The Stretch Deploy command failed.

The Stretch Deploy command did not succeed. The Tasks panel indicates the phase during which the command failed.

Determine the cause of the problem by clicking on the task in the Tasks panel, then selecting the task in the Tasks table and viewing its details.

Delete the infrastructure that was created in the source and destination clouds up to the point that the command failed. Then try the Stretch Deploy command again.

1

Log in to the source vSphere cloud or vCloud Director cloud.

2

See Stretch Deploy Phases to see details of the infrastructure created in each phase of the Stretch Deploy command, then remove the objects created up to the point the command failed.

3

Delete the VPN object in the source vSphere cloud (if your source cloud is vSphere).

a

Log in to the vShield Manager with which the vSphere cloud is registered.

b

Select your datacenter in the left panel.

c

Click the Network Virtualization tab, then double-click the vShield Edge of the private network that you were trying to stretch.

d

Click the VPN tab.

e

Select the VPN object and delete it.

4

Delete the VPN object in the source vCloud Director cloud (if your source cloud is vCloud Director).

a

Access the vApp network that you were trying to stretch through the REST API.

b

Delete the VPN object through the REST API.

5

Delete the VPN object in the destination public vCloud.

a

Log in to the public vCloud.

b

Click My Cloud.

c

In the My Cloud panel, select vApps.

d

Power off the Routed vApp that was created by vCloud Connector as part of the Stretch Deploy command.

e

Delete the vApp.