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Cisco Bug: CSCuo38977 - Invicta appliance with UCS and Vmware Horizon with VAAI enabled

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May 04, 2015

Products (1)

  • Cisco UCS Invicta Series Solid State Systems

Known Affected Releases

v5.0.0_RELEASE v5.0_RELEASE

Description (partial)

Symptom:
1. After creating a pool of Virtual Machines some of the VMs may not restart due to a lock failure. A subsequent redo log file corruption is reported.

2. When performing a deletion of virtual machines some of the VMs may not be deleted due to a failure to obtain an exclusive lock.

3. When executing a vMotion on a VM that has been created with the VAAI Flags enabled, the vMotion may not be able to delete the VM from its original location. This is due to a failure to obtain an exclusive lock.

Conditions:
These symptoms may occur when creating or deleting large bundles of VMs, or when executing a vMotion on a VM that has been created with VAAI Flag enabled.

Affected platforms:
Cisco UCS C3124SA Appliance running version 5.0.1.2 r066 of Invicta OS
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