Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 967136
vdsm partial connection problem causing missing VM memory stats, missing 'WAN options' in console, and inability to power down a guest from AdminPortal
Last modified: 2015-09-22 09:09 EDT
Description of problem:
A customer has reported 3 separate issues in 2 similar environments that we have recently traced back to a problem with vdsm. It would seem that a restart of vdsm resolves the following 3 issues:
(1) Guest memory not being displayed in the AdminPortal
(2) an inability to shut machines down properly
(3) "WAN option" not showing up in Spice console options on UserPortal - Reported in bug#966306 and bug#964195
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Environment 1 - DEV - Log in next comment
Environment 2 - PUREFLEX
Steps to Reproduce:
Unknown. However the customer did notice it started happening after more than 20 or 30 VMs were running but that is inconclusive.
After restarting vdsm on the host, memory stats began reporting again in the AdminPortal. The admin was able to properly (safely) power off VMs. And after the VM was restarted or migrated to another host, the WAN Options setting re-appeared in the UserPortal.
possibly a duplicate of bug 947888. Vinzenz, please check and dupe if indeed the same thing
(In reply to Michal Skrivanek from comment #2)
> possibly a duplicate of bug 947888. Vinzenz, please check and dupe if indeed
> the same thing
Michal, actually, this doesn't happen upon migration. It happens after starting a bunch of VMs on a single host. Lee and I were discussing today that it could possibly be related to bug 918541 but we still need to verify.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 918541 ***