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Updated KVM host from RHEL 6.1 to RHEL 6.2, migrated guests fail to start

Updated 2012-08-11T23:02:58+00:00

Issue

  • We updated one node in our KVM cluster from RHEL 6.1 to RHEL 6.2. After update the node rejoined the cluster normally but virtual machine migration to this node fails with error:
Dec 29 16:26:03 hostname rgmanager[4764]: Migrating vm:GUESTVM to guestvm.example.com
Dec 29 16:26:04 hostname rgmanager[11859]: Migrate GUESTVM to guestvm.example.com failed:
Dec 29 16:26:04 hostname rgmanager[11881]: error: internal error unable to reserve PCI address 0:0:2.0
Dec 29 16:26:04 hostname rgmanager[4764]: migrate on vm "GUESTVM" returned 150 (unspecified)
Dec 29 16:26:04 hostname rgmanager[4764]: Migration of vm:GUESTVM to guestvm.example.com failed; return code 150
Dec 29 16:38:14 hostname rgmanager[4764]: Migrating vm:GUESTVM to guestvm.example.com
Dec 29 16:38:14 hostname rgmanager[21333]: Migrate GUESTVM to guestvm.example.com failed:
Dec 29 16:38:14 hostname rgmanager[21355]: error: internal error unable to reserve PCI address 0:0:2.0
Dec 29 16:38:14 hostname rgmanager[4764]: migrate on vm "GUESTVM" returned 150 (unspecified)
Dec 29 16:38:14 hostname rgmanager[4764]: Migration of vm:GUESTVM to guestvm.example.com failed; return code 150

Environment

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 (migrating from)
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 (migrating to)
  • KVM virtualization
  • Headless guest VM previously created on older libvirt version

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