[PVE-User] hrtimer errors
davel at upilab.com
Wed Nov 26 15:24:49 CET 2014
Only other thing I can think of that is different the disk type for the
shared storage. I changed from an nfs share to iscsi/lvm storage on a
handful of VMs.
I did notice yesterday during a move from nfs to iscsi/lvm that during
the last part of the move it seem to hang the one of the other VMs I was
looking at that was on the same share.
Maybe sharing a lvm between guest is not a good idea?
On 11/26/2014 8:59 AM, David Lawley wrote:
> yes, and was thinking it might be a VM/KVM issue.
> What version are you using? I know mine are mixed.
> It might be time well spent to go thru all of mine and check and update,
> but its just been recently that it has been an occurrence that has
> caught my attention
> On 11/26/2014 3:47 AM, lst_hoe02 at kwsoft.de wrote:
>> We have also seen this but in our case the node crashed after some time.
>> At least in our case bad RAM should not be the root case because it
>> happend at random times at three different nodes with ECC RAM. We
>> suspect it is related to the virtio we are using for all Windows VMs...
>> Do you also use virtio for Windows guests?
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