Description of problem:
vdsm does not catch reboot event sent by libvirt hence there is no indication in rhev-m that vm is rebooting.
event looks as follows:
libvirtEventLoop::DEBUG::2010-06-07 04:29:14,246::vm::1208::vds.vmlog.d9d4ddad-c8a0-4177-88c9-a38e17771a15::reboot event
scenario goes as follows:
1) start linux vm
2) make sure status changes to up
3) login to vm (ssh) and initiate the following command: init 6/reboot
logs shows that libvirt aware that machine is rebooting.
haven't tried on windows.
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actually, the log shows that the reboot event was caught. For some reason, however, this was not reflected in the state of the VM which did not change to RebootInProgress.
Haim, I currently see RebootInProgress just fine. Would you verify that?
yep, I see RebootInProgress event after initiating reboot from within the guest.
one question though and excuse me from being nudge; the reboot appears only after
grub finish to load, is it on purpose or a question of timing for event to catch by vdsm ?
anyway, move to verified.