Sean Lair commented on CLOUDSTACK-10246:
I am also having this issue. There was a change to AgentManagerImpl.java a
while back that seems to have broken this for KVM. I'll be working on it this
week or maybe next
> VM HA issues
> Key: CLOUDSTACK-10246
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-10246
> Project: CloudStack
> Issue Type: Bug
> Security Level: Public(Anyone can view this level - this is the
> Components: Management Server
> Affects Versions: 126.96.36.199
> Environment: My setup is CentOS 7 Management server with 3 CentOS 7
> KVM HVs, NFS as primary and secondary storages.
> Reporter: Nux
> Priority: Major
> VM HA fails to kick in when one of the hypervisors goes down.
> It even fails to restart the system VMs which remain down along with the
> instances until the affected HV comes back online.
> When I crash or power off the HV the system marks it in the hosts list as
> "Alert" or "Disconnected" respectively. It should get changed to "Down" after
> that, but this never happens.
> I have tried various combinations of setups (Adv, Basic), none succeeded.
> My instances use HA enabled offerings.
> Management server DEBUG logs here:
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