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Xenserver 7.1 in emergency mode after power failure


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Panic. 

 

So I assume xe host-is-in-emergency-mode returns True ? If so I would probably do a xe pool-emergency-transition-to-master 

and see if that clears it up. Maybe also do a xe-toolstack-restart after this.  As long as your VM's or storage didn't corrupt XenServer 

itself going belly up isn't the worst case scenario. 

 

--Alan--

 

 

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On 01/07/2019 at 4:37 PM, Alan Lantz said:

Panic. 

 

So I assume xe host-is-in-emergency-mode returns True ? If so I would probably do a xe pool-emergency-transition-to-master 

and see if that clears it up. Maybe also do a xe-toolstack-restart after this.  As long as your VM's or storage didn't corrupt XenServer 

itself going belly up isn't the worst case scenario. 

 

--Alan--

 

 

Most os commands that I would enter, I was getting weird errors and console would logout itself for no reason.

So "host-is-in-emergency-mode" was not returning true nor false. Xenserver went belly up :( Then I reinstalled it and imported VMs from backup.

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