Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AngeloLuciani. root@ahv# virsh list –all | grep CVM. # Active-backup mode is enabled by default, but can be configured with the following AHV command (Ran from CVM): ssh [email protected] "ovs-vsctl set port bond0 bond_mode=active-backup" # Or run from CVM and change for all hosts in cluster: hostssh "ovs-vsctl set port bond0 bond_mode=active-backup" Find the name of the Controller VM. Sorry, we're still checking this file's contents to make sure it's safe to download. (AHV). If the CVM is shut off, start it. A fresh Nuatnix box will always arrive with AHV and CVM already setup, so you need to used foundation applet to configure the cluster or re-image to the hypervisor of your choice. Hi All, I am trying to write a one (or few) liner to shutdown all non CVM vms found on the cluster. Sorry, we're still checking this file's contents to make sure it's safe to download. Make a note of the Controller VM name in the second column. (AHV) I know 'acli vm.list power_state=on' returns a list of vms across the cluster.... and I know i can do an 'acli vm.force_off [VM Name]' to shut those down. We'll send you an e-mail with instructions to reset your password. Best answer by BrentHysop 11 April 2017, 19:24. Connect to any CVM in the cluster with SSH. Determine if the Controller VM is running. We'll send you an e-mail with instructions to reset your password. Sorry, our virus scanner detected that this file isn't safe to download. Retour sur l’Event Nutanix .Next Nice 2017, Video tutorial : Installation d’une VM Windows (avec VirtIO) sur Nutanix AHV. To show AHV version on particular node issue following command AHV# cat /etc/nutanix-release #Run on particular AHV node/host To show entire cluster AHV version run following command on any CVM of the nutanix cluster cvm$ hostssh cat /etc/nutanix-release. Enter your username or e-mail address. -H                          halt after shutdown (implies -h) In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. For what it's worth: yes this helped. -q, –quiet                 reduce output to errors only Please try again in a few minutes. Please try again in a few minutes. Hi All, I am trying to write a one (or few) liner to shutdown all non CVM vms found on the cluster. So, go ahead and SSH (or open a console) to your CVM. I've been looking for this info for 2 days now. Currently you have JavaScript disabled. A noter que si vous ne spécifier aucune option la CVM redémarre en mode maintenance. Voici les différentes options de la commande : -r                          reboot after shutdown Arrêter la CVM Nutanix proprement / Cvm_shutdown . Start Node AHV. Nutanix Employee 73 replies Shutting down and Restarting a Nutanix Cluster requires some considerations and ensuring proper steps are followed - in order to bring up your VMs & data in a healthy and consistent state. As my colleauge often says, my problem was a loose nut at the keyboard. Log on to the AHV host with SSH. Tested and ready for the enterprise: high performance, flexible migrations, self-healing security configuration, automated data protection with disaster recovery, and rich analytics. A few instances where this needs to be done are below: Root account password was lost. –help                  display this help and exit https://portal.nutanix.com/#/page/docs/details?targetId=Field_Installation_Guide-v3_1:v3__node_install_cvm_t.html#task_vqh_lth_cn, https://portal.nutanix.com/#/page/docs/details?targetId=Field-Installation-Guide-v3-7:v37-nodes-discover-c.html, https://portal.nutanix.com/#/page/phoenix/list. This article describes steps to recover root account password on AHV host. Sorry, our virus scanner detected that this file isn't safe to download. -r                          reboot after shutdown, -h                          halt or power off after shutdown, -H                          halt after shutdown (implies -h), -P                          power off after shutdown (implies -h), -c                          cancel a running shutdown, -k                          only send warnings, don’t shutdown, -q, –quiet                 reduce output to errors only, -v, –verbose               increase output to include informational messages, –help                  display this help and exit, –version               output version information and exit, How NUTANIX help you remove the COMPLEXITY from your IT infrastructures, Nutanix Foundation : Installation de noeuds. So thanks! replying to myself, just to update the community with the solution. Nutanix is a Hypervisor agnostic platform, it supports AHV, Hyper-V, ESXi and XEN. CVM restart clearing authorized hosts from SSH file. 3 years ago 20 January 2017. That’s it. Basic workflow on how to start an AHV node-. Best answer by bezeddin 23 May 2017, 10:05. If the Controller VM is off, a line similar to the following should be returned: NTNX-12AM2K470031-D-CVM shut off For CVMS and Nutanix AHV, VMware ESXi, Citrix Xen we can place with SSH and for Microsoft Hyper-V Use PowerShell or failover cluster manager. Click here for instructions on how to enable JavaScript in your browser. cvm… Now all you need to do is: cvm_shutdown -P now. -h                          halt or power off after shutdown Login and get to the ncli. -k                          only send warnings, don’t shutdown # Balance-slb algorithm is configured for each bond on all AHV nodes in the Nutanix cluster with the following commands (Ran from CVM): ssh [email protected] "ovs-vsctl set port bond0 bond_mode=balance-slb" ssh [email protected] "ovs-vsctl set port bond0 other_config:bond-rebalance-interval=60000" # Or run from CVM and change for all hosts in cluster: hostssh "ovs-vsctl set port … Woohoo. No.#9 Get cluster information like cluster name, cluster UUID, cluster IP address and timezone etc run below command from any CVM. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Find the name of Controller VM (cvm) Determine if CVM is running. Lorsque vous éteignez une CVM pour maintenance ou lorsque vous la rebooter et que vous utiliser les commandes classiques sudo shutdown ou sudo reboot, les IOs des VMs “hébergées” par la CVM sont redirigés violemment sur les autres CVM du cluster. -P                          power off after shutdown (implies -h) -v, –verbose               increase output to include informational messages To show AOS version issue following command cvm$ cat /etc/nutanix/release_version #Run on particular node cvm$ allssh cat /etc/nutanix/release_version #Run on entire cluster for all node's CVM To show AHV version on particular node issue following command AHV# cat /etc/nutanix-release #Run on particular AHV node/host –version               output version information and exit. If the node is in maintenance mode, Log on to the CVM of this host and take the node out of the maintenance mode. The cvm_shutdown -P now command will gracefully stop all services on the CVM allowing you to reboot the CVM (or the node if you need) cleanly.