Active-active does not imply LACP. LACP ensures that LAG members stay in the group only if they are able to negotiate group membership with the remote peer thus preventing stale links wrongly connected to a remote port not part of the LAG.
Load balancing requires that either peer balances the egress frames across all links. Cisco is able to do that even without LACP. So is vSphere if you configure it properly.
By changing the channel mode from ‘active’ to ‘on’ as Dragan suggested you are effectively using static EtherChannels where a protocol is not used for forming the EtherChannel (hence this turns off LACP). Nexus 5K switches support this mode.
Also in this case the ESXi VMware vSS was set up to use static channel.
The following Cisco document provides more details:
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