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Problem deleting VMControl Image via SCE 1563

Super Newbie Posts: 35 Karma: +3/-0 *
Problem deleting VMControl Image via SCE
« on: September 24, 2014, 09:48:29 AM »
I've deleted an image from my FSM using VMcontrol.  (OK, I learned that I should delete it first from SCE, THEN delete it from VMControl.

BUT, I didn't do it that way.  I deleted it FIRST via VMControl, and then went to SCE.  When I try and delete it in SCE I get the following error message (Screenshot included too).

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Could not perform action on all selections.
The following images could not be deleted because they are in OK state and created by system, or just in Capturing state:

    ericw test
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How the heck do I delete it now?

>>>>>>>>>Ericw
Administrator Sr. Member Posts: 309 Karma: +6/-0 *****
Re: Problem deleting VMControl Image via SCE
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2014, 11:11:59 AM »
Maybe try to hit the check next to the image and click the Refresh symbol to poll the machine. Once its in an unknown state you should be able to delete it. You could also stop SCE and start SCE and wait for it to poll everything again and it should update the status.
Super Newbie Posts: 35 Karma: +3/-0 *
Re: Problem deleting VMControl Image via SCE
« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2014, 01:31:02 PM »
IBM-SCE> service sce stop
Stopping IBM SmartCloud Entry:                             [  OK  ]
IBM-SCE> service sce start
Starting IBM SmartCloud Entry:                             [  OK  ]
IBM-SCE>

And THEN I was able to select and delete the deleted VMControl image.

I should have thought of that myself, thanks lots!
Administrator Sr. Member Posts: 309 Karma: +6/-0 *****
Re: Problem deleting VMControl Image via SCE
« Reply #3 on: September 24, 2014, 04:00:43 PM »
Great, no problem!