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From "Ronelle Landy (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (DTACLOUD-236) RHEVM: Clicking on Destroy button on a stopped instance results in "OVIRT::OvirtException:Entity not found: id" exception
Date Fri, 28 Sep 2012 21:27:09 GMT

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Ronelle Landy commented on DTACLOUD-236:
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Just to leave some extra info here ....

Chatted with jweiss ... the exception is sporadic and only ever happens the first time destroy!
is called ... the second time, the delete succeeds without error.
Using the ruby tests we have never showed this error - but there's a good amount of polling
and waiting there to make sure the tests are robust.

When I asked jweiss to output the state of the instance before destroy! is called ... 

<jweiss> rlandy: was definitely stopped.  but this time there was no error on the destroy

Suspicion:  the state value might change and the instance may not 100% stopped - so adding
a delay (after the instance returns as 'stopped' but before destroy) might prevent  from seeing
the exception. Although this issue still stands.

Michal, Marios: do you guys have thoughts on this? 

                
> RHEVM: Clicking on Destroy button on a stopped instance results in "OVIRT::OvirtException:Entity
not found: id" exception
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: DTACLOUD-236
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DTACLOUD-236
>             Project: DeltaCloud
>          Issue Type: Bug
>         Environment: Commit - 43af3a1e109cc608af654b0e016f35c741635d2a
> OS - Fedora 16, RHEL 6.2
> rbovirt (0.0.12)
>            Reporter: Ramesh A
>            Assignee: Michal Fojtik
>
> Clicking on Destroy button on a stopped instance results in "OVIRT::OvirtException:Entity
not found: id" exception in RHEVM step
> Reproduction Steps:
> ==============
> 1. Start an instance from an image
> 2. Click on the above instance and click on destroy button (as its in the stopped state)
> Expected Result:
> =============
> Should be able to destroy the instance
> Actual Result:
> ===========
> Throws "OVIRT::OvirtException:Entity not found: id" exception.  Refer the Screenshot
"RHEVM-Error.png" and Log Trace for further information
> Log Trace:
> =========
> 10.11.10.188 - - [13/Jun/2012 12:36:34] "GET /api/instances HTTP/1.1" 200 22416 11.4034
> 10.11.10.188 - - [13/Jun/2012 12:37:10] "GET /api/instances/e0bbe489-a844-488f-8c2a-fc9410b06e35
HTTP/1.1" 200 5179 11.5450
> 10.11.10.188 - - [13/Jun/2012 12:37:30] "DELETE /api/instances/e0bbe489-a844-488f-8c2a-fc9410b06e35
HTTP/1.1" 303 - 12.0775
> OVIRT::OvirtException:Entity not found: id
> /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/rbovirt-0.0.12/lib/rbovirt.rb:131:in `handle_fault'
> /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/rbovirt-0.0.12/lib/rbovirt.rb:69:in `http_get'
> /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/rbovirt-0.0.12/lib/client/vm_api.rb:22:in `vm_interfaces'
> /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/rbovirt-0.0.12/lib/ovirt/vm.rb:21:in `interfaces'
> /usr/share/deltacloud-core/lib/deltacloud/./helpers/../drivers/rhevm/rhevm_driver.rb:243:in
`convert_instance'
> /usr/share/deltacloud-core/lib/deltacloud/./helpers/../drivers/rhevm/rhevm_driver.rb:131:in
`instances'
> /usr/share/deltacloud-core/lib/deltacloud/./helpers/../drivers/rhevm/rhevm_driver.rb:130:in
`each'
> /usr/share/deltacloud-core/lib/deltacloud/./helpers/../drivers/rhevm/rhevm_driver.rb:130:in
`instances'
> /usr/share/deltacloud-core/lib/deltacloud/./drivers/exceptions.rb:173:in `call'
> /usr/share/deltacloud-core/lib/deltacloud/./drivers/exceptions.rb:173:in `safely'
> /usr/share/deltacloud-core/lib/deltacloud/./helpers/../drivers/rhevm/rhevm_driver.rb:124:in
`instances'
> 10.11.10.188 - - [13/Jun/2012 12:37:42] "GET /api/instances HTTP/1.1" 500 244589 11.0477
> 10.11.10.188 - - [13/Jun/2012 12:37:50] "GET /api/%5C%5C%5C%22%5C%22%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn
HTTP/1.1" 404 962 0.0534
> 10.11.10.188 - - [13/Jun/2012 12:37:53] "GET /api/%5C%5C%5C%22%5C%22%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn%5Cn
HTTP/1.1" 404 962 0.1398

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