Now that VSAN is enabled and capacity has been added to the new cluster, we should perform a few initial validation steps to ensure that the cluster is healthy. Performing these steps now can help prevent provisioning or availability errors later on when we start to create VMs in the new VSAN cluster.
You should be logged in to the vSphere Web Client as an administrator or user, authorized to alter cluster-level settings, VSAN, and VASA providers.
Verify the disk and network groups:
From the vSphere Web Client, navigate to: Home | Hosts and Clusters | Datacenter | Cluster | Manage | Virtual SAN | Disk Management.
Examine the disk-group layout. Assuming that all hosts contribute storage to the VSAN cluster, there should be at least one disk group associated with each host. All hosts should be Healthy and show State as Connected, and all Network Partition Group hosts should be Group 1:
Verify that the VSAN datastore...