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adamant-kite-43734

03/14/2023, 7:59 PM
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quick-sandwich-76600

03/15/2023, 3:24 PM
Being Harvester based on KubeVirt you can also use their CLI to manipulate VMs without needing to have a UI.
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quaint-alarm-7893

03/15/2023, 3:25 PM
great, thanks!
in my case, i had a node that was at 90% cpu for some reason (despite having 0 vms assigned to it) rebooting the node eventually fixed it, just had to get into a good spot to do so.
but a cli would be a great backup
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quick-sandwich-76600

03/15/2023, 3:27 PM
Yes, the CLI is definitely handy for those situations.
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quaint-alarm-7893

03/15/2023, 3:30 PM
side-note, i thing i have either a) an issue with a host having problems, b) a disk issue, or c) a too much / bottlenecking. any pointers on hunting it down? (6-node cluster, dell r620s, with a bunch of ssds (sata2) via mini-sas jbod
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quick-sandwich-76600

03/16/2023, 7:22 AM
The platform itself is quite lean regarding resource consumption, so things like bottlenecks are usually related to the workloads. I recommend you start with the Troubleshooting tips in the documentation: https://docs.harvesterhci.io/v1.1/troubleshooting/installation You may see that a tool called supportconfig is mentioned there several times. If you are a paid customer, that's what you should use to send info to our support colleagues,. If you aren't, it's also useful as it's a package with all the relevant logs altogether. Use it and try to look for errors/warnings in the collected logs. If there's any type of hardware failure or misconfiguration, it's quite likely that you'll something there. If it's a bottleneck or something related to performance, it may not be that obvious, but think about what your VMs are doing and try to follow from there. I hope it helps.
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quaint-alarm-7893

03/16/2023, 4:21 PM
@quick-sandwich-76600 thanks! i'll check it out.