PowerCLI Move All VM’s to other Host

################### Config ##################################

$SourceVC = “vcenter.wardvissers.nl

################## PASSWORD STORE #########################

#Username

# Check if credentials exist in credential store if not ask for credentials and put them in credential store

 

If ((Get-VICredentialStoreItem).host -notcontains $SourceVC) {New-VICredentialStoreItem -Host $SourceVC -User $env:USERNAME -Password ((get-credential).GetNetworkCredential().Password)}

 

# Remove-VICredentialStoreItem * -Confirm:$false

 

#################### END INIT ####################################

 

#Login to vCenter servers

if (($global:DefaultVIServers).Name -notcontains $SourceVC) {

 

#SourceVC

$ConnectVC = Connect-VIServer $SourceVC

 

# Get-Cluster –Name $DestinationCluster –Server $DestinationVC | Get-VMhost -State Connected | Sort-Object -Property MemoryUsageGB | Select-Object -First 1

 

$ESXiHostSrc = “esx01.wardvissers.nl”

$ESXiHostDst = “esx02.wardvissers.nl”

$vmList = Get-VMHost $ESXiHostSrc | Get-VM

$vmList | move-vm -destination (get-vmhost $ESXiHostDst)

}

ESXi host that is disconnected or not responding in VMware vCenter Server

ESXi

ALT-F1 = Switches to the console
ALT-F2 = Switches to the DCUI

Restart the Management agents on an ESXi or ESX host

From the Local Console or SSH:

Log in to SSH or Local console as root.
Run these commands:

/etc/init.d/hostd restart
/etc/init.d/vpxa restart