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Re: [Xen-API] VM Migration Bug?

Checked domains on both hosts. No duplicates and each one lists the VMs it is 
hosting correctly.

Also restarting xapi on both hosts has no affect.

On 11 Jan 2013, at 13:33, George Shuklin wrote:

> Oh, seems like you got a duplicate domain on some host. Check (manually 
> that that domain is not running on target host (or any host in target's 
> pool), list_domains). And check that vm is removed from target pool (no 
> xe vm-list uuid=... entry). If some correction was made (f.e. stray 
> domain killed), xapi service restart may be need on every host in 
> target's pool.
> 11.01.2013 16:58, Dave Avent ÐÐÑÐÑ:
>> Some more info:
>> I have tracked this down to VM's created using the API (in my case using the 
>> Ruby Fog libraries). I am assuming that these libraries are going something 
>> incorrectly but I cannot figure out exactly what XCP has issues with.
>> To answer your questions they are separate hosts not in a pool.
>> The relevant log entries are here: https://gist.github.com/4510441
>> Thanks,
>> Dave
>> On 10 Jan 2013, at 23:40, George Shuklin wrote:
>>> Are those hosts in same pool or in separate pools? If same pool, shared
>>> SR or local? Anyway, details should be in /var/log/xensource.log (too
>>> much details, actually).
>>> 10.01.2013 14:49, Dave Avent ÐÐÑÐÑ:
>>>> 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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