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[Xen-users] RE: XCP 1.1 Upgrade

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  • Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2011 17:48:31 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: XCP 1.1 Upgrade

I just solved part of my problem by forgetting the host - 

: xe host-list
: xe host-forget uuid=(UUID from above)

So it was the old host, still in the database, that was the wrong version.  Not 
the new host or the upgraded host.  Weird error, if you ask me, but Google 
eventually got it rounded out.

And yes, /var/log/messages contains some 'fe:' log entries that ultimately led 
to my answer.

I'd still be curious about the answers to the other questions, though.

Bob McDowell

-----Original Message-----
From: Bob McDowell 
Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2011 9:54 AM
To: 'xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: XCP 1.1 Upgrade

I've just finished upgrading both of my test hosts from XCP 1.0 to XCP 1.1, and 
the pool master is fine and happy.  The second host, however, isn't.  To be 
perfectly clear, I didn't 'upgrade' that one, but had installed something else 
in the interim, so I did a fresh install of XCP 1.1.  Anyway when attempting to 
get it to join the pool, I get an error stating that they need to be the same 
version.  I'm reasonably confident that they are, but...

A) Can I get more detail about the error from some sort of log?
B) Can I override the version numbering information (safely)?
C) Could I export my pool configuration and do a fresh install of the pool 


Bob McDowell

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