Event ID: 3322
Description: <Virtual Machine name>: Cannot allocate more memory to the virtual machine because there is not enough free disk space to extend the memory contents file '<path to virtual machine .bin file' to <memory value>. (Virtual machine ID <VM GUID>). To free up disk space, delete unnecessary files from the disk and try again.
Note: The *.bin file contains the virtual machine or snapshot memory contents. When dynamic memory is configured for a virtual machine, the size of this file can increase based on the memory configuration settings implemented by a user for that VM or the memory demand inside the virtual machine itself.
- Disk space may not be available on the disk supporting the *.bin file.
- In a Hyper-V Failover Cluster, a virtual machine can have its configuration information stored on cluster shared storage (a Physical disk resource or a Cluster Shared Volume (CSV). If the physical disk resource or the Cluster Shared Volume (CSV) goes Offline or Fails, the VM placed in a critical state. Once the storage is re-connected, the VM should no longer be in a critical state. However, virtual machine worker process (vmwp.exe) does not refresh all of its file handles.
- Verify there is sufficient space on the storage supporting the virtual machine configuration files.
- Execute a Live Migration of the virtual machine(s) experiencing the problem to another node in the cluster. This will re-establish the connections to the required files on the storage.
Raksta ID: 2504962. Pēdējo reizi pārskatīts: 2011. gada 17. febr.. Pārskatījums: 1