I'm quite new to xen and only have access on a production box (which happens to be debian) so I am unable to employ my hack it attitude in case i bring the whole thing down.
When i run xm list it displays my domains but my states are rather confusing.
Name ID Mem VCPUs State Time(s)
Domain-0 0 461 8 r----- 451233.6
civ.xen.domain.co.uk 26 512 1 -b---- 41.9
intranet.domain.eu 25 512 1 -b---- 489.3
migrating-migrating-migrating-devxen.domain.co.uk 10 511 1 r----- 103486.9
migrating-migrating-staging.intranet.domain.eu 11 511 1 r----- 109911.6
proxen.domain.co.uk 27 512 1 -b---- 637.2
relay.domain.co.uk 28 512 1 -b---- 5345.1
r = running but any domain with an r flag is infact blocked while any with a b flag are actually available/ pingable. The manpage states it should be the other way around.
My main worry though is the two domains with migrating-(N) appended to them. I'm unsure where to go from here.
How can I get these domains back on track?
I have tried to load them via
xm create devxen.domain.co.uk.cfg
Using config file "/etc/xen/devxen.domain.co.uk.cfg".
Error: Device 2049 (vbd) could not be connected.
Device /dev/vg1b/devxen.domain.co.uk-swap is mounted in a guest domain, and so cannot be mounted now.
I have also tried a xm resume also to no avail.
I'm reluctant to reboot as this server is apparently a beast to get back on track after a reboot.
So can anyone suggest how I can get the domains migrated or at least back in order for me to load them via xm create.