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Re: [virt-tools-list] question about clustering



Ok, so rebooting from within the guest OS itself might not be bad,
since the PID remains the same?  So RHCS is basically checking for the
PID on a vm's instance then?

-Kenny

On Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 4:30 AM, Josip Deanovic
<djosip+news linuxpages net> wrote:
> On Sunday 2011-02-20, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
>> On Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 04:37:47AM +0100, Josip Deanovic wrote:
>> > On Thursday 2011-02-17, Kenneth Armstrong wrote:
>> > > Ok, that's a bigger question than I thought.  We have quite a few
>> > > Windows servers that will be vm's, and well, Windows tends to get
>> > > restarted a lot for updates, etc.  This is something we'll have to
>> > > test once we get the deployment going.
>> >
>> > In case you reboot OS inside the vm, qemu will restart almost instantly
>> > thus in most cases nothing bad will come from it. However, it is
>> > possible to get rgmanager check your virtual machine in the momemnt
>> > it's still down.
>>
>> Isn't in fact the qemu process the same across the reboot
>> in this case?
>
> Yes it is, I forgot that. Sorry.
>
> In case it's powered off and on from virsh/virt-manager then it will aquire
> new PID.
>
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