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Re: OOF Outage
« Reply #30 on: 16 October 2017, 18:05:30 »

Panic over - managed to finally get sufficient control of the bastid hypervisor to allow all the VMs to be move gracefully, and then rebooted the hypervisor :)

No outage needed. Happy days.  Sometimes simple victories give me a real smile :)

You need to upgrade from win95  ;) ;D ;D

Well done TB  :y
I suspect part of the issue is quite the opposite, going too cutting edge.  Already been bitten this month by applying a patch that kills the hypervisor if running Intel based 10GE cards...  ...fortunately in that case the hypervisor had no VMs do to the planned patching :).
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Re: OOF Outage
« Reply #31 on: 16 October 2017, 18:23:36 »

Panic over - managed to finally get sufficient control of the bastid hypervisor to allow all the VMs to be move gracefully, and then rebooted the hypervisor :)

No outage needed. Happy days.  Sometimes simple victories give me a real smile :)

Does that mean TB your cull is postponed?? :-\ :-\ ;D ;D ;)
No. I'll just be happier executing it.

Ooooooo! You are so heartless TB! :o :o :o

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;)
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