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Re: [Xen-users] Live Migration Problem (Xen 3.3 + DRBD 8.0.3)

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Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Live Migration Problem (Xen 3.3 + DRBD 8.0.3)
From: "Ricardo J. Barberis" <ricardo.barberis@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2009 21:54:10 -0200
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El Martes 03 Febrero 2009, Rafael Emerick escribió:
> Hi,


> I'm trying to build a HA Xen with kemari.
> I have two Centos 5.2, with a replication block device with DRBD.
> This replication is ok. Its configure in Primary/Secundary mode.
> In this moment, i only want to make a simple live migration between my
> servers with a HVM guest domain
> Im getting this error, and i would like know what is wrong. I have route
> between the hosts.
> [root@myserver ~]# xm migrate win myserver.mydomain --live
> *Error: can't connect: (113, 'No route to host')*
> Usage: xm migrate <Domain> <Host>
> Migrate a domain to another machine.
> Options:
> -h, --help           Print this help.
> -l, --live           Use live migration.
> -p=portnum, --port=portnum
>                      Use specified port for migration.
> -n=nodenum, --node=nodenum
>                      Use specified NUMA node on target.
> -s, --ssl            Use ssl connection for migration.
> -k, --kemari         Use kemari migration.
> Somebory cant help my?!

You probably haven't enabled Xen's relocation server, 
check /etc/xen/xend-config.sxp for some line like this one:

(xend-relocation-server yes)

Enable it if needed and restart both servers (maybe restarting xend should be 
enough), then try again.

> So Thanks

Good luck!
Ricardo J. Barberis 
Senior SysAdmin - I+D 
Dattatec.com :: Soluciones de Web Hosting 
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