xavierh wrote:Reinstalled latest version of Virtualizaiton staiton for QTS 4.2.3
Created temporary vms with similar names as the ones showing as ghosts in the network configuration: TURNKEY_OBSERVIUM & Ubuntu_16.04
Deleted the VMs after they were created and they disappeared
Removed virtualization station from the NAS. The virtual switch created by Virtualization station disappeared
Reinstalled QTS 4.2.3 20170121 and rebooted the NAS
still the ghost entries appear
Two things to consider in my above scenario (and I apologize as I forgot to mention them!) was:
- Container Station must be uninstalled as well. It kept the VS switches from truly updating on the Network & Virtual Switch
Directories must be manually removed after uninstalling VS
I kept getting the "exclamation" icons, disappearing VMs on overview screen when VM runs and oddly enough vswitch.conf would edit itself if any VM was running. (I don't get it!!)
vswitch.conf looked fine if nothing was running and as soon as I started any VM, vswitch.conf settings would be blank. Turn VM off and vswitch.conf was fine again. Uninstalling Container Station fixed this.
I used WinSCP to visually inspect the NAS directories. After uninstalling, I searched (and deleted) anything QKVM. You'll need to find these yourself as I can't remember from the top of my head where they were.