[one-users] ESX and OpenNebula
tinova at fdi.ucm.es
Tue Sep 21 07:13:11 PDT 2010
I agree that the ESX drivers are not as polished as the KVM and XEN.
We are currently working on improving them.
Regarding your observation, the current ESX drivers should save a
snapshot, suspend the VM , and then on resume it should restore the
snapshot, thus letting the VM in the same state prior to the
suspension. Could you check the ESX logs to see if the snapshot
restoring is failing, or if the VM is rebooting after the snapshot
Constantino Vázquez Blanco | dsa-research.org/tinova
Virtualization Technology Engineer / Researcher
OpenNebula Toolkit | opennebula.org
On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 3:55 PM, Jonathan Kelley <jkelley at vm-labs.com> wrote:
> It looks like the ESX controls of the VMs under OpenNebula are not quite as
> sophisticated as other hypervisors like Xen or KVM.
> It seems that my control of an ESX VM is to create, power on, power off and
> migrate. Is this correct? Suspend and Resume appear to just do a shutdown
> and power up.
> I am just curious if a user wants to save a VM but shut it down and use it
> later what the best way is for them to do it. Also how can the user suspend
> the current state and recover it quickly without a full power cycle.
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