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You should try restarting your XenCenter, then make right-click your server=>Properties=>Boot Options and make sure that "Hard Disk" is checked. When that's done, if you're still having problems, try booting in recovery mode (hit the VM menu and Startup/Shutdown and hit "Start in recovery mode")


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You should restart the MASTER first, then the slaves. This has been the recommended sequence for as long as I can remember. Reboot the XenServer host. Reboot the pool master first. Do not place the pool master into maintenance mode because this designates another host to be the pool master. You will then have a slave with a higher version than the ...



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