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[PCA 2.x] VM Unable to Startup Due to Locked Status (Doc ID 2629166.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 26, 2022

Applies to:

Private Cloud Appliance - Version 2.3.3 to 2.4.2 [Release 2.0]
Linux x86-64


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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