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From Ahmad Emneina <Ahmad.Emne...@citrix.com>
Subject Re: Erasing corrupt virtual routers
Date Thu, 15 Nov 2012 22:14:30 GMT
You should be able to destroy all system vm's. This can be done via the UI
or API. Just make sure the vm's are in a 'Stopped' state. This can be done
by hacking the db, setting the state in the vm_instance table. Disabling
the zone while doing this will prevent cloudstack from trying to start the
vm's, and the destroy action can be taken while the zone is offline.


On 11/15/12 2:10 PM, "Dave Cundiff" <syshackmin@gmail.com> wrote:

>I had a a storage server crash which has caused my virtual routers to all
>have corrupt disks. The management server appears to just keep trying to
>boot them over and over.
>
>I just want to wipe them and start over. What would be the best way to do
>that?
>
>I've already tried using the following
>
>wget 'http://localhost:8096/?command=restartNetwork&id=204&cleanup=1'
>
>However, that just attempts to restart the VM on the same corrupt disk.
>
>I also tried logging into the VM console while booting to repair the
>errors
>but its not even mounting the root filesystem. It appears the only course
>of action is to build brand new VMs.
>
>I'm running version 4.0.
>
>-- 
>Dave Cundiff
>System Administrator
>A2Hosting, Inc
>http://www.a2hosting.com
>


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