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Storage not being released

by Starleybings » March 2nd, 2018, 10:22 pm

This error occurs in case of problems with the iSCSI storage. Make sure that:
The tgtd service is running on the server with storage.
If the error occurs when adding a new node, ssh access to that node and execute:
rootfree # virsh pool-list --all
Name Status Auto start
-----------------------------------------
File active yes
iSCSI-UGLY_004 not active yes

If you see iSCSI-UGLY_004 not active yes, delete the storage, and add a new node again:

rootfree # virsh pool-undefine iSCSI-UGLY_004
iSCSI-UGLY_004 has been deleted

Storage not being released

by Speeaksil » March 2nd, 2018, 7:22 pm

libvirt sends this error message. It means that the disk was deleted only from the control panel.

Solution: You need to delete the disk from the storage manually.

Storage not being released

by Andreykasam » March 2nd, 2018, 4:24 pm

Freshly installed VMmanager 5.81
Centos 7

I got the error: Requested operation is not valid: storage pool is not active

How can I solve it?

Re: Storage not being released

by Kevin » January 16th, 2015, 6:16 pm

Has the storage usage been tamed?

Re: Storage not being released

by Derrick » November 14th, 2014, 4:15 am

I think it may be the cache. I've been monitoring extra closely and just viewing articles then deleting via the trash can inside the feed I've noticed a size able increase in usage. For instance, I read ars technica, wired, slashdot and krebs today, then hit the trash can on each. The usage went from 366 to 382M. No articles were saved.

I look forward to the update.

Re: Storage not being released

by Kevin » November 13th, 2014, 5:51 am

Hello Derrick,

Thanks for sharing and that is an interesting issue. Once a category is removed all data associated with the category ceases to exist and should be reclaimed by the file system. I have been unable to replicate the issue, however, there could be some intricacies that I may be missing.

With that being said, it would likely be very helpful for xFeed to show you how much data it is using and where.
This has been added, additionally there will be an option to clear the web caches (which may be using a substantial amount of space) and also remove cookies.
I'll test it out for a couple days and then get it out there and maybe we can get to the bottom of this...

Thank you for sharing and please do share if you believe I have missed something!

Storage not being released

by Derrick » November 12th, 2014, 2:12 pm

I've noticed that since I've installed 4.2 it seems I keep running out of memory. In my excitement after the upgrade I added a bunch of new feeds in a new category. However I decided to remove the feeds and category later. If I look at manage storage I now am using about 350M of storage. I have 0 unread articles and maybe 50 locked articles. Occasionally the usage goes down a Meg or two but each day it seems to increase.

I'm on iOS 8.0.2.

PS love the new look.

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