I just tried to resize an EBS Volume attached to my cluster and I got the
ldelcano_at_bebop:~$ starcluster resizevolume vol-300354f3 1024
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>>> No keypair specified, picking one from config...
>>> Using keypair: aws-key
!!! ERROR - Failed to resize volume vol-300354f3
!!! ERROR - Unhandled exception occured
Traceback (most recent call last):
line 274, in main
line 103, in execute
new_volid = vc.resize(vol, size, dest_zone=self.opts.dest_zone)
File "<string>", line 2, in resize
line 112, in wrap_f
res = func(*arg, **kargs)
line 371, in resize
snap = self._snapshot
AttributeError: 'VolumeCreator' object has no attribute '_snapshot'
!!! 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
I have run the command when the cluster is stopped, is this correct?
Now I am doing a snapshot of the EBS volume from the AWS console, just in
case, bur from Starcluster documentation I understood that resizevolume
command does everything, right?
Received on Thu Nov 19 2015 - 06:14:11 EST