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Re: Storage cleaning



virsh list --all

15    VM1    running
16    VM2    running

ps ax | grep virt

14281 ?        Sl   1170:30  /usr/libexec/qemu-kvm -name VM1 [...]
14384 ?        Sl   376:45    /usr/libexec/qemu-kvm -name VM2 [...]

Am 14.05.2020 um 17:45 schrieb Alvin Starr:

List your storage pool to insure that they have been deleted from the pool. If they are not there anymore then check to make sure nothing is running that would have the VM images open.

On 5/14/20 11:01 AM, Lothar Schilling wrote:
Hi everybody,

we have a Centos 6 host with libvirtd 0.10.2. It's holding a storage pool of about 3.5 TB with 4 VMs. I decided to rearrange them, so I destroyed and undefined two of them. But now I am not able to install a new one because virsh gives me an "not enough space left". Those two undefined VMs still linger around somehow occupying a lot of that storage. How can I get rid of them?

Name:           storage
UUID:           8b25e085-38d8-5a09-f80f-a29150f25d42
Status:         laufend
Persistent:     yes
Automatischer Start: yes
Kapazität:     3,54 TiB
Zuordnung:      3,39 TiB
Verfügbar:     155,27 GiB

Thank you very much

Lothar Schilling



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