If you encounter problems when using Virtual SAN, you can use troubleshooting topics. The topics help you understand the problem and offer you a workaround, when it is available. Using esxcli Commands with Virtual SANUse esxcli commands to obtain information about Virtual SAN and to troubleshoot your Virtual SAN environment. Virtual SAN Configuration on an ESXi Host Might FailIn certain circumstances, the task of configuring Virtual SAN on a particular host might fail. Not Compliant Virtual Machine Objects Do Not Become Compliant InstantlyWhen you use the Check Compliance button, a virtual machine object does not change its status from Not Compliant to Compliant even though Virtual SAN resources have become available and satisfy the virtual machine profile. Virtual SAN Cluster Configuration IssuesAfter 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. Handling Failures in Virtual SANVirtual SAN handles failures of the storage devices, hosts and network in the cluster according to the severity of the failure. You can diagnose problems in Virtual SAN by observing the performance of the Virtual SAN datastore and network. Shutting Down the Virtual SAN ClusterWhen necessary, you can shut down the entire Virtual SAN cluster.