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[PCA]VM Unable to Startup Due to Locked Status (Doc ID 2629166.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 28, 2020

Applies to:

Private Cloud Appliance - Version 2.3.3 to 2.4.2 [Release 2.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


VM unable to startup in one of the compute nodes in the PCA machine.

We can check the status of the VM through OVM CLI . Please check the sample output below; And locked status is showing as "True"

OVM> show vm name=//provide the vm name here//
Command: show vm name=vm name
Status: Success
Time: 2019-10-21 19:15:53,797 PHT
Status = Stopped
Memory (MB) = 4096
Max. Memory (MB) = 4096
Processors = 4
Max. Processors = 4
Priority = 50
Processor Cap = 100
High Availability = No
Operating System = Other Linux
Mouse Type = OS Default
Domain Type = Xen HVM
Keymap = en-us
Start Policy = Use Pool Policy
Boot Order 1 = Disk
Disk Limit = 4
Huge Pages Enabled = No
Config File Absolute Path = /dev/mapper/*****/VirtualMachines/****/vm.cfg
Config File Mounted Path = /OVS/Repositories/****/VirtualMachines/****/vm.cfg
Server = ***** [ovcacn07r1]
Server Pool = ***** [Rack1_ServerPool]
Repository = ******[pm_apps_rep]
Vnic 1 = ****** [00:21:f6:99:bd:53]
VmDiskMapping 1 = ******* [Mapping for disk Id (0004fb0000120000e16b765dc8001e7d.img)]
VmDiskMapping 2 = ****** [Mapping for disk Id (EMPTY_CDROM)]
Restart Action On Crash = Restart
Id = *******
Name = ******
Description = **** template
Locked = true
DeprecatedAttrs = [Huge Pages Enabled (Deprecated for PV guest)]



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