I can't delete VM via web interface, from absent storage.

Joogser

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Hello Colleagues.

I can't delete VM via web interface, because storage where this VM has been placed, has been removed before this great idea.

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Please, share your experience, how remove this hanged VM now? How to do it correctly in the same and similar situations?
I don't wanna have any difficulties in future.

Thanks
 

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No problem. Go to the cmd via SSH. Edit the vm's configfile and delete the storageline. After this, you can delete the vm. Configs under /etc/pve/qemu-server.
 
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