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Sounds like to me that you have some corruption in the server pool. Create a new server pool. Present it the server and then try adding the server to the new server pool.
You can also try ssh to the VM server and ocfs.fsck the server ppol mount point. I've had to do it a time of two for other reasons. If you're using NFS for the server pool... It is almost easier to create a new NFS share. Create a new pool and just add the server to the new pool. At least creating a new pool will tell you if something is wrong with the existing server pool filesystem.
thanks, I tried that and it does use NFS. I was able to delete the pool and recrete a new one, but when I try and re-add the server to the new pool, It gives me this :
Description: Add Server RDSOVM01 to Server Pool RDSOVMPool
Created By: admin
Start Time: Nov 28, 2012 1:55:44 pm
End Time: Nov 28, 2012 1:55:44 pm
Message: (11/28/2012 01:55:44:833 PM) OVMAPI_4010E Attempt to send command: create_server_pool to server: RDSOVM01 failed. OVMAPI_4004E Server Failed Command: create_server_pool RDSOVMPool 0004fb0000020000e87d5b634fb0d9ea 192.168.0.11 0 RDSOVM01 192.168.0.246 master,xen,utility, Status: org.apache.xmlrpc.XmlRpcException: exceptions.Exception:Server already a member of pool: 0004fb000002000010376918eba0afda Wed Nov 28 13:55:44 EST 2012 Wed Nov 28 13:55:44 EST 2012
am I missing another step to remove the server from the original pool. Did I mess up be deleting the pool before I removed the server?
I don't think you messed up. I've seen the VM Manager do some wierd things like this before. Give it a little bit and try it again. It seems like the VM Manager has to "catch up" from time to time.
Will do and I will post the results. I appreciate the help.