[PVE-User] VM's running but dont' show up
markehle at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 13:39:59 CEST 2012
Rebooting the host server seems to have taken care of the problem.
On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 2:55 PM, Mark Ehle <markehle at gmail.com> wrote:
> Gees - I'm not having a good day. Here's another link that just might work:
> I did not change the host name of my original server. I just tried to make
> a cluster out of it and another machine I had proxmox running on - it
> didn't take, and I just got in the original server and deleted the new node.
> On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 2:50 PM, Claus Strommer <
> claus.strommer at prylynx.com> wrote:
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>> Did you change the hostname? If so you're going to have to migrate
>> the configurations. Off the top of my head this involves:
>> * Change your hostname back
>> * Stop all containers and VMs
>> * Restarting pve-cluster and vz services
>> * move /etc/pve/nodes/<oldhost>/* to /etc/pve/nodes/<newhost>/ .
>> You're going to have to create the subdirectories and move the
>> contents independently. You will not be able to copy the files, since
>> the filesystem enforces uniqueness.
>> * Restart the services again (possibly multiple times)
>> * Restart containers and VMs
>> On 12-07-26 02:42 PM, Mark Ehle wrote:
>> > Folks - I have done some messing around with clusters (to no avail)
>> > and have tried to go back to just a single server. Everything seems
>> > to run fine, but on the web page, running VM's show up with a black
>> > monitor icon and there is no name next to their number. They seems
>> > to be running just fine. What might have I done to cause this, and
>> > how do I fix it?
>> > In this image (not sure it will show up in the email), VM's 104 and
>> > 105 are running, but you would not know it from the screen.
>> > Thanks!
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