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new sr is empty but insufficient space in xencentre


mike taylor1709160394

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Hi All

 

Ive added another hdd to ubuntu server and add the sr to xenserver no problems. Show correct drive capacity 1tb with 0% used. totally the same as a previous drive running fine with vms active on it. When i go to move a 100gb vm from on sr to this new one it fails saying insufficent space on sr. The when i look at storage again theres 200gb used on the empty 1tb drive and vm hasnt move from old sr. Any ideas as its hard enough to describe the issues for forum searches.

 

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              name-label ( RW): Removable storage
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                   blobs ( RO):
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     local-cache-enabled ( RO): false
                    tags (SRW):
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Hi Alan

 

It is the same type kingston ssd as a previously installed drive. It shows in xencenter when first added empty with correct size. When i try move a vm to it the move fails due to insufficient space. Then when i look at drive again its full. My first though was that it was adb and i had made a mistake but uuid of new drive is def adc.

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Its a 1tb drive. The last attempt has a 200gb vm running on it. Wanted to see if it was some type of read write issue but vm works fine. The test vm im moving to this drive is only 100gb. so if the move was successful there would be 300gb used and 700gb ish free. what is happening is the vm move is failing due to lack of space which at the time of move was 800gb free and then filling the drive with 200gb of none data lol. As far as i can determine the drive is functioning correctly.

 

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