Managing & silencing vSAN Health Checks using PowerCLI
One neat capability that was introduced with vSAN 6.6 is the ability to „silence“ and disable specific vSAN Health Checks. A recent use for this came up on Duncan’s blog where the vMotion health check would fail if you are using a vMotion network stack. As you can imagine, this feature can also come in handy for vSphere Home Labs where your hardware may not be on the official VMware HCL and wish to disable those specific vSAN Health Checks.
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