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From "WXR" <>
Subject Re: How to migrate all volumes from one primary storage to anotherone?
Date Mon, 01 Jul 2013 00:47:32 GMT
Thank you.I have found the button.
And now my question is how to migrate all templates and snapshots from one secondary storage
to another.I try to modify the template_host_ref table in mysql,but cloudstack can not work
correcly after modifying.

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From:  "Geoff Higginbottom"<>;
Date:  Sat, Jun 29, 2013 06:39 PM
To:  "<>"<>; 

Subject:  Re: How to migrate all volumes from one primary storage to anotherone?

To migrate a Root volume simply stop the VM

The button which migrates Hosts when the VM is running becomes a migrate storage button when
the VM is stopped

You have to be a Root admin to do this.


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On 29 Jun 2013, at 07:46, "WXR" <<>> wrote:

In cloudstack 4.1 UI,I can see a button which can migrate a volume from one primary storage
to another,but the volume must not belong to any instance.So at least the root disk volume
can not be migrated.

If I want to migrate all volumes from one primary storage to another,what should I do?

And the same question about secondary storage.
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