Exiting Maintenance Mode “end of header not found”

While running through a large vSAN cluster upgrade project recently i ran into the occasional issue where hosts would fail to exit maintenance mode following an upgrade from ESXi 6.7U3 to 7.0. The error seen was “A general system error occurred: end of header not found” This is caused by unused entries in the hostd

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Reconfigure your VMs following a vSphere Replication Failover

Unfortunately were not always lucky enough to have an awesome product like SRM to manage DR for us and we have to make do with the tools we have available. While vSphere replication will allow you to automatically replicate VMs between sites, that’s about it… once you fail over, it can be a long manual

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Check host domain membership

Quick one line list all host in a cluster and display their domain membership status Get-Datacenter $global:DCChoice | Get-Cluster $global:CLUChoice | get-vmhost | Get-VMHostAuthentication | select -Property VMhost, @{N=”Domain”;E={$_.vmhost.Domain}},@{N=”DomainMembershipStatus”;E={$_.vmhost.DomainMembershipStatus}}  810 total views

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