(many people with igb bond and Xen have this issue, i am not the only one - in bonding is this problem quite often,
but i saw already that igb driver hangs also without bond - Intel should check this problem - but i want to test the latest driver 188.8.131.52 if there is still this issue )
Is a NFSv4 share folder, 10gb FB , where vdi are stored.
There is nothing wrong with it except the alerts...
There are several other Shared folder on the same NAS (and same RAID volume) used as SR on another Xenserver pool but there is no alert with them.
@markhewitt1978 said in Xenserver 7.2 soft raid:
hard raid only but it's 7.0 not 7.2
No, it does not as i just went through this. I tried to find help without success. ESPECIALLY because I use UEFI with NVMe SSD I ended up with no raid. HOWEVER, I have a SR backend... SOOO, if a xenserver dies, who cares. No data lost.
I think this is used to populate XenServer metrics. IDK if there is a way to silence this output.
You should ask on IRC, you'll probably have an answer (#xenserver on FreeNode)
Thanks for another xenserver resource.
Some other tips:
Create persistent storage - you can do whatever you want on the VM and on the next boot your changes are gone
xe vm-disk-list vm=xoa-full-test vdi-params=uuid,on-boot
Look on the VDI disk
xe vdi-param-set uuid=ab409ba4-c82b-47dd-b4b9-11924f105da2 on-boot=reset
xe user-password-change old=OLDPASS new=NEWPASS
Add interface to VM
xe vif-create vm-uuid=<vm-uuid> network-uuid=<network-uuid> device=1 mac=random
xe vif-plug uuid=<new_vif_uuid>
List VM interfaces
xe vif-list vm-name-label=XXX
Remove VM interface
xe vif-unplug uuid=VIDUUID && xe vif-destroy uuid=VIDUUID