Hi Eric, thanks for the reply.
Actually putting the host to activate did stopped the maintenance and aborted the
migration. Thank you for that.
Regarding the segregated motion network, I don’t have additional physical interfaces, I
can only do it on a VLAN. I don’t know if this would help…
The attached picture shows my networks.
On 13 Apr 2020, at 14:43,
It should give you the option to Activate the host to end it's preparing for
maintenance. Once its active if the vm's are shut down it should go strait to
maintenance mode in just a few seconds.
My question is, are you using a migration network separate from ovirtmgmt network? That
would probably speed things along for you.
Digital Data Services LLC.
From: Vinícius Ferrão
Sent: Monday, April 13, 2020 12:04 PM
To: users <email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
Subject: [ovirt-users] Host fails to enter in maintenance due to migration failure
I’ve a host that’s preparing to maintenance for almost 20 hours now.
There’s a huge VM on it, with 32 gigs of RAM and this VM is failing migration.
So, there’s a way to cancel prepare for maintenance, so the host can stop trying this
migration that’s end up failing?
I can just shutdown the VM to do the maintenance on the host...
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