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Old 08-24-2017, 06:56 AM   #1
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Rocks cluster 6.2 with KVM canít use resources

im using rocks 6.2 with centos6.6
I have 1 head, 2 compute nodes and 2 vm containers.
I cant figure out how to create a vm from my head node and use the extra resources showed in the monitor?
when creating a MV from from the built in virtual machine manager then it only shows the 8gb memory and 4 processors of the head node?
any help in the right direction will be awesome.

Old 08-24-2017, 10:14 AM   #2
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sorry im moving this thread to rocks

please can a mod delete it.
Old 08-28-2017, 06:23 PM   #3
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Welcome to LQ!!! Since I only have general LQ&question-posting advice, but not technical expertise on this, I'll post it here, *in this to-be-closed thread*, instead of in your replacement thread, in the Rock forum, leaving that currently on ZRT list.

Since that thread hasn't received a reply yet, feel free to Edit it (as #1, instead of replying to your own post, which would remove it from ZRT list; btw, there's a typo: MV from from)

I'd suggest adding a bit more info to it: (via Edit#1, not a Reply if still ZRT)
specific info on the available resources status, in CODE tags or via like links
details on exactly what you tried, and precise info on results
what keywords you tried in web research; I found this etc., from: rocks cluster create vm

I'm familiar with VirtualBox and its extremely detailed log facility, in case that might be useful, as a similar concept, for specifing host/guest resources, etc. details.

Best wishes. I'll ask for this Thread to be closed (LQ doesn't 'delete' things).

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