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 Configuring Virtual SAN Network.|
|VSAN network is not configured||Configure Virtual SAN network. See Configuring Virtual SAN Network.|
|Host cannot communicate with all other nodes in the VSAN enabled cluster||Might be caused by network isolation. See Networking Requirements for Virtual SAN 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 Designing the Virtual SAN Network.|