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Re: [Linux-cluster] Forcing off KVM Windows guests from rgmanager



> The problem with this is that when I try to stop rgmanager (or even
> simply disabling the VM resource), an application on the windows KVM
> guest pops up a "Are you sure you want to close X?". This blocks the VMs
> shutdown, which leaves rgmanager sitting there indefinitely waiting for
> the guest VM to stop and nothing actually shuts down until the batteries
> drain.

How much much lead time are you giving rgmanager? In my experience (and
according to vm.sh) rgmanager will issue a virsh destroy roughly 2
minutes after a virsh shutdown. From vm.sh:

 263     <actions>
 264         <action name="start" timeout="300"/>
 265         <action name="stop" timeout="120"/>
...
 467         for op in $*; do
 468                 echo virsh $op $OCF_RESKEY_name ...
 469                 virsh $op $OCF_RESKEY_name
 470 
 471                 timeout=$(get_timeout)
 472                 while [ $timeout -gt 0 ]; do
 473                         sleep 5
 474                         ((timeout -= 5))
 475                         state=$(do_status)
 476                         [ $? -eq 0 ] || return 0
 477 
 478                         if [ "$state" = "paused" ]; then
 479                                 virsh destroy $OCF_RESKEY_name
 480                         fi
 481                 done
 482         done

I don't know off hand if the action parameters can be adjusted in the
rgmanager config, I've never had cause to change it personally.

Your site is a very useful resource btw. Great job and many thanks!

-Mike


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