Occasionally the Compliance status of the performance service will go to the “out of date” status. This is not an alert that is thrown anywhere within vCenter. You will have to check this status by logging into the vSphere web client, locating your vCenter, choose the cluster, clicking on “Manage” then choosing “Health and Performance” under “Virtual SAN”
As I have recently fixed this issue the above screenshot shows the “Compliant” status. Below are the steps to get to that point.
1. In the box for “Performance Service” click “Edit storage policy”
2. If there is a storage policy available in the drop down, select it and click “OK”. This will apply that policy and perform the compliance check.
For the lucky few where that works, that’s all you need to do. If the storage policy list is empty you’ll need to restart the vsanmgmtd service on each of the hosts.
3. Enable SSH on each of the hosts in the VSAN cluster and using an SSH client (like putty), SSH to a host and run the following command to restart the vsanmgmtd service (this is a non-impactful operation and should be able to be performed during production hours with no impact)
a. /etc/init.d/vsanmgmtd restart
4. Repeat that command on each of the hosts in the cluster until they have all restarted their services
5. Wait 5 minutes and then check to see if you are able to select a storage policy for the performance service. If not, move on to step 6
6. Now we’ll need to restart the vSphere Profile-Driven Storage Service on the vCenter server. This is also non-impactful and should be able to be performed in the middle of the day. If you’re using vCenter on windows, connect to the Windows server and restart the “Vmware vSphere Profile-Driven Storage Service”. If using VCSA (like this example) you’ll need to SSH to the VCSA and run the command below
a. Service vmware-sps restart
7. After the vmware-sps service restarts, log out of the web client and wait for 5 minutes while the storage profile service completes its restart.
8. Log back in to the web client, navigate to the vCenter server, click “Manage” then choose the “Storage Providers” tab
9. Click the Synchronize Providers button to resync the state of the environment
10. Wait another 5 minutes while these synchronize completes. After 5 minutes, navigate to the VSAN cluster in the web client. Click on “Manage” then choose “Settings” and locate “Health and Performance” under the “Virtual SAN” section
11. In the Performance Service box, click the “Edit Storage Policy” button
12. From the drop down list you should be able to select the appropriate VSAN storage policy and then click “OK”
13. After this is selected the compliance status should change to “Compliant” and you should be all set.
So far these are the only steps that I have needed to follow in order to fix this issue. Let me know if there are any other fixes available.