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From: "Uwe Laverenz" <uwe(a)laverenz.de>
Sent: Saturday, February 28, 2015 3:41:55 PM
Subject: [ovirt-users] hosted-engine : how to shutdown hosts?
just a minor problem I guess: I have a small test environment with 2
hosts and a hosted engine on a separate NFS3 share, all running CentOS7.
The VMs are running from an iSCSI storage.
When I want to shutdown the environment I:
- shutdown VMs
- enable global maintenance mode
- "shutdown -h now" on the hosted engine vm
- "shutdown -h now" on the hosts
The problem: instead of shutting down, the hosts perform a reboot after
a short while.
The hosts? Did you look at their console and see that they actually "reboot
after a short while"? Or perhaps they do not shutdown at all and reboot
Is this the expected behaviour or a known bug? How can I cleanly
shutdown my OVirt-environment?
I think that before shutting down a host you should move it to local
maintenance. Not sure, however, how it was started back. Please try and
report back. Thanks!
Do you have fencing enabled?
You wrote '"shutdown -h now" on the hosts'. What happens if you
just one of them and then wait a bit? Does it get started too?
Are you certain that 'shutdown -h now' worked on these hosts before the
setup - that it's not some kernel/bios/etc issue?