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VM created with option "Create New Volume" and additional Volume attached
It is a common problem with using additional volumes if we have created a new instance with a real volume before. After performing a particular operation, our virtual machine is unable to boot.
This article splits up in two sections: reproduction of the issue and workaround for CREODIAS users.
1. Create a virtual machine with a new real root disk.
2. Click on the name of your instance.
3. Verify the type of the disk. It has been set up as vda. (Within a virtual machine it is visible as sda)
4. Create additional volume and attach it to the Instance. It has been set up as sda. (Within a virtual machine it is visible as sdb)
5. If you choose one of those options: [...]
Soft Reboot Instance
Hard Reboot Instance
Your instance will become unavailable to boot:
Why did it happen? The additional volume (which does not contain any OS) has been chosen as a sda device during booting this time.
To temporarily fix the problem, please detach the additional volume, reboot the instance and attach the volume again.
To overcome this issue permanently, you have to create a virtual machine with real root disk using Openstack CLI.
1. Source your RC file and use this command to create a bootable volume:
User@CREODIAS:~$ openstack volume create --image image_id --size 5 name_of_the_volume
2. As you may see, you have created a bootable volume with Image Ubuntu 18.04.
3. Now you can create a virtual machine:
User@CREODIAS:~$ openstack server create --volume volume_id --flavor flavor_name --key-name key_name --security-group security_group_id --network network_id name_of_the_virtual_machine
4. The instance has been deployed. Go to Instance details.
Attached volume has a proper sda prefix.