[Users] Default storage pool won't activate after reboot
ian at crystal.harvard.edu
Tue May 15 19:21:04 UTC 2012
On May 11, 2012, at 3:09 PM, Ian Levesque wrote:
> On May 9, 2012, at 4:02 PM, Haim Ateya wrote:
>>>> - please access your NFS storage
>>>> - change dir to export directory - /vmstore/ovirt
>>>> - cat the following
>> the params sent by the manager connecting host to pool fits to what written in metadata, hence, normally, vdsm shouldn't fail.
>> however, could please run the following:
>> - mount command (on host) - if 'cmcd-db-vip.in.hwlab:/vmstore/ovirt' exists, umount it.
>> - restart vdsmd service
>> - try active pool again (from manager)
>> just want to make sure there is no caching issue.
>> please attach logs (vdsm only) after you perform the above.
> I'm not even seeing the storage domain being passed to the node. I assume this is because the storage domain is inactive but I can't seem to figure out why, or what I need to do to reactivate it.
> The log (vdsm_log.txt) is attached, but it contains no mention of the storage domain. Also attached (vdsm_log_ref.txt) is a snippet of log that includes "/rhev/data-center/mnt/cmcd-db-vip.in.hwlab:_vmstore_ovirt" in the mount list.
Is there any further troubleshooting I can do before giving up on this?
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