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Shutting Down Ending Task of a Unresponsive Vmware machines

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Howto shutdown/reboot unresponsive Vmware machines in a Vmware ESX 5.0 host using SSH

 

1.On the ESXi console, enter Tech Support mode and log in as root. For more information, see Tech Support Mode for Emergency Support (1003677).

2.Run the esxtop utility using this command:

esxtop

3.Press c to switch to the CPU resource utilization screen.
4.Press Shift+v to limit the view to virtual machines. This may make it easier to find the Leader World ID in step 7.
5.Press f to display the list of fields.
6.Press c to add the column for the Leader World ID.
7.Identify the target virtual machine by its Name and Leader World ID (LWID).
8.Press k.
9.At the World to kill prompt, type in the Leader World ID from step 6 and press Enter.
10.Wait 30 seconds and validate that the process is not longer listed.

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