[one-users] Problem suspending and resuming vms

Carsten.Friedrich at csiro.au Carsten.Friedrich at csiro.au
Tue Sep 21 23:54:48 PDT 2010

I noticed the BOOT state problem too (in 1.4). You can request a restart on a VM when it is in state BOOT and this usually solves the problem for me.


From: users-bounces at lists.opennebula.org [mailto:users-bounces at lists.opennebula.org] On Behalf Of Antonio Celorio
Sent: Wednesday, 22 September 2010 8:12
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Subject: [one-users] Problem suspending and resuming vms


I'm trying out opennebula with a one machine setup (KVM and SSH), and I can get vms running (both the example ttylinux image and a Ubuntu (vmbuilder-made) image). After creating the host and the virtual network, the first time I run a vm instance, it suspends as expected by onevm suspend 0, but afterwards the instance won't get past the BOOT state when resuming. If I delete that vm and resubmit it, the vm won't even suspend correctly and instead stay forever in the SAVE_SUSPEND state.
I'm a bit lost and would be very grateful if someone could point me in the right direction.


Antonio Celorio
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