Virtuozzo containers are shown with "Offline" status in Virtuozzo Manager (
Top > Service Director > Virtuozzo Manager > Containers). However, these containers are running on the hardware node where they reside.
Odin Business Automation - Standard (OBAS) is outdated.
An outdated Virtual Automation (VA) is installed on the hardware node. Verify the latest VA is installed.
For Virtuozzo for Linux:
[root@hw_node ~]# rpm -q pva-release pva-release-<OUTDATED_VERSION>
For Virtuozzo for Windows:
HW NODE: Start > Control Panel > Programs and Features --->8--- Parallels Virtuozzo Automation <OUTDATED_VERSION> ---8<---
Exceeded connection timeout - low VZ_HN_CONNECT_TIMEOUT. Try synchronizing the hardware node with OBAS:
Top > Service Director > Virtuozzo Manager > Nodes > HW_NODE > Edit > Update (without changes)
The following error shown after several minutes:
Server is temporarily closed for maintenance
Note the synchronization records in the DEBUG logs:
/var/log/hspc/hspc.log --->8--- [2013/11/06 02:10:54] [INFO]  [HSPC::MT::VESrv::_find_vza_transport_obj] Get connection to VZA on Node # HW_ID, connect_type # 0 ... [2013/11/06 02:10:54] [DEBUG]  [HSPC::VZAgent::VZA46::HNGate::get_all_ve_info] get_all_ve_info() ---8<--- /var/log/httpd/hspc_frontend_error_log ---8<--- [Wed Nov 06 02:12:53 2013] [error] [client 18.104.22.168] (70007)The timeout specified has expired: proxy: error reading status line from remote server 127.0.0.1 [Wed Nov 06 02:12:53 2013] [error] [client 22.214.171.124] proxy: Error reading from remote server returned by --->8---
Timestamps indicate that the timeout error occurred in 2 minutes (120 seconds) after starting collecting information with
get_all_ve_info()- this is
/etc/hspc/hspc.conf --->8--- VZ_HN_CONNECT_TIMEOUT = 120 ---8<---
vzcoll service is not running, please check it s status with the following command:
#service vzcoll status
Upgrade OBAS to the latest available version.
Upgrade VA to the latest version according to Virtual Automation builds, releases, and supported virtualization products.
/etc/hspc/hspc.conf --->8--- VZ_HN_CONNECT_TIMEOUT = 12000 ---8<---
Remember to restart hspcd to apply the changes:
~# /etc/init.d/hspcd restart
Start the vzcoll service with:
#service vzcoll start