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shutdown vm from Hyper-V => state in nova

asked 2014-11-26 12:17:30 +0300

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Hi I've setup Hyper-V compute services and attached it to a controller infrastructure. I can boot images sucessfully and I can start, stop and resize vms. I now shutdown an instance from the console in Hyper-V. However the instance is still marked as active in nova. Am I missing some configuration to make nova get state changes triggered from the hypervisor ?

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Update, I found that the state gets updated in a way that if the instance is marked as shutoff in nova and running in Hyper-V. Nova will initiate a shutdown and the instance is powered off in Hyper-V. Can this behaviour be changed so that it is the other way round Nova will mark instance as running

Stefan Zink gravatar imageStefan Zink ( 2014-11-26 17:21:59 +0300 )edit

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answered 2014-11-26 20:33:22 +0300

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Instances created by Nova are supposed to be managed (and thus shut down) by Nova. Said that Nova checks e.g. when nova-compute starts if the VM is active and updates the instance status accordingly.

This applies to every Nova diver (libvirt/KVM, ESXI, Hyper-V, etc), so requests to change this behaviour should be brought to the attention of the general OpenStack community (e.g. OpenStack Dev ML, etc)

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Thanks for your answer. This makes sense to me. I found out that there is a setting in nova called sync_power_state_interval. If you set this to -1 then nova seems to not sync the power states but leaves the powerstate independent of each other.

Stefan Zink gravatar imageStefan Zink ( 2014-11-27 15:28:57 +0300 )edit

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