On 28.09.2012 15:10, Itamar Heim wrote:
On 09/28/2012 03:04 PM, Patrick Hurrelmann wrote:
>>> Is there anything I can do to reset that stuck state and bring the VM
>>> back to live?
>>> Best regards
>> try moving all vm's from that host (migrate them to the other hosts),
>> then fence it (or shutdown manually and right click, confirm shutdown)
>> to try and release the vm from it.
> In the web interface it is shown with icon for stopped VMs and an empty
> host, but status is showing "Not Responding". So the stuck VM is not
> assigned to any host? All 3 hosts and the engine itself have already
> been rebooted since the storage crash (The hosts one by one and going to
> maintenance before).
shortest solution is for you to change the status of the VM in the db to
unlock it, but would be nice to try and understand why this specific vm
got into this state to fix the bug.
yes, sure. If there is more information that I can provide to help,
please let me now. My setup is based on CentOS 6.3 using dreyou's repo.
On hosts: vdsm 4.10.0-0.42.13.el6
On engine: ovirt-engine 3.1.0-3.19.el6
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