You must power on vCloud Availability components in a specific order.

Procedure

  1. (Optional) If you stopped the vCloud Director service on the vCloud Director instances in your environment, use SSH to connect to vCloud Director as root.

    Start the vCloud Director service by running the following command:

    # service vmware-vcd start
  2. If you stopped the vCloud Director service on the Cloud Proxy instances in your environment, use SSH to connect to the Cloud Proxy as root.

    Start the vCloud Director service by running the following command:

    # service vmware-vcd start
    Important:

    Repeat this step for each Cloud Proxy in your environment.

  3. Use SSH to connect to the vSphere Replication Server appliance as root.

    Start the vSphere Replication Server instance by running the following command:

    # service hbrsrv start
    Important:

    Repeat this step for each vSphere Replication Server appliance in your environment.

  4. Use SSH to connect to the vSphere Replication Manager appliance as root.

    Start the vSphere Replication Manager instance by running the following command:

    # service hms start
    Important:

    Repeat this step for each vSphere Replication Manager appliance in your environment.

  5. Use SSH to connect to the vSphere Replication Cloud Service appliance as root.

    Start the vSphere Replication Cloud Service instance by running the following command:

    # service hcs start
    Important:

    Repeat this step for each vSphere Replication Cloud Service appliance in your environment.

  6. Use SSH to connect to the vCloud Availability Portal host as root.

    Start the vCloud Availability Portal service by running the following command:

    # systemctl start vcav-ui
  7. Use SSH to connect to the vCloud Availability Administration Portal host as root.

    Start the vCloud Availability Administration Portal service by running the following command:

    # systemctl start vcav-smp