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VMWare Horizon View – Cancellare instant clones corrotti manualmente

Davide Gandini VMware 22 June 2022

Quando il pool è disabilitato, le repliche utilizzate dai cloni istantanei non vengono rimosse automaticamente da vSphere e, anche se non utilizzano risorse, consumano memoria.

Il problema può essere notato quando si disabilitano i Desktop Pool in VMware Horizon manager tramite l'opzione Stato > Disabilita Desktop Pool.

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Anche disabilitando il pool, gli oggetti cp-parent e cp-replicate non vengono rimossi dall'ambiente vSphere.

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Accedere al server Windows dove è installato il server di connessione Horizon e aprire il prompt dei comandi. Navigare alla directory C:Program Files VMware VMware View VMware View Server Stools bin> ed eseguire il seguente comando per collegare il vCenter:

cd Program FilesVMwareVMware ViewServertoolsbin
C:…bin>iccleanup.cmd -vc vcenter.goline.ch -uid administrator@vsphere.local -skipCertVeri

> list

> delete –index 1 ( o comunque l' indice interessato)

Come ultima cosa andare in ADSI Edit e eliminare l' oggetto desktop pool in OU=Applications:

deleteStuckICPool.png

Ed anche qui: OU=Server Groups

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