James.Bulpin at eu
Feb 7, 2013, 7:02 AM
Post #2 of 2
Re: XCP 1.6 fresh install, config does not exist in xenopsd
[In reply to]
> I just have installed XCP 1.6 on 4 identical machines. All four boots
> fine, but they are giving me a wired error on the (serial) console,
> after the login prompt:
> "The server failed to handle your request, due to an internal error.
> The given message may give details useful for debugging the problem.
> message: Object with type VM and id
> e5080070-fb69-45dd-8462-fa7781acbc19/config does not exist in xenopsd"
> The id e5080070-fb69-45dd-8462-fa7781acbc19 corresponds to the control
> domain on this host. The install is very fresh, I have not joined my
> nodes in a pool yet or made any other change. The install was automated
> with a PXE boot and a very simple answers file. I can post the configs,
> if relevant.
> The error message is reproducible on every boot and after a re-install.
> It is visible only on serial console, since the physical one is
> by xsconsole curses interface. I was unable to find the reference to
> this error in the host's logs (did not knew what to look for?).
> Everything appear to work normal, but this error is worrying me. Please
This is a benign error - you can safely ignore it. It's because the
is calling vm-memory-target-set on dom0 before dom0's metadata
is created in xenopsd. This is resolved since 1.6 by removing this
script which is no longer used (https://github.com/xen-org/xen-api/pull/946)
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