[PVE-User] no more isos after configuring cluster
martin at proxmox.com
Thu Aug 20 10:46:04 CEST 2009
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> From: pve-user-bounces at pve.proxmox.com [mailto:pve-user-
> bounces at pve.proxmox.com] On Behalf Of Alain Péan
> Sent: Donnerstag, 20. August 2009 10:24
> To: proxmoxve
> Subject: [PVE-User] no more isos after configuring cluster
> Hi all,
> I am testing proxmox-ve, and for a first try, intalled it on a PC (Dell
> Precision T3400), a few months ago. I then downloaded several isos
> (windows 2003, Ubuntu, etc..) to install virtual machines (using KVM).
> The version is now 1.3.
> Yesterday, a more serious server (Dell PE 2900) became available for
> further tests. I installed it with Proxmox-ve 1.3, then configured it as
> cluster master (pveca -c), then configure the PC (Precision T3400), as
> cluster node (pveca a -h IP_master).
> All went smoothly, and I even tried a virtual machine migration.
> This morning, I wanted to install a new virtual machine on the PC, and
> to my big surprise, did not find any more isos on this PC. Even the
> possibility to download one has disappeared. It is only avalaible on the
> master node.
> I verified on the PC, in /var/lib/vz/template:iso, where I stored the
> files, and indeed, there is no more files...
> Is this the normal and intended behavior ? I must say it is a little bit
Yes, thats the current implementation. ISO and templates are synced from the master to the nodes. So if the master has no ISO it syncs this to the nodes (deletes the existing ones on the node).
BTW, the new storage model introduced first in 1.4 beta (available soon) has a lot of improvement also for managing ISO images and templates.
(we hope to release the 1.4 beta end of this month)
> Nevertheless, congratulations for the work !
> Best Regards,
> Alain Péan - LPP/CNRS
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