Article ID: 1363, created on Oct 6, 2008, last review on May 10, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Virtuozzo for Windows 3.5.1 SP1
  • Virtuozzo for Windows 3.5.1

Resolution

For migration, it can be done through the Virtuozzo Management Console (VZMC) or manually.  First, through the VZMC, you would do the following:

  • Right click on the Hardware Node and select Tasks
  • From this menu, select Manage VZAgent Configuration
  • Once the VZAgent Configuration loads, you will select the migrator>configuration>timeouts

There, you can increase the “migrate” value which is represented in seconds.

Also, it can be done manually in the following manner:

  • Open  C:\Program Files\SWsoft\Virtuozzo\VZAgent\etc\vzagent.conf file.
  • Find the following strings:

<migrator>
<configuration>
<timeouts>
<migrate>360000</migrate>
<calc_hwconf>3600</calc_hwconf>
</timeouts>
</configuration>
</migrator>

  • Change “migrate” value and save the file.
  • Restart VZAOP service
For backups, it can be done through the Virtuozzo Management Console (VZMC) or manually.  First, through the VZMC, you would do the following:

  • Right click on the Hardware Node and select Tasks
  • From this menu, select Manage VZAgent Configuration
  • Once the VZAgent Configuration loads, you will select the backm>configuration>timeouts

There you can increase the “backup” value which is represented in seconds.

Or it can  be done manually:

  • Open  C:\Program Files\SWsoft\Virtuozzo\VZAgent\etc\vzagent.conf file.
  • Find the following strings:

<backm>
<configuration>
<timeouts>
<backup>3600</backup>
<search>3600</search>
</timeouts>
<pe_backups_limit>1</pe_backups_limit>
<backup_node>local</backup_node>
</configuration>
</backm>

  • Change “backup” value and save the file.
  • Restart  VZAOP service
Important note: the backup timeout should not exceed <heavy_timeout_limit> in section:

<configuration>
<operation_timing/>
<default_pool>
<timeout_limit>300</timeout_limit>
<heavy_timeout_limit>3600</heavy_timeout_limit>


If the backup timeout is increased, it should not exceed heavy_timeout_limit, otherwise heavy_timeout_limit should be increased as well.

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