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From "Abhinav Roy (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CLOUDSTACK-7333) [vGPU] Windows VM with GPU cards and PV drivers is going to repair state when deployed with "dynamic scaling enabled" option.
Date Wed, 13 Aug 2014 06:52:11 GMT

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Abhinav Roy updated CLOUDSTACK-7333:
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    Attachment: CS-7333.zip

Attaching MS logs, DB dumps and xe-param-list output for vgpu and non-vgpu VMs

> [vGPU] Windows VM with GPU cards and PV drivers is going to repair state when deployed
with "dynamic scaling enabled" option.
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-7333
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-7333
>             Project: CloudStack
>          Issue Type: Bug
>      Security Level: Public(Anyone can view this level - this is the default.) 
>          Components: Hypervisor Controller, Management Server, XenServer
>    Affects Versions: 4.5.0
>         Environment: Xenserver 6.2.5  + PV drivers (up to date)
>            Reporter: Abhinav Roy
>            Priority: Blocker
>             Fix For: 4.5.0
>
>         Attachments: CS-7333.zip
>
>
> There are 4 scenarios which i tried :
> Setup :
> =============
> CS 4.5 advanced zone with Xen 6.2.5 + PV drivers ( XS Tools)
> Dynamic scaling is enabled on zone level.
> Scenario 1 :
> ====================================
> 1. Register a windows 8 or windows 2012 template ( without dynamic scaling enabled) and
deploy a VM with vGPU service offering from it.
>  
>   -- Template is registered and VM is deployed. 
> 2. Install the PV drivers on the VM.
>   -- PV drivers are installed successfully (make sure they are latest)
> 3. Now stop the VM, enable dynamic scaling and start the VM.
>   -- VM fails to start and goes into the repair state.
> Scenario 2 :
> ====================================
> 1. Register a windows 8 or windows 2012 template ( with dynamic scaling enabled) and
deploy a VM with vGPU service offering from it.
>  
>   -- Template is registered and VM is deployed. 
> 2. Install the PV drivers on the VM.
>   -- PV drivers fail to install and VM goes to repair state.
> Scenario 3 :
> ====================================
> 1. Register a windows 8 or windows 2012 template ( with dynamic scaling enabled and PV
drivers installed) and deploy a VM with vGPU service offering from it.
>  
>   -- Template is registered and VM fails to deploy, it goes into repair state. 
> Scenario 4 :
> ====================================
> 1. Register a windows 8 or windows 2012 template ( without dynamic scaling enabled but
PV drivers are installed) and deploy a VM with vGPU service offering from it.
>  
>   -- Template is registered and VM is deployed. 
> 2. Now stop the VM, enable dynamic scaling and start the VM.
>   -- VM fails to start and goes into the repair state
> Scenario 5 :
> ====================================
> 1. Register a windows 8 or windows 2012 ISO and deploy a VM with vGPU service offering
from it.
>  
>   -- ISO is registered and VM is deployed. 
> 2. Install the PV drivers on the VM.
>   -- PV drivers are installed successfully (make sure they are latest)
> 3. Now stop the VM, enable dynamic scaling and start the VM.
>   -- VM fails to start and goes into the repair state



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