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VSAN VM Storage Policy failed to retrieve data from the server

  Last week I got into an issue in my lab environment where some of my VM's under the vSAN 7.0 cluster were unable to migrate from one ESXi host to another ESXi host. During vMotion the VM from one host to another host,  I was getting an error that the storage profile missing. Credit: yellow-bricks.com On validating the VM storage profile from vCenter which is on 7.0 it's identified that none of the VM storage policies was visible there and flashing error " Failed to retrieve data from the server". vCenter Storage providers were also showing blank as it looks not in sync. Fig-1 Further, investigating through with the vCenter logs, I identified the below error: As per the logs, it's showing Failed to register vSAN VP services. vSAN health services are up and running on the vCenter Server, but found the service log file had a significant size. --rw-r--r-- l.   1 vsan-health users 8.3G Oct 13 10:14 vmware-vsa-health-service.log As the vSAN-health logs were occupying