VMware vCenter Operations Manager – 5.0.0 Build 554150 has encountered one or more unrecoverable errors during the initialization of the application


 Error Symptom: After deploying the Vcenter Operation Manager when I try to browse the VOM, I am getting an error message

 “VMware vCenter Operations Manager – 5.0.0 Build 554150 has encountered one or more unrecoverable errors during the initialization of the application. This deployment cannot be recovered and must be discarded. The following messages indicate the possible causes of error. If resolutions are suggested, apply them and redeploy the ovf from VMware vSphere Client that is connected to VMware vCenter and not to a VMware ESX/ESXi host directly. Contact VMware Support otherwise. Full text of the errors is available in /usr/lib/vmware-vcops/install/bootfailure.log in UI VM. No IP address found for Analytics VM in OVF properties”.

 Root cause of the problem: Installation procedure not followed properly.

Solution:

  1. Before deploying the ovf of Vcenter operation manager we should create and fulfil the IP Pools in the datacentre option. To achieve that

             a. In the inventory, select the datacenter that contains the vApp.

             b.  In the IP Pools tab, right-click the IP pool that you want to edit and select Properties.

              Fulfil the details available in the IP Pool properties.

       2.    Then install the Vmware operational manager OVF which leads to successful installation.

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