There is not a way to delete existing reservations through the GUI other than
each user deleting their own reservations. However, if a VM does not have any
reservations on it, you can remove the VM from the VM host under Virtual Hosts
to have it unloaded from the host. Then, when you add the VM back, it will
not be loaded until a reservation is made for the VM or it is reloaded under
Edit Computer Profiles.
If you want to delete *ALL* reservations, you can set request.stateid to 1 (1
is the deleted state) for all entries with the following sql statement (USE
UPDATE request set stateid = 1;
This will function the same as if every user clicked the delete button for all
of their reservations, causing vcld to pick them up, end the reservations, and
reload the VMs.
On Thursday, September 28, 2017 11:28:25 AM EDT António Aragão wrote:
there is any way of ending al reservations and forcing the management node
to deploy new virtual machines on ESXi host?
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