Others, perhaps more familiar with Virtual Machine Manager, who have experienced job failures due object locking will typically just right-click on the ‘Failed’ job and restart it. For seemingly no reason host refreshes started erroring out with the error in the title. Those of us who have been working with the product for a while know this happens, and that it can happen for a variety of reasons, however one of the more Required fields are marked * Message: * Name: * Email: * Website: CAPTCHA Code* Subscribe via Email Popular PostsConfigure WSUS to deploy updates using Group PolicyCreating an Offline MDT Deployment MediaSysprep Check This Out
Mine failed with the same error and it was because I was cloning a VM with a DVDISO attached. This simple manipulation resolved my problem. Thanks Reply kirpal singh says: March 28, 2014 at 4:41 am We solved it, MS Team Suggested me to Remove its DB from SQL Availability Group, Remove SCVMM from passive node Reply wilber82 says: September 17, 2014 at 10:34 PM Hello Jean, Thanks for sharing your experience!
As soon as this went through I was able to refresh the cluster just fine. Start the System Center Virtual Machine Manager service again and refresh problem VMs. I see no jobs in the running or cancelled state as per the Error log. Thursday, December 04, 2014 3:42 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.
January 18th, 2008 12:29am As a suggestion, you could try uninstalling the SCVMM agent via Add/Remove programs on the VM Host, rerun the WinRM installation, and then reinstall the agent. For the most part, a VMM job is a combination of tasks, and potentially subtasks, executed asynchronously (i.e. Since everybody may have different situation, I'm going to show you a generic way. Lawrence TechNet Community SupportMarked as answer by JustinRush Thursday, February 07, 2013 1:38 PM Thursday, February 07, 2013 2:13 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote
Yes, that's first thing you can try. Error (2606) "unable To Acquire A Write Lock On Object" I have the following setup: -hyper-v cluster running at the datacenter -vmm-server with APP-controller running on a different location. I have performed all of the troubleshooting steps in the documentation and on this site but the problem persists. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/scvmm/2014/12/17/troubleshooting-system-center-2012-virtual-machine-manager-object-locking-issues/ Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are commenting using
The thing that resolved it, was running another job (a non cluster related job) in my case i changed a run-as account. PRINT N'Deleting host with GUID ‘ + RTRIM(CAST(@DeleteHostID AS nvarchar(50))) PRINT N'Getting host cluster GUID' DECLARE @HostClusterID GUID; SET @HostClusterID = ( SELECT HostClusterID FROM [dbo].[tbl_ADHC_Host] WHERE HostID = @DeleteHostId ) See the knowledge base article below for more information. 2913445 - How to enable debug logging in Virtual Machine Manager (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2913445) Thanks, and come back again soon. Search for: Recent Posts NEW #Microsoft First Surface Book Laptop #Windows10 #SurfaceBook#Surface VMM Host performance counters report 0 Cpu andMemory Windows Core - Check MPIO Path State by commandline VMM -
You specified valid credentials to access the servers. http://www.ms4u.info/2014/08/error-2606-unable-to-perform-job.html I had your exact scenario and it fixed my issue. Unable To Perform The Job Because One Or More Of The Selected Objects Are Locked By Another Job Please help!!! Select * From [virtualmanagerdb].[dbo].[tbl_vmm_lock] Where Taskid=’task_guid’ How to add custom attributes to AD User Objects Windows Server 2012 Consistent Device Naming (CDN)... ► April (3) ► March (1) ► February (3) ► January (5) ► 2012 (39)
We have added the server to be allowed in the Local Admin group via the GPO. Some steps I have taken to rectify the issue: 1. While there are different reasons for a job to fail, I hope the above information was useful in understanding how a job failure due to object locking might be due to Launch PowerShell from SCVMM console and run the following (without quotes of course); "remove-vmhost –force" Hope this helps!
You will see the pending Hyper-V host disappeared. **************************************************************************** Updated - 7/22/2014 A script can completely delete a host from SQL DB. The above resolution is extracted from this post:Performing an operation in Virtual Machine Manager fails with error 801 If you encounter Error (2606), "Unable to perform the job because one or WinRM tests showed that the VMM server was able to communicate with the hosts. If, however, a user manually executes a job and a system refresher job executes, the system job will fail silently if it is unable to lock the objects it needs and
DECLARE @DeleteHostId GUID; SET @DeleteHostId = ‘
I understand that SCVMM uses the WinRM ports to report the status of the Host as per my earlier question in http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/showpost.aspx?postid=2663155&siteid=17.
We had a GPO regulating the membership of the local admin group and the server was removed. in parallel). i am thinking about rebuilding my entire virtual infra with 2008 anyway so maybe this effort is fruitless... I was really dreading having to change the database.
Most times the job will then complete because the lock on the required object no longer exists (perhaps a competing job completed and released the lock). Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft. Your Virtual Machine Manager Server has access to the computer in the discovery scope. It would be SO USEFUL if the error hinted at this cause rather than a generic one.
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