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[Xen-API] VM Migration Bug?

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  • From: Dave Avent <Dave.Avent@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2013 10:49:53 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: VM Migration Bug?

I am having issues with migrating VMs between hosts. Here is how I can 
reproduce the problem:

1) Create 2 new VM's (using either a fresh install from Net Install of Debian 
or from a "Golden Image" of a VM previously converted to a Template)

2) Migrate one of the VMs to another hosts

3) Attempt to migrate the same VM back to the original host however it refuses 
and throws:

Cannot restore this VM because it would create a duplicate
vm: OpaqueRef:711f22f3-9e35-b13e-1c35-58e8a578ca0e

What exactly does it think is being duplicated? None of the original assets 
appear to have been left behind (failed to be deleted etc). I can't see why 
this is failing.

Any ideas?

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