You can troubleshoot TKG clusters on Supervisor using a variety of methods, including connecting to any cluster node, viewing the cluster resource hierarchy, and collecting log files. What to read next Pull Logs to Troubleshoot TKG Clusters on SupervisorRefer to this topic to pull various logs for troubleshooting TKG clusters on Supervisor, including a Supervisor support bundle, the Workload Management log, and CAPI, CAPV, VM Operator, and TKG Controller Manager logs. Check the Health of TKG Components on SupervisorRefer to this topic for various techniques to check the health of Supervisor with respect to TKG components. Troubleshoot TKG Cluster Connection Problems and Log On ErrorsUse this section to troubleshoot TKG cluster connection problems and log on errors. Troubleshoot TKR Content Library ErrorsRefer to the tips in this topic to troubleshoot TKR content library errors. Troubleshoot VM Class Binding ErrorsVirtual machine classes must be bound to the vSphere Namespacewhere you are provisioning TKG clusters. Troubleshoot TKG Cluster Provisioning ErrorsIf you are unable to provision a TKG cluster, review this list of common errors to troubleshoot. Troubleshoot TKG Cluster Node ErrorsIf you have provisioned a TKG cluster and the nodes are created, but one or more virtual machines does not start or have errors, try these troubleshooting tips. Troubleshoot TKG Cluster Networking ErrorsRefer to the tips in this section to troubleshoot TKG cluster networking errors. Troubleshoot TKG Cluster Upgrade ErrorsIf the update of a TKG cluster fails, you can restart the update job and try the update again. Troubleshoot Container Deployment ErrorsContainer deployment errors might occur if pod security policy and role-based access control are not configured for authenticated users. Troubleshoot Container Registry ErrorsYou can use an external container registry with TKG cluster pods.