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    Delete Xenserver template

    I have a template VM on Xenserver that I can't delete, when I click properties it's listed as read only and when I select Read/Write it doesn't change. How can I delete this template from within Xencenter?

    In the image the template is called Destiny, I can't delete that. Also I've tried to create a new VM from this template but all that happens is that in 'Storage' is see a VM listed as Control domain on host (Hostname) which I also can't get rid of.

    Where am I going wrong here? I just seem to be filling the LUN with undeletable VM's



    Using Xenserver 5.5

    Thanks.

    EDIT

    Right sorted it seems that the template copy had crashed but as Xencenter gives you very little info on it's copy progress I couldn't tell. I restarted the console and it warned of incomplete processes that had been running for hours. When I restarted I could delete it.
    Last edited by cookie_monster; 15th October 2009 at 03:27 PM.

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