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From Daniel Mezentsev <...@soleks.com>
Subject Re: volume snapshots on the primary storage
Date Wed, 05 Aug 2015 22:26:44 GMT
  Anshul,
thanks for heads-up.

> In case of XenServer  we keep only latest volume snapshot on primary. To
> know which all are they look for row entries in snapshot_store_ref table
> with store_role primary. If you cannot find VDIs entries in table then
> those VDIs shouldn’t be there. If you are planning to remove them then
> make sure vbd-uuid for those vdi is empty.
>
> Regards,
> Anshul
>
> On 05-Aug-2015, at 1:42 pm, Daniel Mezentsev
> <dan@soleks.com<mailto:dan@soleks.com>> wrote:
>
> Hi All,
>
> I did have an issue with my storage today, and did a lot of clean-ups.
One
> thing i didn't understand - there are are a lot of VDI(s) on my primary
> storage, and the names of that VDI(s) are related to volume snapshots
like
> for example:
> web-node00_web-node00-vol00_20150804084304
> web-node00_web-node00-vol01_20150804081805
>
> so my question is  - should that VDI(s) be on the primary storage ? My
> cloud is running unnder CS 4.5.0, XenServer 6.2.0, primary storage is FC
> NetApp, secondary is NFS. Any ideas/suggestions are more then welcome. My
> primary storage had ~600 VDI(s).
> Daniel Mezentsev, founder
> (+1) 604 313 8592.
> Soleks Data Group.Shaping the clouds.
  Daniel Mezentsev, founder
(+1) 604 313 8592.
Soleks Data Group.
Shaping the clouds.

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