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From Wei ZHOU <ustcweiz...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Upgrade failure. 2.2.14 to 4.1.0
Date Mon, 17 Jun 2013 07:42:06 GMT
The fix for Bug CLOUDSTACK-3005 may help you.

-Wei


2013/6/16 Glen Baars <glen@onsitecomputers.com.au>

> Hello Cloudstack dev,
>
> Just wanted to share my experiences on upgrading 2.2.14 to 4.1.0 with 6
> Xenserver 5.6SP2 hosts.
>
> The documentation doesn't work, so many errors. I ended up restoring after
> 25 hours back to 2.2.14.
>
> I am willing to edit the docs when I get the upgrade to work.
>
> I would suggest the following changes:
>
> 1.
> Automatically take a mysqldump prior to the database upgrade.
> If it fails, revert to the dump and log.
>
> This would be faster to diag / fix and leave the db in a usable state. I
> know you should take a db backup first anyway, but this would be cleaner.
>
> 2.
> The vhd-util download isn't on the upgrade guides.
>
> 3.
> The upgrade guide for 4.1.0 incorrectly list the repos in the examples and
> 4.0
>
> 4.
> The upgrade guide gets cloud and Cloudstack folders wrong all the time
>
> 5.
> I had an issue with a SR-BACKEND failure that ended up being a corrupt
> vhd. This was throwing all kinds of errors with the solution. I know this
> is a Xenserver issue, just might help others with SR-BACKEND failures.
>
> 6.
> 4.0.2 Ubuntu repo install is missing the cloud-setup-encryption binaries.
>
> 7.
> Can't upgrade from 2.2.14 to 4.0.2 due to a know bug that is listed as
> solved due to 4.1.0 being released. This doesn't help when you can't get
> 4.1.0 to work. ( bug is for the database conversion missing 4.02 schema
> files ). If the upgrades don't work, can we put that on the upgrade guide /
> release notes?
>
> This brings me to the issue that I am having.
>
> After the upgrade, I can't deploy any VDI's into the SR's. The secondary
> storage is not getting mounted on the xenservers.
>
> The errors creating the secondary storage VM is below.
>
> http://pastebin.com/H4jZutuP
>
> Any ideas? I put the vhd-util in the correct location and set the
> permissions.
>
> Just to confirm my upgrade steps
>
> 1. Upgrade my single Ubuntu 12.04LTS management server from 2.2.14 to
> 4.1.0 2. rolling pool upgrade to Xenserver 5.6SP2 to 6.1 3. run the script
> to reboot all virtual routers and system vm's
>
> I got to step three and no routers came back up :( due the to secondary
> storage / SR issues.
>
> I have been looking for a way to contribute, maybe I can do Xenserver
> upgrade testing. I am setting up a test lab for this issue currently.
>
> Regards,
>
> Glen Baars
>
>

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