Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1024710
engine vm should be powered off if user decides to reboot it and start again while hosted engine installation.
Last modified: 2014-09-18 08:24:28 EDT
After creation of VM during hosted engine setup there is a message saying that if user ,for some reason,decides to reboot the VM ,it should be started manually using hosted-engine --vm-start command.
The message is:
"If you need to reboot the VM you will need to start it manualy using the command hosted-engine --vm-start".
The problem is that when user reboots the vm it still exist. VdsClient shows the VM and its status is DOWN. So when user tries to run hosted-engine --vm-start command there is a message saying that Virtual Machine already exist. In order to run --vm-start user must run --vm-poweroff first.
So,setup must poweroff the VM automatically in order to let the user posibility to run hosted-engine --vm-start or give a message that user need to poweroff VM and than run --vm-start.
patch merged on upstream master branch for 3.4.0 rebase.
(In reply to Sandro Bonazzola from comment #2)
> patch merged on upstream master branch for 3.4.0 rebase.
Do we want this also in zstream? I think it's a simple-enough change and can go in. Not sure it's really needed.
Sebastian Classen reported on users@ what seems like a bug in 23219, pushed a fix 23823 and asked him to try to verify. I'll try that myself later, although it seems not easy to reproduce.
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
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