Hi LXD users,
I’m running a remote LXD server as my image server. Let’s call it ‘img-sever’.
And my usage of the img-server is in a cluster of 20 lxd machines.
When I’m trying to launch an image from the remote server, sometimes it will give me this error.
$ lxc launch img-server:ubuntu-2204-empty --vm apt-test -s remote Creating apt-test Error: Failed instance creation: Failed transferring image "f59c49298bf34eaaf3222da5868facfbdf0bf2e39174e528b8de936dc1275dcf" from "<lxd-9>:8443": open /var/snap/lxd/common/lxd/images/f59c49298bf34eaaf3222da5868facfbdf0bf2e39174e528b8de936dc1275dcf: no such file or directory
Seems it’s trying to copy the image from one of the cluster member,
lxd-9, who does not have the image locally.
In fact, this image is available on 3 of my 20 lxd cluster members. But not this one
lxd-8 lxd-19 (current database leader) lxd-15
lxd-9 does not serve any special functionality within the cluster. I’m wondering how can I fix this?
My current workaround is to manually copy the image file to the designated cluster member. Clearly it’s not a good option.
LXD version: 5.11
lxc image info img-server:ubuntu-2204-empty: this is an image we built ourselves
Fingerprint: f59c49298bf34eaaf3222da5868facfbdf0bf2e39174e528b8de936dc1275dcf Size: 354.32MB Architecture: x86_64 Type: virtual-machine Public: no Timestamps: Created: 2023/02/20 06:25 UTC Uploaded: 2023/02/20 06:59 UTC Expires: 2022/12/27 07:48 UTC Last used: never Properties: ... Aliases: - ubuntu-2204-empty Cached: no Auto update: disabled Profiles: - default