So today I wanted to resolve the fact my VCSA would say low memory on the VAMI health page.
I was about to attempt the fix provided by the contributor, since the answer by the employee just lead me down the rabbit hole of what the vsphere-pod service was.
I was on 7.0.2 of vCenter, and noticed there was a recent update to 7.0.3 I proceeded to update. After it was done everything seemed to be working fine and I was curious if it resolved the low memory health warning in VAMI. To my dismay, when I navigated to the VAMI port URL, I was greeted with nothing more then a spinning “Loading” circle.
When I opened an incognito window, and attempted to log in I was greeted with “unable to login” . Googling lead me to the linked reference, which after reading I noticed it talking about the service “applmgmt”.
I decided to give restarting the service a shot.
service-control –stop applemgmt
then start it back up
service-control –start applemgmt
Lucky for me it worked, and I was able to login (at least via a incognito window). The issue with my main browser seemed to be cache, so I pressed F12, opened the dev tools, then right clicked the refresh icon and clicked “Empty Cache and Hard refresh” which resolved my issue.
When I got into VAMI the health was all green which resolved me low memory issue as well. 🙂