[one-users] Managing VMS with Script
Carlos Martín Sánchez
cmartins at fdi.ucm.es
Tue Sep 7 04:06:39 PDT 2010
The VMs will staty in shutdown until they are, well, shut-down. If your VMs
don't answer to the acpi signals, OpenNebula will keep waiting.
Your machines are shown in onevm list because they are stil running (you can
check if they are visible in your hypervisor).
Keep in mind that a graceful shutdown is different from a delete command,
that may be what you are looking for.
Carlos Martín, Cloud Technology Engineer/Researcher
DSA Research Group: web http://dsa-research.org and blog
OpenNebula Open Source Toolkit for Cloud Computing:
On 7 September 2010 07:24, siva <myknowinmail at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have written a small perl script that shutdowns/Creates all the VMS.
> If I shut down a VM through the script. It shows the state of VM as shut,
> But it still shows in 'onevm list'. its not going away.
> Can any body help me with this,
> If I do onehost list for the coresponding Host still it shows RVM=3 though
> I have shutdown all the VMs on that host (using script). Same is the
> behaviour if I stop and start the one daemon.
> appreciate any inputs.
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