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vApp Deployment and Configuration
Guide
vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.5
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www.vmware.comContents
vCenter Operations Manager Deployment and Configuration Guide 5

1 Introducing vCenter Operations Manager 7
vCenter Operations Manager Architecture 7
vCenter Operations Manager and vCenter Server Connections 8
Integrating vCenter Operations Manager and the vSphere Client 9
Integrating with VMware vCenter Infrastructure Navigator 9
vCenter Operations Manager Licensing 10
Certificate Warnings 10
How vCenter Operations Manager Uses Network Ports 10
Deployment Planning Worksheet 11
Finding More Information 12

2 Installing vCenter Operations Manager 13
Configure Network Parameters for the vCenter Operations Manager vApp 14
Deploy the vCenter Operations Manager vApp 15
Set the ESX Host Time 16
Define the vCenter Server System to Monitor 16
Assign the vCenter Operations Manager License 18
Configure the SMTP and SNMP Settings for vCenter Operations Manager 19
Configure the Default Sender in Email Notifications 19
Install a Custom SSL Certificate for vCenter Operations Manager 20
Grant Access to vCenter Operations 21

3 Verifying the vCenter Operations Manager Installation 23
Verifying the vCenter Operations Manager Installation from the vSphere Client 23
Verify the vCenter Operations Manager Installation from a Browser 24

4 Installing a vCenter Operations Manager Adapter 25
Install an Adapter on a vApp 25

5 Managing the Infrastructure Navigator Adapter 27
Modifying Adapter Configuration Properties 27
Viewing System Log Files 28
Infrastructure Navigator Adapter Classes 28

6 Updating vCenter Operations Manager 29
Updating Virtual Appliance Software to the vCenter Operations Manager vApp 29
Upgrade Paths for vCenter Operations Manager 29
Upgrade Requirements 30
Add a Hard Disk to a Virtual Machine 30
VMware, Inc. 3Upgrade the vApp 31
Upgrade the OS to SLES 11 SP3 for vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.x 32

7 Managing vCenter Operations Manager 33
Change the Password of the Root User 33
Change the Password of the Administrator User 33
Create and Download a Support Bundle 34
Index 35
vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide
4 VMware, Inc.vCenter Operations Manager Deployment and
Configuration Guide
The vCenter Operations Manager Deployment and Configuration Guide provides information about installing
and upgrading VMware
®
vCenter Operations Manager.
Intended Audience
This guide is intended for anyone who wants to install or upgrade vCenter Operations Manager.
VMware, Inc. 5vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide
6 VMware, Inc.Introducing
vCenter Operations Manager 1
vCenter Operations Manager is an application used to monitor and manage the health, capacity, and
performance of your virtual environment.
vCenter Operations Manager includes the Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise Editions. All editions are
available in vApp format.
This chapter includes the following topics:
n “vCenter Operations Manager Architecture,” on page 7
n “vCenter Operations Manager and vCenter Server Connections,” on page 8
n “Integrating vCenter Operations Manager and the vSphere Client,” on page 9
n “Integrating with VMware vCenter Infrastructure Navigator,” on page 9
n “vCenter Operations Manager Licensing,” on page 10
n “Certificate Warnings,” on page 10
n “How vCenter Operations Manager Uses Network Ports,” on page 10
n “Deployment Planning Worksheet,” on page 11
n “Finding More Information,” on page 12
vCenter Operations Manager Architecture
vCenter Operations Manager is a vApp that you import and deploy with a vCenter Server system.
Understanding the vCenter Operations Manager vApp
vCenter Operations Manager is distributed as a vApp that you can import and deploy to a Virtualization
platform, such as ESX. A vApp has the same basic operation as a virtual machine, but can contain multiple
virtual machines or appliances. The same vApp exists for the Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise Editions.
Distribution Formats
The vApp is distributed as an Open Virtualization Format (OVF) file. The vSphere Client provides an
import vApp workflow that guides you in deploying vApps in OVF format.
The vCenter Operations Manager vApp is managed using the Administration Portal which is a Web console
for configuration and management tasks.
VMware, Inc. 7vApp Components
vCenter Operations Manager architecture consists of two virtual machines. The following section describes
the vCenter Operations Manager key components of the vApp Architecture.
UI VM
The UI VM allows you to access the results of the analytics in the form of badges and scores using the Web-
based application for the UI VM. It also allows you access to the Administration Portal in order to perform
management tasks. The applications in UI VM are described as follows:
vSphere Web
Application
The vCenter Operations Manager vSphere UI provides a summary and
deeper views into the vSphere environment.
Enterprise Web
Application
The vCenter Operations Manager Enterprise application provides a
customizable Web-based user interface. It is available using the Enterprise
edition and provides a view into the entire enterprise.
Administration Web
Application
The vCenter Operations Manager Administration Portal provides a user
interface for vCenter Operations Manager maintenance and management
tasks.
Analytics VM
The Analytics VM is responsible for collecting data from vCenter Server, vCenter Configuration Manager,
and third party data sources, such as metrics, topology, and change events. Raw data is stored in its scalable
File System Database (FSDB). The components in Analytics VM are described as follows:
Capacity and
Performance Analytics
Checks the incoming metrics for abnormalities in real time, updates health
scores, and generates alerts when necessary.
Capacity Collector Collects metrics and computes derived metrics.
FileSystem Database Stores the collected metrics statistics.
Postgres DB Stores all other data collected, including objects, relationships, events,
dynamic thresholds, and alerts.
vCenter Operations Manager and vCenter Server Connections
A single vCenter Operations Manager server can connect to one or to multiple vCenter Server instances. All
communications between vCenter Operations Manager and vCenter Server take place over an SSL
connection and are authenticated by public key certificates or stored certificates.
When vCenter Operations Manager is connected to multiple vCenter Server instances, you have a common
view across all vCenter Server instances for all reporting features.
Basic Deployment
A basic deployment connects vCenter Operations Manager to a single vCenter Server.
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8 VMware, Inc.Multi-Site Deployment
vCenter Operations Manager can connect to vCenter Server instances that are linked. These servers are
required to have common logins. If you configure vCenter Operations Manager to connect to multiple
vCenter Server instances, you must have login privileges to all the vCenter Server instances and use the
same password for login.
Integrating vCenter Operations Manager and the vSphere Client
You can start vCenter Operations Manager from the vSphere Client.
To integrate with the vSphere Client, install the vCenter Operations Manager plug-in. After the plug-in is
installed and you start the vSphere Client, it will discover the plug-in and load it automatically. After the
plug-in is initialized and loaded, the vCenter Operations Manager icon is available under the Solutions
and Applications section of the vSphere Client`s home page. Click the icon to launch
vCenter Operations Manager in a new view.
NOTE This functionality only works with the vSphere Client 4.0 Update 2 or later.
Integrating with VMware vCenter Infrastructure Navigator
vCenter Operations Manager supports the integration with vCenter Infrastructure Navigator.
Infrastructure Navigator is an application awareness plug-in to the vCenter Server. Infrastructure Navigator
probes the virtual machine entities inside the vCenter Server and provides application related information.
After Infrastructure Navigator integration with vCenter Operations Manager, the application related
information is displayed in the Relationships tab under the Environment tab of
vCenter Operations Manager.
Compatibility Requirements
Infrastructure Navigator can integrate vCenter Operations Manager with vCenter Server 5.0 or later with
Infrastructure Navigator version 1.2 and 2.0.
Deployment
The integration of Infrastructure Navigator with vCenter Operations Manager is seamless. After vCenter
Operations is downloaded and installed, the Infrastructure Navigator adapter is created when you register a
vCenter Server to monitor. If the vCenter Server has Infrastructure Navigator installed and configured,
vCenter Operations Manager displays application related information in the vSphere user interface.
Managing the vCenter Infrastructure Navigator Adapter
You can view the Infrastructure Navigator adapter from the custom user interface. You cannot add, edit, or
delete the Infrastructure Navigator adapter. For management tasks, see Chapter 5, “Managing the
Infrastructure Navigator Adapter,” on page 27.
Chapter 1 Introducing vCenter Operations Manager
VMware, Inc. 9vCenter Operations Manager Licensing
vCenter Operations Manager and vCenter Server licensing are separate. You can purchase a product license
for the Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise editions of vCenter Operations Manager.
A full license is a permanent license that gives you access to editions of vCenter Operations Manager and all
updates. This license does not have an expiration date. For vCenter Operations Manager Standard and
Advanced, the license is virtual machine based and sets the limit on how many virtual machines
vCenter Operations Manager call pull data from. For vCenter Operations Manager Enterprise, the license is
not virtual machine based and there are no limits on virtual machines or resources.
To apply a license key, see “Assign the vCenter Operations Manager License,” on page 18.
For more information about licensing, see the VMware licensing portal.
Certificate Warnings
When you access vCenter Operations Manager from a browser, security warnings are reported. Warnings
are generated if the certificate is self-signed and not signed by a recognized Certificate Authority (CA) or the
distinguished name field of the certificate does not match the hostname of the server. You must accept the
certificate to proceed with the connection.
How vCenter Operations Manager Uses Network Ports
vCenter Operations Manager uses several different network ports to communicate with vCenter Server and
vCenter Operations Manager components.
The vCenter Operations Manager client uses the following TCP ports to connect to the
vCenter Operations Manager server. Configure your external firewalls so that these ports are open.
NOTE VMware does not support the customization of server ports.
Network Ports
The following table lists the default vCenter Operations Manager port access connections.
Table 1‑1. Port Access Requirements for vCenter Operations Manager vApp
Port Number Description
22 Enables SSH access to the vCenter Operations Manager
vApp
80 Redirects to port 443
443 Used to access the vCenter Operations Manager Admin
Portal and the vCenter Operations Manager application
1194 Sets the tunnel between UI VM and Analytics VM
vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide
10 VMware, Inc.Deployment Planning Worksheet
Use the deployment planning worksheet to prepare for your vCenter Operations Manager deployment.
Table 1 ‑2. Deployment Planning Worksheet
Component Considerations
vCenter Operations Manager Read the system requirements for vCenter Operations
Manager. For current information about system
requirements, see the vCenter Operations Manager release
notes at https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-
pubs.html.
vApp Determine the sizing requirements. Read the vCenter
Operations Manager Sizing Guidelines KB article (2057607)
at http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2057607.
vCenter Server Determine which vCenter Server you will deploy
vCenter Operations Manager from. The vCenter Server
must be compatible with vCenter Operations Manager. See
the vCenter Operations Manager release notes for
supported versions at
https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-pubs.html.
vCenter Server Network Parameters Use the vSphere Client to configure the network
parameters before you deploy the
vCenter Operations Manager vApp. See “Configure
Network Parameters for the vCenter Operations Manager
vApp,” on page 14.
Port Number Assignments Make sure that you configure your firewalls so that the
following ports are open:
n 22: Enables SSH access
n 80: Redirects to port 443
n 443: vApp Admin UI and the
vCenter Operations Manager application.
n 1194: Tunnel for the UI VM and Analytics VM
See “How vCenter Operations Manager Uses Network
Ports,” on page 10 for port requirements.
vCenter Server Hostname or IP Address Determine which Hostname or IP address
vCenter Operations Manager will monitor and collect data
from.
vCenter Server Password You must have the administrator username and password
for the vCenter Server vCenter Operations Manager will
monitor and collect data from.
vCenter Operations Manager License Obtain a license key and register
vCenter Operations Manager. See “Assign the vCenter
Operations Manager License,” on page 18.
VMware VirtualCenter Management Webservices vCenter Operations Manager requires vCenter Server to
run this service.
Time synchronization The time of the ESX system that hosts the
vCenter Operations Manager vApp and the vCenter Server
must be synchronized. The vApp clock synchronizes with
and depends on the ESX host clock.
Chapter 1 Introducing vCenter Operations Manager
VMware, Inc. 11Finding More Information
See the following documents for additional information about using vCenter Operations Manager.
vCenter Operations Manager Documentation
The vCenter Operations Manager release notes provides product overview and a description of known
issues. It always provides the current system requirements for vCenter Operations Manager. See the
vCenter Operations Manager release notes at https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-pubs.html.
The vCenter Operations Manager Getting Started Guide provides information about the
vCenter Operations Manager planning process. Documentation for vCenter Operations Manager is available
at http://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-pubs.html.
The vCenter Operations Manager in-product help is a Web-based help system. Online help is available
through the help menu and from context-sensitive links within the vCenter Operations Manager user
interface.
The vCenter Operations Manager Administration Portal in-product help is a Web-based system. Online help
is available through the help menu and from context-sensitive links within the Administration Portal user
interface.
vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide
12 VMware, Inc.Installing
vCenter Operations Manager 2
The installation process for vCenter Operations Manager includes configuring network and clock settings,
deploying and registering vCenter Operations Manager with a vCenter Server system, licensing the
vCenter Operations Manager extension on the vCenter Server system, and granting user access.
Before you Begin
Verify that you have read the system requirements for vCenter Operations Manager. For current
information about system requirements, see the vCenter Operations Manager release notes at
https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-pubs.html.
Refer to the VMware Compatibility Guide for more information about VMware certified compatibility for
vCenter Operations Manager at http://www.vmware.com/resources/guides.html
This chapter includes the following topics:
n “Configure Network Parameters for the vCenter Operations Manager vApp,” on page 14
n “Deploy the vCenter Operations Manager vApp,” on page 15
n “Set the ESX Host Time,” on page 16
n “Define the vCenter Server System to Monitor,” on page 16
n “Assign the vCenter Operations Manager License,” on page 18
n “Configure the SMTP and SNMP Settings for vCenter Operations Manager,” on page 19
n “Configure the Default Sender in Email Notifications,” on page 19
n “Install a Custom SSL Certificate for vCenter Operations Manager,” on page 20
n “Grant Access to vCenter Operations,” on page 21
VMware, Inc. 13Configure Network Parameters for the vCenter Operations Manager
vApp
Before you deploy the vCenter Operations Manager vApp, configure the network parameters to supply the
information for the network. Use the vSphere Client to configure network parameters before you deploy the
vApp and connect it to a network. Use the IP Pool configuration option to enter network parameters
including the network base address, net mask, and the default gateway address. IP pools provide a network
configuration that is assigned to a network used by a vApp. The vApp can then leverage vCenter Server to
automatically provide an IP configuration to its virtual machines.
Prerequisites
n Identify the subnet and gateway information for the network that will be used for the virtual machine
in the vApp.
n From a Windows virtual machine or system on the network, identify the DNS servers in your network
with the ipconfig /all command and be prepared to use the name of one of those servers.
n Verify that you are connected to a vCenter Server system with the vSphere Client.
NOTE If you do not configure an IP pool, the vSphere Client reports network errors. Without IP Pool
configuration, you will not be able to assign static IP addresses to the vApp.
Procedure
1 In the vSphere Client inventory, select the target datacenter for the vCenter Operations Manager
deployment process.
2 Select the IP Pools tab.
3 Click Add to add a new IP pool.
4 In the properties dialog box, select the IPv4 tab.
5 Type an IP pool name that you can recognize during future testing of IP pools.
6 Enter the IP Subnet and Gateway in their respective fields.
Do not select the Enable IP Pool checkbox and do not specify a range of IP addresses. You specify the
IP address for the virtual machines in the vApp using the vApp OVF Deployment Wizard.
7 Select the DHCP tab.
8 Select the IPv4 DHCP Present check box if a DHCP server is available on this network.
9 Select the DNS tab.
10 Enter the DNS server information.
Enter the DNS Domain name of the DNS servers in your network in the IPv4 DNS Servers text box.
11 In the Associations tab, select the network for the IP pool.
Use this network when you configure a virtual machine network in the vApp OVF Deployment
Wizard.
12 Click OK.
The IP pool facilitates the future use of a static IP address during the vApp deployment process. A DHCP
deployment can work without an IP pool but generates warnings in the vSphere Client interface. You can
ignore the warnings.
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Deploy the vCenter Operations Manager vApp.
Deploy the vCenter Operations Manager vApp
Download and deploy the vCenter Operations Manager vApp through the vSphere Client. VMware
distributes the vApp as a .ova file.
Prerequisites
n Read the system requirements forvCenter Operations Manager. For current information about system
requirements, see the vCenter Operations Manager release notes at
https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-pubs.html.
n Read the vCenter Operations Manager Sizing Guidelines KB article (2057607) at
http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2057607.
n Verify that you have permissions to deploy OVF templates to the inventory.
n Do not deploy vCenter Operations from an ESX host. Deploy only from vCenter Server.
n If the ESX host is part of a cluster, enable DRS in the cluster. If an ESX host belongs to a non-DRS
cluster, all resource pool functionality is disabled.
n Verify that the virtual machine network that you connect this vApp to has an IP pool and select that
network during the .ova deployment.
n Download the vCenter Operations Manager .ova file to a location that is accessible to the vSphere
Client.
n If you download the vApp and the file extension is .tar, change the file extension to .ova.
n Verify that you are connected to a vCenter Server system with the vSphere Client.
n Do not select the transient IP allocation scheme during the deployment wizard.
vCenter Operations Manager supports only fixed and DHCP IP allocation.
Procedure
1 In the vSphere Client, select File > Deploy OVF Template.
2 Follow the prompts in the Deploy OVF Template wizard.
3 Select a disk format.
n Thick Provision Lazy Zeroed creates a virtual disk in a default thick format.
n Thick Provision Eager Zeroed creates a type of thick virtual disk that supports clustering features
such as Fault Tolerance.
n Thin Provision creates a disk in thin format. Use this format to save storage space.
NOTE Thick provisioned eager-zeroed format provides about a 10 percent performance improvement
over the other two disk formats. VMware recommends that you select the thick provisioned eager-zero
option when possible.
NOTE Snapshots can negatively affect the performance of a virtual machine and typically result in a
25-30 percent degradation for the vCenter Operations Manager workload. VMware recommends that
you do not use Snapshots.
Chapter 2 Installing vCenter Operations Manager
VMware, Inc. 154 When you specify an IP allocation scheme, select Fixed or DHCP IP allocation and click Next.
Fixed IP allocation requires you to provide two IP addresses for the two virtual machines in the vApp.
DHCP allocation requires that you enabled DHCP in your IP pool.
5 Click Finish and wait for the deployment process to end.
NOTE Because of the size of the vCenter Operations Manager vApp, the deployment process can take
significantly longer than deploying smaller virtual machines. It may appear that the deployment hangs
when you wait for the deployment process to end. This is the expected behavior when deploying
vCenter Operations Manager.
The vApp appears as a virtual machine in the inventory.
6 Power on the vCenter Operations Manager vApp.
7 Select the vCenter Operations Manager virtual machine and check its IP address on the Summary tab.
The vCenter Server inventory shows the vApp that contains two child objects named UI VM and Analytics
VM.
What to do next
Set the ESX Host time.
Set the ESX Host Time
Set the time of the ESX system that hosts the vCenter Operations Manager vApp. The vApp clock
synchronizes with and depends on the ESX host clock.
vCenter Operations Manager depends on the accuracy of the ESX host clock.
Prerequisites
Deploy the vCenter Operations Manager vApp.
The time of the ESX host and the vCenter Server must be synchronized.
Procedure
1 In the vSphere Client, select the host in the inventory.
2 In the Software section of the Configuration tab, click Time Configuration.
3 Click Properties to adjust the time and click OK.
The vCenter Operations Manager vApp synchronizes time with the ESX host time.
What to do next
Define the vCenter Server system to monitor.
Define the vCenter Server System to Monitor
Before you can use the vCenter Operations Manager vApp, you must define the vCenter Server system to
monitor and collect data from.
Prerequisites
n Verify that the vCenter Operations Manager vApp is powered on.
n Set the time of the ESX host to ensure that the time settings of the vApp synchronizes with the time
settings of the ESX host. For information about the host clock, see “Set the ESX Host Time,” on page 16.
vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide
16 VMware, Inc.n Set the time of vCenter Server to ensure that the time settings of the vApp synchronizes with the time
settings of vCenter Server.
n Synchronize the time of the vCenter Server system with a standard time source. For information about
setting up the Windows Time service, see the Microsoft knowledge base article 307897 on the Microsoft
Web site.
n Verify that the vCenter Operations Manager main login page appears when you copy the vApp IP
address from the Summary tab of the vSphere Client into a browser.
n VMware recommends that users should be Active Directory users.
n In non-linked multi-vCenter Server system configuration, users with the same username but different
passwords in different domains will not be able to log in to vCenter Operations.
n In linked vCenter Server system configuration, register each vCenter Server individually. If you register
only one of the linked vCenter Server systems, no data displays for the other vCenter Server system.
Procedure
1 Log in to the vCenter Operations Manager main application with the default credentials of admin as
the user name and admin as the password.
The URL format is https:///admin where is the IP address or fully qualified host name of the
vApp.
This first-time login process opens the First Boot Wizard.
2 Update the administrator password that provides access to the Administration Portal and SSH access to
the vApp.
The default administrator password is admin.
The password requires a minimum of eight characters that include at least one letter and one digit.
3 Update the root password for the operation system of the vApp.
The default root password is vmware.
The password requires a minimum of eight characters that include at least one letter and one digit.
4 Type a name for the vCenter Server system.
This name is for your reference when you monitor the vCenter Server system and does not affect the
object in the actual virtual infrastructure.
5 Type the IP address or fully qualified domain name of the vCenter Server system to monitor and from
which to collect information.
6 Type the registration credentials for vCenter Operations Manager to use when connecting to the
vCenter Server system.
The user you provide must have administrator privileges on the vCenter Server system. The user can
also act as Collection user if a Collection user is not assigned during vCenter Operations Manager
registration.
7 (Optional) Type the collection credentials for vCenter Operations Manager to use when collecting data
from vCenter Server objects.
If a Collection user is assigned, vCenter Operations Manager does not require administrator privileges
to collect data from a vCenter Server. However, the scope of data collected depends on the privileges of
the user you assign through vCenter Server as the Collection user on the vCenter Operations Manager
Administration portal. The minimum privileges required to collect data are Global: Health and
StorageViews: View.
Chapter 2 Installing vCenter Operations Manager
VMware, Inc. 178 (Optional) To check if vCenter Operations Manager can connect to the vCenter Server system, click
Test.
A message appears with information on the test result.
9 If you have linked vCenter Server systems, select the appropriate members of the linked group to
register with and provide a name for each system.
You can register vCenter Operations Manager with a subset of vCenter Server systems for scalability or
inventory management purposes. Each vCenter Server must be registered individually.
10 Click Save to apply the changes.
The selected vCenter Server system appears in the Registration tab of the Administration Portal.
If you were already logged in to the vSphere Client when you registered vCenter Operations Manager,
reconnect the vSphere Client to see the vCenter Operations Manager icon.
What to do next
Assign a license key for the vCenter Operations Manager vApp in the vSphere Client.
Assign the vCenter Operations Manager License
Assign a license for vCenter Operations Manager. vCenter Operations Manager is registered as an extension
to the vCenter Server system and appears as a license asset on the vSphere Client Licensing page.
Prerequisites
n Verify that you installed the vCenter Operations Manager vApp and registered it to the vCenter Server
system to monitor.
n If you were already logged in to the vSphere Client when you defined the vCenter Server system to
monitor, reconnect the vSphere Client.
Procedure
1 Log in to the registered vCenter Server system.
2 In the vSphere Client, select Home > Licensing.
3 From the View by options, select Asset.
4 In the list of assets, right-click your vCenter Operations edition and select Change License Key.
5 In the Assign License window, select Assign a new license key to this solution.
6 Click Enter Key.
7 Type the new license key and click OK.
The license key appears in the Assign License window.
8 Click OK to assign the license key.
The vSphere Client assigns the new license key to vCenter Operations Manager.
What to do next
Configure the SMTP and SNMP settings for vCenter Operations Manager.
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vCenter Operations Manager
Configure an optional SMTP server to activate email service for reports and for notification messages when
a problem occurs.
Administrative alerts occur when vCenter Operations Manager detects a problem with one or more of its
components and cannot collect data from the monitored objects.
Prerequisites
n Verify that the vCenter Operations Manager vApp is powered on.
n Verify that you have administrator privileges to access the Administration portal and log in to the
portal.
Procedure
1 On the SMTP tab, select the Enable report email service check box.
2 Type the SMTP server address and port number.
3 Type the name and email address to use when sending alerts or reports.
4 If the SMTP server uses an encrypted connection, select the Server requires an encrypted connection
check box and select the encryption protocol.
5 If the email service needs to authenticate with the SMTP server when sending alerts, select the
Outgoing SMTP server requires authentication check box and type the credentials.
6 Select the Enable SNMP check box and type the destination host, port, and community information.
7 Click Update to apply your settings.
vCenter Operations can send email notifications and scheduled reports.
What to do next
Install a custom SSL certificate for vCenter Operations Manager .
Configure the Default Sender in Email Notifications
An email plug-in is installed with vCenter Operations Manager and is used for email notifications. The only
option available for this plug-in is to use set default values for the sender field. You can set the default to use
Fully Qualified Domain Names for email messages.
By default, the email plug-in uses the IP address of the Analytics VM for the sender field of the email
notification. If you want to change the default, you can configure the plug-in to use an Fully Qualified
Domain Name for the sender field.
Prerequisites
Verify that you have administrator privileges to access the Analytics VM.
Verify that you have administrator privileges to access the Administration portal and log in to the portal.
Procedure
1 In the vSphere Client inventory, locate the Analytics VM and log in as admin.
Chapter 2 Installing vCenter Operations Manager
VMware, Inc. 192 Edit the /usr/lib/vmware-vcops/user/conf/email.properties file and add the following property:
emailPlugin.alwaysResolveHostName=true
When the alwaysResolveHostName property is set to true, the email plug-in attempts to resolve the Fully
Qualified Domain Name of the Analytics VM. If that fails, a default host name is used that is set by the
Java mail API.
3 To override the Java mail API default host name if the Fully Qualified Domain Name fails to resolve, set
the following additional property: emailPlugin.defaultHostName=
4 From the Administration Portal, select the SMTP tab and deselect the Enable SMTP check box.
5 Select the Enable report email service check box to enable the SMTP configuration.
vCenter Operations Manager can send email notifications with Fully Qualified Domain Names in the sender
field.
Install a Custom SSL Certificate for vCenter Operations Manager
vCenter Operations Manager installs a self-signed SSL certificate on the vApp. The self-signed certificate
generates security warnings when you connect to the vCenter Operations Manager interface. If you do not
want to use a self-signed security certificate, you can install a custom SSL certificate. This task is optional
and does not affect the vCenter Operations Manager features.
Prerequisites
n Verify that the vCenter Operations Manager virtual appliance is powered on.
n Verify that you are logged in to the vCenter Operations Manager Administration page.
The URL format is https://VM-IP/admin/, where VM-IP is the IP address or fully qualified host name of
the UI VM virtual machine that is part of the vCenter Operations Manager virtual appliance.
n Verify that your custom SSL certificate meets the following requirements.
n The certificate file contains both a valid private key and a valid certificate chain.
n The private key is generated by the RSA or the DSA algorithm.
n The private key is not encrypted by a pass phrase.
n If the certificate is signed by a chain of other certificates, all other certificates must be included in
the certificate file that you plan to import
n All the certificates and the private key that are included in the certificate file are must be PEM-
encoded. vCenter Operations Manager does not support DER-encoded certificates and private
keys.
n All the certificates and the private key that are included in the certificate file must be in the PEM
format. vCenter Operations Manager does not support certificates in the PFX, PKCS12, PKCS7, or
other formats.
Procedure
1 Click the SSL Certificate tab.
2 Click Browse, locate the certificate file, and click Open to load the file in the Certificate field.
The file extension of the certificate file that you want to import does not matter. However the certificate
file must contain both a valid private key and a valid certificate chain.
3 Type the certificate password and alias name.
4 Click Upload to replace the default self-signed certificate on the vCenter Operations vApp.
vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide
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What to do next
Grant access to vCenter Operations Manager.
Grant Access to vCenter Operations
Assign privileges in the vSphere Client to grant access to vCenter Operations Manager.
You can perform all operations in vCenter Operations Manager as a vCenter Server administrator or with
the vCenter Operations Admin global privilege. You can access vCenter Operations Manager as an
individual user without the ability to perform global operations with the vCenter Operations User global
privilege. These privileges are available under All Privileges > Global.
Prerequisites
n Register vCenter Operations Manager with a vCenter Server system. The registration process generates
vCenter Operations Manager privileges under Global privileges in the vSphere Client.
n Restart the vSphere Client before you assign privileges.
n Understand the process of creating and editing roles to assign privileges to in the vSphere Client. For
more information about roles and privileges, see the VMware vSphere documentation.
Procedure
1 Restart the vSphere Client.
2 From the vSphere Client Home page, click Roles.
3 Add a vCenter Operations Manager privilege under Global privileges to a new or existing role.
n Select the vCenter Operations Admin privilege to provide power user access to all operations at
the individual or global level.
n Select the vCenter Operations User privilege to provide access to all of the operations and
customization options in the main vCenter Operations interface that do not affect global settings or
global thresholds.
NOTE With the vCenter Operations User global privilege, you can view the objects that you have
read access to within vCenter Server.
4 In the inventory tree, right-click the root vCenter Server folder and select Add Permission.
5 Assign the new or existing role to the user who accesses vCenter Operations Manager.
6 From the Inventory tree, right-click the top level object and select Add Permission.
7 Assign the new or existing role to the user who accesses vCenter Operations Manager.
After a user gains privileges, the user can log in to the vSphere Client and access
vCenter Operations Manager. The vCenter Operations Manager icon appears in the vSphere Client.
What to do next
Verify the vCenter Operations Manager installation.
Chapter 2 Installing vCenter Operations Manager
VMware, Inc. 21vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide
22 VMware, Inc.Verifying the
vCenter Operations Manager
Installation 3
This chapter includes the following topics:
n “Verifying the vCenter Operations Manager Installation from the vSphere Client,” on page 23
n “Verify the vCenter Operations Manager Installation from a Browser,” on page 24
Verifying the vCenter Operations Manager Installation from the
vSphere Client
Verify that vCenter Operations Manager is installed so that you can start monitoring your virtual
environment from the vSphere Client.
Prerequisites
n Complete the installation, licensing, and registration process for the vCenter Operations Manager
vApp.
n Verify that you have a supported browser on the machine where the vSphere Client runs. For
information about browser requirements, see the vCenter Operations Manager release notes at
https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-pubs.html.
Procedure
1 Log in to the vCenter Server system and locate the vCenter Operations Manager icon in the Solutions
and Applications pane of the Home page.
2 Click the icon to open your edition of vCenter Operations Manager.
You can ignore the certificate warnings that might appear.
3 Look at the dashboard and verify that the inventory objects you expect to see appear.
If you set collection credentials during the registration process, you can see only the objects that the
collection credentials provide read access to in the vSphere Client. If you have linked vCenter Server
systems, you can see only the vCenter Server objects that are connected to that vSphere Client instance.
vCenter Operations Manager starts collecting data. As it becomes available, more information is displayed
in vCenter Operations Manager. This process might take a few minutes. The availability of some metrics
depends on the vCenter Server and ESX host versions.
NOTE Even if you do not have privileges to view certain inventory objects, the performance data for these
objects is used when calculating metrics for higher inventory levels. For example, you might not have
privileges to monitor an ESX host, but the data for its performance is calculated in the Datacenter
performance metrics that you can view.
VMware, Inc. 23Verify the vCenter Operations Manager Installation from a Browser
Verify that vCenter Operations Manager is installed so that you can start monitoring your virtual
environment from a browser.
Prerequisites
n Complete the installation, licensing, and registration process for the vCenter Operations Manager
vApp.
n Use a supported browser. For information about browser requirements, see the
vCenter Operations Manager release notes at https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-
pubs.html.
Procedure
1 Enter the vCenter Operations Manager URL in a supported browser. The URL format is
https:///vcops-vsphere/.
2 Log in to the vCenter Operations Manager main application with the default credentials of admin as
the user name and admin as the password.
3 Look at the dashboard and verify that the inventory objects you expect to see appear.
vCenter Operations Manager starts collecting data. As data becomes available, more information is
displayed in vCenter Operations Manager. This process might take a few minutes. The availability of some
metrics depends on the vCenter Server and ESX host versions.
NOTE Even if you do not have privileges to view certain inventory objects, the performance data for these
objects is used when calculating metrics for higher inventory levels. For example, you might not have
privileges to monitor an ESX host, but the data for its performance is calculated in the Datacenter
performance metrics that you can view.
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Manager Adapter 4
This chapter describes how to install and configure an adapter on the vCenter Operations Manager vApp.
Install an Adapter on a vApp
Follow this procedure to install the Text File adapter if you have a vCenter Operations Manager Advanced
vApp installation.
Prerequisites
n Obtain the PAK file for the adapter from VMware technical support.
n Read the documentation that is included with the PAK file. It might contain additional installation
instructions.
Procedure
1 Save the PAK file in a temporary folder.
2 Log in to the Admin user interface as the admin user.
For example: https://ipaddress/admin/
3 On the Update tab, click Browse to locate the temporary folder and select the PAK file.
4 Click Update and click OK to confirm the update.
The Admin user interface uploads the PAK file. The upload might take several minutes.
5 Read and accept the EULA and click OK.
6 Click OK to confirm and start the update process.
The update might take several minutes. Status information appears on the Update tab when the update
is finished.
7 Log in to the Custom user interface as an administrator.
For example: https://ipaddress/vcops-custom/
8 Select Admin > Support.
9 On the Info tab, click the Describe icon in the Adapters pane.
The Describe icon is located at the top right of the Adapters Info pane.
VMware, Inc. 2510 Click Yes to start the describe process and click OK.
The Custom user interface finds the adapter files, gathers information about the abilities of the adapter,
and updates the user interface with information about the adapter.
The describe process might take several minutes. When the describe process is finished, the adapter
appears in the Adapters Info pane. The build number is in the Adapter Version column.
11 Verify that the build number in the Adapter Version column for the adapter matches the build number
in the PAK file that you uploaded.
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Navigator Adapter 5
The Infrastructure Navigator adapter is an embedded adapter for vCenter Operations Manager Advanced.
The adapter retrieves application-related information from Infrastructure Navigator. Infrastructure
Navigator is a virtual appliance that is deployed on a vCenter Server system.
This chapter includes the following topics:
n “Modifying Adapter Configuration Properties,” on page 27
n “Viewing System Log Files,” on page 28
n “Infrastructure Navigator Adapter Classes,” on page 28
Modifying Adapter Configuration Properties
You can customize Infrastructure Navigator adapter operation by modifying properties in the
vin.properties file.
Table 5‑1. vin_adapter.properties File Properties
Property Description Default
workerThreadCount Number of threads for retrieving Infrastructure
Navigator documents from the vCenter Inventory
service. You can configure up to 100 threads.
10
docBuilderCount Number of DocumentBuilder objects for parsing
Infrastructure Navigator data documents. You can
configure up to 100 objects.
10
syncInterval Time interval, in minutes, that the adapter
synchronizes its entire local cache with the
vCenter Operations Manager Advanced server.
60
certCheckEnabled Boolean value that determines whether the
adapter checks the
vCenter Operations Manager Advanced server
certificate.
true in a vApp installation
false in a Standalone installation
vin20Enabled Boolean value that determines whether to retrieve
and process application-related information that is
available only in Infrastructure Navigator 2.0.
true
VMware, Inc. 27Viewing System Log Files
You can view Infrastructure Navigator adapter errors in the adapter and collector log files. You can view log
files in the Custom user interface or in an external log viewer.
Infrastructure Navigator adapter log files are in the /data/vcops/log/adapters/VinAdapter folder and
collector log files are in the /data/vcops/log folder on the Analytics virtual machine.
The logging level is set to ERROR by default. To troubleshoot issues, set the logging level to INFO. To view
detailed messages, including micro steps, queries, and returned results, set the logging level to DEBUG.
NOTE If you set the logging level to DEBUG, log files can become large very quickly. Set the logging level to
DEBUG only for short periods of time.
For information about viewing log files and modifying logging levels, see the online help.
Infrastructure Navigator Adapter Classes
com.integrien.adapter3.vin.VinAdapter is the adapter entry class for the Infrastructure Navigator adapter.
It extends the AdapterBase base class and overrides several base class functions.
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28 VMware, Inc.Updating
vCenter Operations Manager 6
vCenter Operations Manager provides an upgrade path for the vApp.
Before you Begin
Verify that you have read the system requirements for vCenter Operations Manager. For current
information about system requirements, see the vCenter Operations Manager release notes at
https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-pubs.html.
Refer to the VMware Compatibility Guide for more information about VMware certified compatibility for
vCenter Operations Manager at http://www.vmware.com/resources/guides.html.
This chapter includes the following topics:
n “Updating Virtual Appliance Software to the vCenter Operations Manager vApp,” on page 29
n “Upgrade Paths for vCenter Operations Manager,” on page 29
n “Upgrade Requirements,” on page 30
n “Add a Hard Disk to a Virtual Machine,” on page 30
n “Upgrade the vApp,” on page 31
n “Upgrade the OS to SLES 11 SP3 for vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.x,” on page 32
Updating Virtual Appliance Software to the
vCenter Operations Manager vApp
The upgrade process for the vCenter Operations Manager vApp involves a data migration in which the
source virtual appliance can continue to run after the upgrade process.
Upgrade Paths for vCenter Operations Manager
The VMware vCenter Operations Manager vApp supports upgrade paths from VMware vCenter
Operations versions 5.0 and above.
The vCenter Operations Manager vApp supports the upgrade of vCenter Operations Manager 5.0, 5.0.1,
5.0.2, 5.0.3, 5.6, and 5.7.x to vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.x.
VMware, Inc. 29Upgrade Requirements
The following sections describe the upgrade requirements for vCenter Operations Manager.
vApp Disk Space Requirements for Upgrades
For an upgrade to vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.x, the following amount of disk space configurations for
UI VM and Analytics VM is required.
Table 6 ‑1. Disk Space Requirements for Upgrading vCenter Operations Manager
Resource Minimum Requirement
UI VM Disk 1: 4GB
Data Disks: 250GB
Analytics VM Disk 1: 4GB
Data Disks: 120GB
Add a Hard Disk to a Virtual Machine
You may need to add virtual disks to the UI VM and Analytics VM to support disk size requirements. Use
the vSphere Client to add a hard disk to a virtual machine.
For each virtual machine in the vApp that needs more disk space, add a new hard disk to the virtual
machine. You can add multiple disks as vCenter Operations Manager will mount and format all of them
into the same logical disk where vCenter Operations Manager data is stored.
Prerequisites
n Verify that you have read the system requirements for vCenter Operations Manager upgrades. For
information about system requirements, see the vCenter Operations Manager release notes at
https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-pubs.html.
n Verify that the vCenter Operations Manager vApp is powered off.
Procedure
1 In the vSphere Client inventory, right-click the virtual machine and select Edit Settings.
2 Click the Hardware tab and click Add.
3 Select Hard Disk and click Next.
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a Type the disk capacity.
b Select a disk format.
n Thick Provision Lazy Zeroed creates a virtual disk in a default thick format.
n Thick Provision Eager Zeroed creates a type of thick virtual disk that supports clustering
features such as Fault Tolerance.
n Thin Provision creates a disk in thin format. Use this format to save storage space.
NOTE Thick provisioned eager-zeroed format provides about a 10 percent performance
improvement over the other two disk formats. VMware recommends that you select the thick
provisioned eager-zero option when possible.
NOTE Snapshots can negatively affect the performance of a virtual machine and typically result in
a 25-30 percent degradation for the vCenter Operations Manager workload. VMware recommends
that you do not use Snapshots.
c If you specify a datastore, browse for the datastore location, and click Next.
5 Accept the default virtual device node.
6 Click Next.
7 Review the information and click Finish.
8 Click OK to save your changes and close the dialog box.
What to do next
After you finishing adding new disks for the UI VM and Analytics VM, power on the vApp. The virtual
machine discovers the new disk and adds it to the data volume.
Upgrade the vApp
This procedure is applicable when updating to the vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.x vApp from the
following product versions: vCenter Operations Manager 5.0, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.0.3, 5.6, and 5.7.x.
Prerequisites
n Check the vCenter Operations Manager Release Notes for the latest information about upgrading
vCenter Operations Manager and supported versions for the upgrade process.
n Read the vCenter Operations Manager Sizing Guidelines KB article (2057607) at
http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2057607.
n VMware recommends that you take virtual machine snapshots before you upgrade the vApp. After the
upgrade is successful, delete the snapshots.
Procedure
1 Save the .pak file of the latest vCenter Operations Manager build to your local storage.
2 Log in to the Administration portal using the admin user credentials.
3 On the Update tab, click Browse and select the .pak file that you saved to local disk.
4 Click Update.
5 Accept the EULA by selecting the check box and click OK.
6 Accept and confirm the update.
Chapter 6 Updating vCenter Operations Manager
VMware, Inc. 317 Log in to the Administration portal and verify that the Status tab indicates successful upgrade.
You might need to refresh the browser to view the updated product version and build number.
8 Log in to the vCenter Server that manages the license for vCenter Operations Manager, and apply the
new vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.x license key.
You must re-apply the new license key in the vCenter Server after the upgrade. If you do not, you will
see reduced functionality in the vCenter Operations Manager interface.
9 In the Administration portal, navigate to the Status tab and restart all services.
10 Log in to the vSphere Client or the custom UI to verify that the vCenter Operations Manager interface is
displayed properly.
Upgrade the OS to SLES 11 SP3 for vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.x
This procedure is applicable when performing an in-place vApp OS upgrade to SUSE Linux Enterprise
Server (SLES) 11 SP3. An OS upgrade is required to run vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.3 and above.
Prerequisites
n Verify that vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.x is installed and running.
n Back-up the UI virtual machine and the Analytics virtual machine.
n Verify that vCenter Operations Manager 5.8.x root password does not expire by running the following
command from the UI virtual machine: chage -l root.
Procedure
1 Download or copy the SLES 11 SP3 PAK file from the VMware download site for
vCenter Operations Manager to the /data drive on the UI virtual machine.
scp VMware-vcops-SP3-.pak root@ip_address_of_ui VM: /data
2 Start the SLES 11 SP3 upgrade, with the command:
/usr/lib/vmware-vcops/user/conf/upgrade/va_sles11_spx_init.sh /data/VMware-vcops-SP3-.pak
The process upgrades both the UI virtual machine and the Analytics virtual machine.
3 After the upgrade completes successfully, restart the vApp.
4 Login to the vCenter Operations Manager user interface to verify that it is working.
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vCenter Operations Manager 7
The vCenter Operations Manager Administration portal provides a user interface for
vCenter Operations Manager maintenance and management tasks.
Except for the initial settings that you must apply, all configurations on the Administration portal are
optional and allow you to adapt the operation of vCenter Operations Manager to your environment and
preferences.
This chapter includes the following topics:
n “Change the Password of the Root User,” on page 33
n “Change the Password of the Administrator User,” on page 33
n “Create and Download a Support Bundle,” on page 34
Change the Password of the Root User
You can modify the password of the root user to keep the vCenter Operations Manager virtual appliance
secure.
Prerequisites
n Verify that the vCenter Operations Manager virtual appliance is powered on.
n Verify that you are logged in to the vCenter Operations Manager Administration page.
The URL format is https://VM-IP/admin/, where VM-IP is the IP address or fully qualified host name of
the UI VM virtual machine that is part of the vCenter Operations Manager virtual appliance.
Procedure
1 Click the Account tab.
2 Type the current password for the root user name.
3 Type the new password in the New password text box and in the Re-enter password text box.
Passwords require a minimum of eight characters with at least one letter and one digit.
4 Click Change to save your settings.
Change the Password of the Administrator User
You can modify the password of the administrator account to keep vCenter Operations Manager secure.
Prerequisites
n Verify that the vCenter Operations Manager virtual appliance is powered on.
VMware, Inc. 33n Verify that you are logged in to the vCenter Operations Manager Administration page.
The URL format is https://VM-IP/admin/, where VM-IP is the IP address or fully qualified host name of
the UI VM virtual machine that is part of the vCenter Operations Manager virtual appliance.
Procedure
1 Click the Account tab.
2 Type the current password for the administrator user name.
3 Type the new password in the New password text box and in the Re-enter password text box.
Passwords require a minimum of eight characters with at least one letter and one digit.
4 Click Change to save your settings.
Create and Download a Support Bundle
If problems arise that cause vCenter Operations Manager not to operate as expected, you can send a copy of
the log and configuration files to VMware for technical support.
Prerequisites
n Verify that the vCenter Operations Manager virtual appliance is powered on.
n Verify that you are logged in to the vCenter Operations Manager Administration page.
The URL format is https://VM-IP/admin/, where VM-IP is the IP address or fully qualified host name of
the UI VM virtual machine that is part of the vCenter Operations Manager virtual appliance.
Procedure
1 Click the Status tab.
2 In the Diagnostic information pane, click Download.
The vCenter Operations Manager system collects the diagnostic information and streams the data to
your browser in a compressed ZIP file.
3 In the File Download dialog box, click Save.
4 Select a location to which you want to save the ZIP file and click Save.
The log and configuration files are saved to the selected location as a ZIP archive.
What to do next
You can review the contents of log files for error messages. If you need troubleshooting assistance, you can
send the diagnostic data to VMware support services. When you resolve or close the issue, delete the
outdated support bundle to save disk space.
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A
about vCenter Operations Deployment and
Configuration Guide 5
Add a Hard Disk 30
Administration Portal, activating email
service 19
administrative settings
account 33
root account 33
assigning privileges 21
C
certificate warnings 10
collection credentials 16
com.integrien.adapter3.vin.VinAdapter class 28
credentials
changing administrator account 16, 33
changing root account 33
collection 16
registration 16
D
data migration 29
deployment planning worksheet 11
E
email notifications 19
email notifications, configure 19
I
install, adapter 25
installation
verifying 23
verifying from browser 24
verifying from vSphere Client 23
installation formats 7
installation, adapter 25
introduction 7, 27
IP pool 14
L
licensing 10, 18
linked mode objects 23, 24
log files
creating bundle 34
downloading 34
zip 34
M
maintaining 33
managing 33
more information 12
multi-site deployment, overview 8
N
network configuration 14
network ports 10
notifications 19
P
passwords
initial setup 16
requirements 16
paths to upgrade vCenter Operations 29
privileges
administrator access 21
user access 21
R
registering vApp with vCenter Server 16
registration credentials 16
reports, activating email service 19
requirements, upgrades 30
roles 21
S
side by side upgrade 29
SMTP configuration 19
SSL certificates 20
synchronizing time with hosts 16
T
time settings 16
troubleshooting, downloading logs 34
U
Upgrade the OS to SLES 11 SP3 32
upgrading vCenter Operations 29, 32
upgrading virtual appliance to vApp 29
VMware, Inc. 35V
vApp
deploying 15
installing 13
vApp architecture 7
vApp, upgrade 31
vCenter Infrastructure Navigator 9
vin_adapter.properties file 27
visibility of linked mode objects 23, 24
vSphere Client 9
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