Replies posted by swatkins
If you check ~/data/logs/sysstats/ping_hosts.INFO we keep a log of pings between all nodes in a cluster. We throw the error you saw if the node is inaccessable over the network, this could be networking or hardware failure. If you check uptime on all nodes, what does it come back with, if they are uniform, it was likely a networking interuption
All valid thought processes. It would be helpfull to check out logs when the issue occours, was there any particular event going on, high disk IO, or some proccess on the VM? It would be a good thing to potentially contact support when there is a paused VM so wost case support may be able to find the root cause.
Do you all have copies of the logs or a screenshot of the failure, i.e. /var/log/messages or /var/log/dmesg Since the hypervisor presents a disk, it should be transparent to the VM, espically given how the distrubuted file system in a cluster works. Is this KVM, vSphere, or HyperV?
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