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Ian.Campbell at citrix

May 4, 2012, 2:38 AM

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Re: [Xen-users] Fwd: xe CLI: Error code: MEMORY_CONSTRAINT_VIOLATION - trial XenServer 6.0.2 image has a bug

XCP questions are best directed to the xen-api@ list (CCd). This is not
obvious I admit.

On Fri, 2012-05-04 at 10:34 +0100, Demon wrote:
>
>
> I have encountered the same problem on XCP 1.1 and XCP 1.5 beta.
>
>
> I tried "xe vm-memory-limits-set" command, and what I get is like
>
>
> [root [at] xcp1 ~]# xe vm-memory-limits-set static-min=1GiB
> dynamic-min=4GiB dynamic-max=4GiB static-max=4GiB --multiple
> operation failed on 9587c557-39b0-4cb1-a0e7-f2e701f287ac: You
> attempted an operation on a VM that was not in an appropriate power
> state at the time; for example, you attempted to start a VM that was
> already running. The parameters returned are the VM's handle, and the
> expected and actual VM state at the time of the call.
> vm: 9587c557-39b0-4cb1-a0e7-f2e701f287ac (Control domain on host:
> xcp11)
> expected: halted
> actual: running
>
>
> xcp11 is the VM Host itself. So, is there any way to be halted ?
> And there's no VM on it.

I rather expect that you cannot change static-max for dom0. I don't know
about the other three...

Ian.




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ncuccto at gmail

May 9, 2012, 6:46 PM

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Re: [Xen-users] Fwd: xe CLI: Error code: MEMORY_CONSTRAINT_VIOLATION - trial XenServer 6.0.2 image has a bug [In reply to]

On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 5:38 PM, Ian Campbell <Ian.Campbell [at] citrix>wrote:

> XCP questions are best directed to the xen-api@ list (CCd). This is not
> obvious I admit.
>
> On Fri, 2012-05-04 at 10:34 +0100, Demon wrote:
> >
> >
> > I have encountered the same problem on XCP 1.1 and XCP 1.5 beta.
> >
> >
> > I tried "xe vm-memory-limits-set" command, and what I get is like
> >
> >
> > [root [at] xcp1 ~]# xe vm-memory-limits-set static-min=1GiB
> > dynamic-min=4GiB dynamic-max=4GiB static-max=4GiB --multiple
> > operation failed on 9587c557-39b0-4cb1-a0e7-f2e701f287ac: You
> > attempted an operation on a VM that was not in an appropriate power
> > state at the time; for example, you attempted to start a VM that was
> > already running. The parameters returned are the VM's handle, and the
> > expected and actual VM state at the time of the call.
> > vm: 9587c557-39b0-4cb1-a0e7-f2e701f287ac (Control domain on host:
> > xcp11)
> > expected: halted
> > actual: running
> >
> >
> > xcp11 is the VM Host itself. So, is there any way to be halted ?
> > And there's no VM on it.
>
> I rather expect that you cannot change static-max for dom0. I don't know
> about the other three...
>
> Ian.
>


I kind of get the solution.

After installation of XCP( 1.5 beta or 1.1 ), I tried to create new VM
using XenCenter 6.
Then XenCenter shows error messages,
2012/5/10 上午 09:12:36 Error: Create VM 'test' - MEMORY_CONSTRAINT_VIOLATION
- Memory limits must satisfy: static_min ≤ dynamic_min ≤ dynamic_max ≤
static_max.

I tried this command "xe vm-memory-limits-set uuid= static-min=1GiB
dynamic-min=4GiB dynamic-max=4GiB static-max=4GiB".
And I got this error message,

> operation failed on 9587c557-39b0-4cb1-a0e7-f2e701f287ac: You
> attempted an operation on a VM that was not in an appropriate power
> state at the time; for example, you attempted to start a VM that was
> already running. The parameters returned are the VM's handle, and the
> expected and actual VM state at the time of the call.
> vm: 9587c557-39b0-4cb1-a0e7-f2e701f287ac (Control domain on host:
> xcp11)
> expected: halted
> actual: running

And still I can't create VMs.

I tried to use this command "xe vm-memory-limits-set static-min=1GiB
dynamic-min=4GiB dynamic-max=4GiB static-max=4GiB --multiple" ( I didn't
assign uuid of vm ), I still got the same error message.
But the difference is that I can create VMs after this action.

I'm confused, it seems that few people encounter this problem?
But I installed 5 or 6 times on different machines, all I got is the same
problem.

I hope this will help.


Best regards, Y.Y.Chuang

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