[PVE-User] Online migration problems with pve 4.2

Eneko Lacunza elacunza at binovo.es
Thu May 12 13:00:58 CEST 2016


El 12/05/16 a las 12:38, Albert Dengg escribió:
> hi,
> On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 08:45:30AM +0200, Eneko Lacunza wrote:
>> Hi Albert,
>> I just updated yesterday afternoon our cluster to PVE 4.2 non-subscrition
>> and migration works OK. Did so using your procedure.
>> I found migration problems about a month ago, you can search in the mailing
>> list the good advice I got from the developers.
> i think i know wich thread you mean, and they advised you to upgrade
> to
> qemu-server 4.0-59
> pve-qemu-kvm 2.5-7
> however, i'm already running
> qemu-server: 4.0-72
> pve-qemu-kvm: 2.5-14
Yes, notice I had to upgrade also on migration-source machines: 
qemu-server 4.0-59 . What version do you have in the to-be-upgraded 

> as for storage:
> we are using ceph storage for the VMs
We too.
> just for the record:
> i reran some test just now:
> * offline migration works (i have a test vm that i could use for
>    that
> * even though i got an error yesterday, it worked just now for a
>    freshly booted VM
> i still would like to find a way that does not involve shutting down
> all VMs to get migration working again...the next possible time for
> that would be at some point end of next week most likly...
I'm think you're hitting a bug in the qemu version running your VMs... 
(as I did).
>> Not really related to this, but you should remove 2.6.32 and 3.10 kernels,
>> they're not able to boot PVE 4/Debian jessie as far as I've tested.
> yes i know, i just saw it...however i really don't think non-running
> kernels are the problem here...


Zuzendari Teknikoa / Director Técnico
Binovo IT Human Project, S.L.
Telf. 943493611
Astigarraga bidea 2, planta 6 dcha., ofi. 3-2; 20180 Oiartzun (Gipuzkoa)

More information about the pve-user mailing list