is properly configured and enabled on the host. See Virtual SAN Networking Requirements and Best Practices in the vSphere Storage documentation.|
|VSAN network is not configured||Configure Virtual SAN network. See Set Up Networking for Virtual SAN in the vSphere Storage documentation.|
|Host cannot communicate with all other nodes in the VSAN enabled cluster||Might be caused by network isolation. See Virtual SAN Networking Requirements and Best Practices in the vSphere Storage documentation.|
|Found another host participating in the VSAN service which is not a member of this host's vCenter cluster.||Make sure that the Virtual SAN cluster configuration is correct and all Virtual SAN hosts are in the same subnet. See Virtual SAN Networking Requirements and Best Practices in the vSphere Storage documentation.|