[Openstack] [nova in havana]: vm status update delay when vm process is killed...
jian.wen at canonical.com
Sun Sep 29 06:06:20 UTC 2013
I can't reproduce this bug in a devstack environment freshly installed
Instance's power state should be synced in a very short delay window since
the following bp.
What is the exact version of nova are you using?
Could you file a bug?
On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 9:04 PM, Juha Tynninen <tyky72 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, seems to be I can eliminate the delay by editing the value for the
> nova/compute/manager.py related configuration item in nova.conf:
> help='interval to sync power states between '
> 'the database and the hypervisor'),
> In the grizzly code there is also this default 600 seconds interval
> defined for this check, but still there wasn't this kind of delay
> present... I wonder what has changed.
> How do you see, is there some negative effects to set the
> sync_power_state_interval very low in havana (e.g. 1s or even lower)...?
> On 18 September 2013 12:41, Juha Tynninen <tyky72 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Previously in grizzly if I killed the VM process (in case of devstack the
>> relevant qemu-system process) nova
>> almost immediately noticed this and the status of VM was updated to
>> But now in havana it takes about 5 minutes the VM status to change to
>> Anyone knows what causes this delay?
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