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From Ogiljae <ogil...@gmail.com>
Subject RE: "migration of data volume is not allowed" - why and how to fix?
Date Sun, 08 Dec 2013 22:57:19 GMT
Hi,

You need to check global configuration.
The related configuration should be true not false.

James.




Sent from Samsung Galaxy NoteNux! <nux@li.nux.ro> wrote:Hi,

I'm currently testing Cloudstack 4.2.1-SNAPSHOT with KVM on CentOS 6.5 
and with local storage, all works fine as far as I can tell and it's 
great that I can move VMs around the hypervisors.

One big problem I have with this setup is that data volumes cannot be 
migrated so if I want to migrate VMs with data volumes to another 
hypervisor, well, that's too bad, "it's not allowed".

Why is that? They're just qcow2 files, like the root disks and since 
they can't be attached to multiple VMs at the same time, I see no reason 
why they couldn't be moved. I bet it'd be just fine if I rsync'ed the 
files over in the other hypervisor and changed some bits in the DB..

What needs to be done to "fix" this and how can I help?

Regards,
Lucian

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