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Cloning an virtual disk with the SnapCenter Plug-in causes VMware reconfig error

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Applies to

  • SnapCenter Plug-in for Windows (SCW) 4.x
  • SnapCenter Plug-in for VMware (SCV) 4.x
  • SnapCenter Server 4.x

Issue

When attempting to mount a backup from an VMDK on an NFS or VMFS datastore in SnapCenter GUI, the following error messages appear in the vmcontrol_<JOB>.log of SCV:
 

c.n.a.v.VsphereService                  :A general system error occurred: Could not applyreconfigure/migrate domain changes: Failed to add file policies to domain :53:world ID :0:Cannot allocate memory

c.n.a.v.VirtualMachineService           : [JobId:2547435]ERROR:- Reconfig VM Task failed: Ageneral system error occurred: Could not apply reconfigure/migrate domainchanges: Failed to add file policies to domain :53: world ID :0:Cannot allocate memory

Similar error may be visible from the SnapDriveSALDebug.log of the SCW, when reconfiguring RDMs (pass-through LUNs) during cloning.

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