Re: [Xen-devel] Xen-unstable and Remus
I recompile xen-unstable, and at this time, I have remus running with
flag --no-net and everything seems good...
I just see that VM on master node change your state between -b----,
r----- and ---s--, in feel seconds...
I do not know if this is a desired behavior or not...
Thanks a lot
gilberto nunes escreveu:
I would to know if somebody here use remus with xen-unstable...
I deploy two servers with this tools and see some abnormal behavior.
I have this xen HVM:
kernel = "/usr/lib/xen/boot/hvmloader"
device_model = '/usr/lib/xen/bin/qemu-dm'
memory = 512
shadow_memory = 16
name = "Windows-2003"
on_poweroff = 'destroy'
on_reboot = 'restart'
n_crash = 'restart'
I success create a vm on server xen-0 (my master node).
I success migrate the vm to xen-1 (my slave node).
I came back successfully vm to xen-0.
When I run remus -i 100 Windows-2003 xen-slave, I see the vm on slave
node turn paused and vm started on master node.
I see remus continuously send packages to slave node.
But after 3 or 5 minutes, I see the the VM on master node enter in
suspend mode without any human intervention! :)
I see that state of vm on slave node has change also, to started mode
( xm list show a ---b-- state).
After this point, the vm freeze and everything goes to down!!!!
Some details about my enviroment:
Two Dell PowerEdge T300 with 1 GB of memory (I know! It's not enoght)
and 160 GB of hard disk.
CentOS x86_64 with kernel 188.8.131.52 compile against xen-unstable...
I have a isolated network to performer live migration and remus...
I hope to be clear here....
Thanks for any help
*Gilberto Nunes Ferreira*
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