[PVE-User] Can I delete the hard disk of a running VM??!! Really??!! It can't be!!!
gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 17 12:22:06 CEST 2014
This is not a bug!
This meant that you really need to be careful what you do... Simple like
2014-10-17 5:08 GMT-03:00 <lst_hoe02 at kwsoft.de>:
> Zitat von Hector Suarez Planas <hector.suarez at codesa.co.cu>:
>> I'm testing a VM with VyOS and I accidentally delete the hard disk, but
>> ¡¡¡The VM still powered on!!!. I reboot the VM and working on after reboot.
>> Where is the hard disk? Well, the qcow2 file do not exist on
>> /var/lib/vz/imaged/VMID. This thing is using a cached hard disk??!! I
>> thought I went crazy, but not.
>> I power off the VM completely and turn on it again. Aaaaaahhh, disk not
>> No bootable device
>> This bug must be fix. When VM is powered on, the hard disk or other
>> device must be locked.
>> If someone malicious comes up to remove hard disks of our powered on
>> virtual machines, we're screwed.
> If you try this with the Management GUI you will get a warning, if you do
> it as "root" on command line all is lost. That's Unix after all.
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