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  1. [Critical] VM Dead after creating snapshot. :'(

    Hi and thank for your reply Udo, Yes I have tried converting it to raw but it didn't helped. Though I haven't tried extracting the lvm out. I'm now gonna give it a try.
  2. [Critical] VM Dead after creating snapshot. :'(

    Trying to re-create the image with qemu-img convert (Original image was 105 but I have made a copy and trying to run the same on a new vm ID108) converted the disk to raw then back to qcow2 root@instant:/var/lib/vz/images/108# qemu-img info vm-108-disk-2.raw image: vm-108-disk-2.raw file...
  3. [Critical] VM Dead after creating snapshot. :'(

    after running qemu-check on the image I found some errors 160 errors were found on the image. Data may be corrupted, or further writes to the image may corrupt it. 409496/1245184 = 32.89% allocated, 0.18% fragmented, 0.00% compressed clusters Image end offset: 66800386048 Tried repairing it...
  4. [Critical] VM Dead after creating snapshot. :'(

    I am not experimenting on the original file. I have made a copy and using the same to fix this issue.
  5. [Critical] VM Dead after creating snapshot. :'(

    Hi toshko4 Thanks for your reply. My issue is a bit different from yours. The main issue I'm facing is that the original disk image I have, is corrupted and not booting up. Whenever I try to boot the VM with the original image, it just shows "Boot Failed, Not a bootable device" .
  6. [Critical] VM Dead after creating snapshot. :'(

    many thanks for replying toshko4 :) [root@static /]# fdisk -l Disk /dev/sda: 107.4 GB, 107374182400 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 13054 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes...
  7. [Critical] VM Dead after creating snapshot. :'(

    thanks to testdiks, I have added the partitions back. What I did next is attached this disk image to another vm running on centos and luckily the system is able to find the LVms. But I can't mount them. So can anyone help me with this?
  8. Hi Udo, SOrry for reaching out like this. I need a lil help with a situation I'm stuck. Please...

    Hi Udo, SOrry for reaching out like this. I need a lil help with a situation I'm stuck. Please see if you can help me out with this http://forum.proxmox.com/threads/20955-Critical-VM-Dead-after-creating-snapshot-(
  9. [Critical] VM Dead after creating snapshot. :'(

    Ok I switched the kernel, now I can use qemu-nbd to mount the image. Trying my luck again. Lets see if it works.
  10. [Critical] VM Dead after creating snapshot. :'(

    Hi there everyone, Now here is what happened. This node was running since 2013 perfectly. I have created 8 VMs back then and they were all up, they are still. When I consoled into the VM using VNC, the vm was stuck at boot with error "boot failed, This hard drive is not bootable" here...

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