toolstack-reboot and 100% disk usage. Bad idea
I had to restart my pool master toolstack, and no way to reconnect to it again from XCP-ng center.
I'm talking about a pool of 8 host running 7.2 xenserver.
After log into the host I realized the /var/log partition was full, so there is the problem. I take from granted that a host reboot should resolve the problem, but as always, it's complicated.
Are there any way to restart the service (or whaever ) to get my pool back again?. A "systemctl restart xapi" or just xe-toolstack-restart doesn't work. According to xenserver documentation, I must free space (done) and restart the host, but this doc was for 6.5.
I'm not sure to get it. Are you using XenServer or XCP-ng?
I'm using xenserver 7.2 (pending migratin to xcp-ng in this pool)
I had to reboot the host, and as espected, it worked, any way, I'd like to know it another option would had worked.
When the log partition is full, indeed, that's not good. You could have free some space and try to restart the toolstack after that, but I'm not 100% convinced it would have fixed everything
@olivierlambert It didn't work. So I had to reboot the host. Is the same under xcp-ng 8.2?
Hard to tell without knowing all the details. Maybe there's other services to restart, I don't remember