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As VMware Cloud Foundation upgrades can be quite large in terms of the Bill of Materials (BOM) that may require upgrading, a common question that I get asked is what can a VCF administrator do to ensure the environment is in a healthy state to give an upgrade through SDDC Manager's LCM service the best opportunity to successfully complete. My normal recommendations are the following: A log support bundles for any Workload Domain, taken prior to the upgrade attempt.
So you just finished a deployment and you want to re-use your Cloud Builder appliance? Be sure that the previous deployment has successfully completed before running this command. Login using ssh to Cloud Builder Run the following to delete the current bringup: curl -X GET http://localhost:9080/bringup-app/bringup/sddcs/test/deleteAll Another deployment can now be started using the UI or API.
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A crucial step in planning your Kubernetes deployments on VMware Cloud Foundation is sizing the underlying infrastructure. There are multiple components that need to be considered when sizing workload domains used to host Kubernetes clusters.