First off, thank you thank you thank for making such a great product in
Starcluster. I'm fairly new to Amazon cloud computing, and Starcluster has
make it so easy to spin up a cluster of machines for my research.
I was resizing a 100GB attached volume to 500GB using the "resizevolume"
command, and it got pretty far along but then crashed. I've attached the
bug report and also pasted the terminal output below.
In the end, I finished the resize manually using resize2fs, umounted my old
(100 GB) volume and mounted the new one. So things seem ok.
Looking forward to release of version 0.94 so I can use one of the Ubuntu
12.04 AMIs, which have should have current glibc libraries that will play
nicer with my own Ubuntu 12.04 machine!
drausin_at_Edgar: AWS $ starcluster resizevolume -H i-6fb4d01e vol-87d06df9 500
StarCluster - (http://web.mit.edu/starcluster
) (v. 0.93.3)
Software Tools for Academics and Researchers (STAR)
Please submit bug reports to starcluster_at_mit.edu
>>> Using specified host instance i-6fb4d01e
>>> Waiting for instance i-6fb4d01e to come up...
>>> Checking for required remote commands...
>>> Creating snapshot of volume: vol-87d06df9
>>> Waiting for snapshot to complete: snap-88a505c6
snap-88a505c6: |////////// | 25% ETA:
snap-88a505c6: |||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||100% Time:
>>> Creating 500GB volume in zone us-east-1d from snapshot snap-88a505c6
>>> New volume id: vol-074c0379
>>> Waiting for new volume to become 'available'...
>>> Attaching volume vol-074c0379 to instance i-6fb4d01e...
No handlers could be found for logger "ssh.transport"
Traceback (most recent call last):
line 255, in main
line 86, in execute
new_volid = vc.resize(vol, size, dest_zone=self.opts.dest_zone)
line 316, in resize
device = self._get_volume_device()
line 117, in _get_volume_device
line 306, in path_exists
line 371, in stat
line 337, in stat
t, msg = self._request(CMD_STAT, path)
line 635, in _request
line 667, in _read_response
raise SSHException('Server connection dropped: %s' % (str(e),))
SSHException: Server connection dropped:
!!! ERROR - Oops! Looks like you've found a bug in StarCluster
!!! ERROR - Crash report written to:
!!! ERROR - Please remove any sensitive data from the crash report
!!! ERROR - and submit it to starcluster_at_mit.edu
Received on Sat Jan 19 2013 - 16:59:57 EST