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From "Gopalakrishnan S" <go...@assistanz.com>
Subject Re: Host with running VMs question.
Date Thu, 13 Nov 2014 05:26:57 GMT
Hi Clark,

You cannot remove host while running VMs on your cloudstack. I am not sure 
what you had done to reinstall cloudstack-agent and cloudstack database. If 
you had local storage disk corruption then it will affect all your running 
VMs ROOT disks and DATA disks.

If you will re add the host forcefully then stilll VMs will show destroyed 
state again. You can manually change VMs state on database itself.


Thank You.
GopalaKrishnan S
Cloud Consultant - Fogpanel




----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Brent Clark" <bclark@tendrilinc.com>
To: <users@cloudstack.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 1:01 AM
Subject: Host with running VMs question.


> Howdy everyone,
>
> Story:
> Host with all its VMs on local storage had its OS mirrored disk die and
> cause some problems with the running cloudstack-agent and corruption. I
> uninstalled/reinstalled the agent and that caused the cloudstack-manger to
> freak out and be in a state that I couldn't disconnect it or use it. So I
> used cloud monkey to force a host deletion.
>
> The VMs running on that host are still running and fine. The
> cloudstack-manger shows them in destroyed state. And the host is no longer
> showing in the WebUI.
>
> Q> If I add the host back in to the cluster, and since the VMs were all
> created by CloudStack when the host was working, can I add the host back
> and have it find the VMs and take them out of destroyed state? If not, 
> what
> will happen to the working/running VMs if I add the host back?
>
> Thanks!
>
> -- 
> Brent S. Clark
> Senior Cloud & Infrastructure Systems Engineer
>
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