[PVE-User] Unable to take Snapshot

Gilberto Nunes gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 25 17:39:23 CET 2014


I found the answer...
It seems that when use SATA disc is not migrable because qemu do not
support it... Sadly!...



2014-02-25 13:23 GMT-03:00.4166666666666572 Gilberto Nunes <
gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com>:

> Hi
>
> I can't take a snapshot from a VM, running Ubuntu...
>
> Here the error:
>
> eb 25 13:22:00 pve01 pvedaemon[11996]: <root at pam> starting task
> UPID:pve01:00006D38:001C2D2F:530CC328:qmsnapshot:100:root at pam:
> Feb 25 13:22:00 pve01 pvedaemon[27960]: <root at pam> snapshot VM 100: fwl
> Feb 25 13:22:00 pve01 pvedaemon[27960]: VM 100 qmp command failed - VM 100
> qmp command 'savevm-start' failed - State blocked by non-migratable device
> '0000:00:07.0/ich9_ahci'
> Feb 25 13:22:00 pve01 pvedaemon[27960]: VM 100 qmp command failed - VM 100
> qmp command 'savevm-end' failed - VM snapshot not started
> Feb 25 13:22:00 pve01 pvedaemon[27960]: WARNING: VM 100 qmp command
> 'savevm-end' failed - VM snapshot not started
> Feb 25 13:22:00 pve01 pvedaemon[27960]: WARNING: snapshot create failed:
> starting cleanup
> Feb 25 13:22:00 pve01 pvedaemon[27960]: VM 100 qmp command 'savevm-start'
> failed - State blocked by non-migratable device '0000:00:07.0/ich9_ahci'
> Feb 25 13:22:00 pve01 pvedaemon[11996]: <root at pam> end task
> UPID:pve01:00006D38:001C2D2F:530CC328:qmsnapshot:100:root at pam: VM 100 qmp
> command 'savevm-start' failed - State blocked by non-migratable device
> '0000:00:07.0/ich9_ahci'
>
>
> And here the Vm config file:
>
> acpi: 0
> boot: c
> bootdisk: sata0
> cores: 2
> cpu: host
> memory: 2048
> name: Firewall
> net0: e1000=96:33:56:E5:6D:AE,bridge=vmbr0
> net1: e1000=92:6F:0C:25:AA:70,bridge=vmbr1
> onboot: 1
> ostype: l26
> sata0: local:100/vm-100-disk-1.qcow2,format=qcow2,size=80G
> sockets: 2
> vga: vmware
>
>
> Any help will be welcome!
>
> --
> Gilberto Ferreira
>



-- 
Gilberto Ferreira
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