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Re: [Xen-API] Configuration needed to share a VDI

I tried to execute the vdi-set-shareable-true.py script, that i have found in the forum. But the result was not positive. I got SR_OPERATION_NOT_SUPPORTED error.

[root@vmserver05 ~]# ./vdi-set-shareable-true.py -v 31e3186c-367f-4a87-b591-56844bb23420
FULL VDI entry = OpaqueRef:fda5a983-f234-c147-3ec9-99a20dfa76c7
{'sm_config': {'vdi_type': 'vhd'}, 'managed': True, 'snapshots': [], 'allowed_operations': ['resize_online', 'generate_config', 'resize', 'destroy', 'clone', 'copy'], 'on_boot': 'persist', 'name_description': '', 'read_only': False, 'uuid': '31e3186c-367f-4a87-b591-56844bb23420', 'storage_lock': False, 'name_label': 'teste', 'tags': [], 'location': '31e3186c-367f-4a87-b591-56844bb23420', 'type': 'user', 'sharable': True, 'snapshot_time': <DateTime u'19700101T00:00:00Z' at -491c56b4>, 'parent': 'OpaqueRef:NULL', 'missing': False, 'xenstore_data': {'storage-type': 'lvm', 'scsi/0x12/0x80': 'AIAAEjMxZTMxODZjLTM2N2YtNGEgIA==', 'scsi/0x12/0x83': 'AIMAMQIBAC1YRU5TUkMgIDMxZTMxODZjLTM2N2YtNGE4Ny1iNTkxLTU2ODQ0YmIyMzQyMCA=', 'vdi-type': 'vhd', 'vdi-uuid': '31e3186c-367f-4a87-b591-56844bb23420'}, 'crash_dumps': [], 'virtual_size': '1073741824', 'is_a_snapshot': False, 'current_operations': {}, 'snapshot_of': 'OpaqueRef:NULL', 'SR': 'OpaqueRef:439cb0a4-8f5e-eba1-6eaa-f2d7ec8827a0', 'other_config': {}, 'physical_utilisation': '1082130432', 'allow_caching': False, 'VBDs': ['OpaqueRef:9d4f9e82-6b15-101d-3cec-46eea2a47359', 'OpaqueRef:9591ab93-0f12-b1a5-f92e-0817355d9988']}

FULL VBD entry = OpaqueRef:9d4f9e82-6b15-101d-3cec-46eea2a47359
{'userdevice': '4', 'runtime_properties': {}, 'allowed_operations': ['pause', 'unpause', 'plug', 'attach'], 'VDI': 'OpaqueRef:fda5a983-f234-c147-3ec9-99a20dfa76c7', 'uuid': 'd0a4ac7f-ae94-18b4-926b-628f31cea636', 'storage_lock': False, 'qos_supported_algorithms': [], 'status_code': '0', 'type': 'Disk', 'empty': False, 'VM': 'OpaqueRef:71dd55e9-2e0e-2e4c-bd7d-ece5d9742b3c', 'status_detail': '', 'metrics': 'OpaqueRef:2f6af1e3-fa0c-c438-6765-dc41978066fc', 'device': '', 'qos_algorithm_type': '', 'unpluggable': True, 'current_operations': {}, 'bootable': False, 'other_config': {}, 'currently_attached': False, 'mode': 'RW', 'qos_algorithm_params': {}}

FULL VBD entry = OpaqueRef:9591ab93-0f12-b1a5-f92e-0817355d9988
{'userdevice': '2', 'runtime_properties': {}, 'allowed_operations': ['pause', 'unpause', 'plug', 'attach'], 'VDI': 'OpaqueRef:fda5a983-f234-c147-3ec9-99a20dfa76c7', 'uuid': '81ed397c-48f2-6bc5-c393-1fefc5645f30', 'storage_lock': False, 'qos_supported_algorithms': [], 'status_code': '0', 'type': 'Disk', 'empty': False, 'VM': 'OpaqueRef:a07bf61b-d4bb-ab23-617e-f2d97771ed92', 'status_detail': '', 'metrics': 'OpaqueRef:3c5a3156-0144-ecdb-d07d-0b349a568b87', 'device': 'xvdc', 'qos_algorithm_type': '', 'unpluggable': True, 'current_operations': {}, 'bootable': False, 'other_config': {'owner': 'true'}, 'currently_attached': False, 'mode': 'RW', 'qos_algorithm_params': {}}

ERROR: failed to re-introduce the VDI. unrecoverable error.
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "./vdi-set-shareable-true.py", line 132, in ?
  File "./vdi-set-shareable-true.py", line 129, in main
    fixup_vdi(options, session)
  File "./vdi-set-shareable-true.py", line 70, in fixup_vdi
  File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/XenAPI.py", line 229, in __call__
    return self.__send(self.__name, args)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/XenAPI.py", line 133, in xenapi_request
    result = _parse_result(getattr(self, methodname)(*full_params))
  File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/XenAPI.py", line 203, in _parse_result
    raise Failure(result['ErrorDescription'])
XenAPI.Failure: ['SR_OPERATION_NOT_SUPPORTED', 'OpaqueRef:439cb0a4-8f5e-eba1-6eaa-f2d7ec8827a0']

On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 9:17 AM, Carlos Eduardo Tavares Terra <eduardo.terra@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have tried to do what you said, but I have got an error.

My steps:

[root@vmserver05 ~]# xe sr-param-list uuid=81a9d5c1-f0a8-ecfb-28b0-59154f2b70df
uuid ( RO)                    : 81a9d5c1-f0a8-ecfb-28b0-59154f2b70df
              name-label ( RW): VMDATA02_RAID10
        name-description ( RW): iSCSI SR [ (iqn.1984-05.com.dell:powervault.md3200i.6782bcb00006b020000000004d41e117)]
                    host ( RO): <shared>
      allowed-operations (SRO): forget; VDI.create; VDI.snapshot; plug; update; destroy; VDI.destroy; scan; VDI.clone; VDI.resize; unplug
      current-operations (SRO):
                    VDIs (SRO): 6fc452d3-7381-4416-a2c9-71e526261c40
                    PBDs (SRO): 0aee7f9b-3171-f2cf-c3a4-929bb538b247; d3d748b6-574b-598e-5c43-3e4e79c73515; 04e035ba-781c-7c6d-c54b-97b589bc985b; cfbe9adc-e233-5f2d-d798-058815a247d0; 5badfa05-dd7c-3b90-7fde-01c2ea7483e9
      virtual-allocation ( RO): 1073741824
    physical-utilisation ( RO): 1077936128
           physical-size ( RO): 600016158720
                    type ( RO): lvmoiscsi
            content-type ( RO):
                  shared ( RW): true
            other-config (MRW):
               sm-config (MRO): allocation: thick; use_vhd: true; multipathable: true; devserial: scsi-36782bcb000069cb1000003724df80c1e
                   blobs ( RO):
     local-cache-enabled ( RO): false
                    tags (SRW):

[root@vmserver05 ~]# xe vdi-create sr-uuid=81a9d5c1-f0a8-ecfb-28b0-59154f2b70df name-label=teste virtual-size=1GiB type=user sm-config:type=raw sharable=true

Then I have attached this disk in 2 VMs using XenCenter. The VBDs were created, as display here:

[root@vmserver05 ~]# xe vdi-param-list uuid=782f2e7b-77d4-4590-b5c4-d2d473c6b63f
uuid ( RO)                    : 782f2e7b-77d4-4590-b5c4-d2d473c6b63f
              name-label ( RW): teste
        name-description ( RW):
           is-a-snapshot ( RO): false
             snapshot-of ( RO): <not in database>
               snapshots ( RO):
           snapshot-time ( RO): 19700101T00:00:00Z
      allowed-operations (SRO): resize_online; clone
      current-operations (SRO):
                 sr-uuid ( RO): 81a9d5c1-f0a8-ecfb-28b0-59154f2b70df
           sr-name-label ( RO): VMDATA02_RAID10
               vbd-uuids (SRO): c56c23da-85eb-5ae8-a413-18da3d8870b3; 5ca07308-d296-37d9-a715-475453126949
         crashdump-uuids (SRO):
            virtual-size ( RO): 1073741824
    physical-utilisation ( RO): 1073741824
                location ( RO): 782f2e7b-77d4-4590-b5c4-d2d473c6b63f
                    type ( RO): User
                sharable ( RO): true
               read-only ( RO): false
            storage-lock ( RO): false
                 managed ( RO): true
                  parent ( RO): <not in database>
                 missing ( RO): false
            other-config (MRW):
           xenstore-data (MRO): vdi-type: aio; storage-type: lvm; scsi/0x12/0x83: AIMAMQIBAC1YRU5TUkMgIDc4MmYyZTdiLTc3ZDQtNDU5MC1iNWM0LWQyZDQ3M2M2YjYzZiA=; scsi/0x12/0x80: AIAAEjc4MmYyZTdiLTc3ZDQtNDUgIA==; vdi-uuid: 782f2e7b-77d4-4590-b5c4-d2d473c6b63f
               sm-config (MRO): host_OpaqueRef:52a45c20-d88f-5869-7f7b-318b17833721: RW; type: raw; vdi_type: aio
                 on-boot ( RW): persist
           allow-caching ( RW): false
                    tags (SRW):

But I could activate (plug) only one of them. When I try to plug on both of them I get this error:

[root@vmserver05 ~]# xe vbd-plug uuid=c56c23da-85eb-5ae8-a413-18da3d8870b3
Error parameters: , The VDI is not available [opterr=VDI 782f2e7b-77d4-4590-b5c4-d2d473c6b63f already attached RW],

Is there any parameter am I missing?

On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 10:58 AM, Mike McClurg <mike.mcclurg@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 18/05/12 11:49, Carlos Eduardo Tavares Terra wrote:
Do I need to do any special configuration in XCP 1.1 or in the SRs to be
capable of sharing a VDI between two virtual machines?
Is it possible to do in XCP?

You could possibly do this if only one VM attaches the disk RW, but you should definitely not do this if you want more than one of the VMs to attach the disk RW. For that, you should use something like NFS instead.

To share a VDI, create a new vbd to connect the second VM to the VDI. Do 'xe help vbd-create' for docs.


Carlos Eduardo Tavares Terra
Red Hat Certified Engineer
Consultor em Infraestrutura de TI
GNU/Linux #413291 [http://counter.li.org]

Carlos Eduardo Tavares Terra
Red Hat Certified Engineer
Consultor em Infraestrutura de TI
GNU/Linux #413291 [http://counter.li.org]
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