Cannot Delete Duplicate vServers That Have Been Created As A Result Of Using The Re-submit Option On A Failed create vServer Job
(Doc ID 1516756.1)
Last updated on MARCH 29, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software - Version 220.127.116.11.0 and later
You have performed operations via the Enterprise Manager OpCenter Control (EMOC) browser interface (BUI) that resulted in the creation of two vServers, both with identical "friendly" names, e.g. "MyTestServer".
- The initial vServer definition was created when a "Create vServer" operation partially created the server before ultimately failing.
- The duplicate vServer definition was created as a result of re-submitting the first failed "Create vServer" operation via the "Jobs" area, which resulted in a near clone of the original (same "friendly name" but different UUID).
Though each of the failed servers is distinct with respect to OVMM and XEN, neither the original or clone can be deleted though the "Delete vServer" action available under the "vDC Management" area of the EMOC BUI. When you invoke the "Delete vServer" action against either of the affected servers you receive the following failure, which can be found by reviewing the log entries for the failed "Job" in the EMOC BUI:
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