I noticed that too, I wasn't sure if it was a bug or just how I had setup
my NFS share..
There were three steps I did to remove the disk images, I'm sure there's a
100% easier solution..:
I found the easiest way (graphically) was go to your
and so a search for the illegal disk. Append
the extra ID eg. <disk href="/api/disks/lk342-dfsdf...
into your URL this'll give you your image ID.
Go to your storage share:
grep -ir 'vmname' *
You'll find the image-id reference here too.
Then the image you will want to remove is in the
I assume you could safely remove this whole folder if you wanted to delete
To remove the illegal state I did it through the API so again with the URL
send a DELETE using HTTP/CURL
Again, this was a poor mans solution but it worked for me.
On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 4:04 AM, Dan Ferris
I have another hopefully simple question.
One VM that I am trying to remove says that it's disk state is "illegal"
and when I try to remove the disk it says that it failed to initiate the
removing of the disk.
Is there an easy way to get rid of these illegal disk images?
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