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Failed migration to self

Posted on 2008-10-27
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Why would this error generate automatically when HA and DRS are not enabled on any of the hosts? No one tried to migrate nor did anyone attempt a Vmotion. I am in the process of correcting several hardware issues and this keeps coming up everytime the VM is shutdown then powered back on.

Migration of VirtualMachine from host1.domain.local to host1.domain.local in DOMAIN: Reverting to snapshot might generate errors (warnings) on the destination host.
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Looks like this might be related to the VM running off of a snapshot. I haven't used snapshots that much so they are unfamiliar to me.
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