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From "Sanjay Tripathi (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (CLOUDSTACK-7738) [Doc][Known Issue] PV tools are not getting installed on VGPU enabled Windows VMs when VM deployed with "dynamic scaling enabled" option.
Date Thu, 16 Oct 2014 08:43:34 GMT
Sanjay Tripathi created CLOUDSTACK-7738:
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             Summary: [Doc][Known Issue] PV tools are not getting installed on VGPU enabled
Windows VMs when VM deployed with "dynamic scaling enabled" option.
                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-7738
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-7738
             Project: CloudStack
          Issue Type: Bug
      Security Level: Public (Anyone can view this level - this is the default.)
          Components: Doc
    Affects Versions: 4.5.0
            Reporter: Sanjay Tripathi
            Assignee: Radhika Nair


There are 4 scenarios which i tried :
Setup :
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CS 4.5 advanced zone with Xen 6.2.5 + PV drivers ( XS Tools)
Dynamic scaling is enabled on zone level.
Scenario 1 :
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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
All the above mentioned scenarios are not supported/issue in XS 6.2.5.



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