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From gau...@apache.org
Subject [2/3] git commit: updated refs/heads/master to 108a74a
Date Tue, 02 Jun 2015 06:31:48 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack/blob/108a74a6/test/integration/component/maint/testpath_vMotion_vmware.py
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+# Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
+# or more contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file
+# distributed with this work for additional information
+# regarding copyright ownership.  The ASF licenses this file
+# to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the
+# "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance
+# with the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#
+#   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+#
+# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
+# software distributed under the License is distributed on an
+# "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY
+# KIND, either express or implied.  See the License for the
+# specific language governing permissions and limitations
+# under the License.
+""" Test cases for Test Paths Storage Migration
+"""
+from nose.plugins.attrib import attr
+from marvin.cloudstackTestCase import cloudstackTestCase, unittest
+from marvin.lib.utils import (cleanup_resources,
+                              random_gen,
+                              format_volume_to_ext3,
+                              validateList,
+                              is_server_ssh_ready
+                              )
+from marvin.lib.base import (Account,
+                             ServiceOffering,
+                             DiskOffering,
+                             Volume,
+                             Template,
+                             VirtualMachine,
+                             StoragePool,
+                             Snapshot,
+                             VmSnapshot,
+                             Configurations,
+                             Host,
+                             NATRule,
+                             PublicIPAddress,
+                             StaticNATRule,
+                             FireWallRule,
+                             Network
+                             )
+from marvin.lib.common import (get_domain,
+                               get_zone,
+                               get_template,
+                               list_volumes,
+                               list_virtual_machines,
+                               list_clusters,
+                               list_storage_pools,
+                               list_hosts,
+                               get_windows_template,
+                               list_publicIP,
+                               list_nat_rules,
+                               list_ssvms
+                               )
+
+from marvin.cloudstackAPI import (deleteVolume,
+                                  enableStorageMaintenance,
+                                  cancelStorageMaintenance
+                                  )
+import hashlib
+from marvin.sshClient import SshClient
+from marvin.codes import FAILED, PASS, FAIL
+from ddt import ddt, data, unpack
+import time
+from threading import Thread
+
+
+def MigrateDataVolume(self,
+                      volume,
+                      destinationPool,
+                      islive=False,
+                      expectexception=False
+                      ):
+    """ Migrate given volume to type of storage pool mentioned in migrateto:
+
+        Inputs:
+            1. volume:           Volume to be migrated
+            2. migrate_to:       Scope of desired Storage pool to which volume
+                                 is to be migrated
+            3. expectexception:  If exception is expected while migration
+    """
+
+    if expectexception:
+        with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+            Volume.migrate(
+                self.apiclient,
+                volumeid=volume.id,
+                storageid=destinationPool.id,
+                livemigrate=islive
+            )
+    else:
+        Volume.migrate(
+            self.apiclient,
+            volumeid=volume.id,
+            storageid=destinationPool.id,
+            livemigrate=islive
+        )
+
+        migrated_volume_response = list_volumes(
+            self.apiclient,
+            id=volume.id
+        )
+
+        self.assertEqual(
+            isinstance(migrated_volume_response, list),
+            True,
+            "Check list volumes response for valid list"
+        )
+
+        self.assertNotEqual(
+            migrated_volume_response,
+            None,
+            "Check if volume exists in ListVolumes"
+        )
+
+        migrated_volume = migrated_volume_response[0]
+
+        self.assertEqual(
+            str(migrated_volume.state).lower(),
+            'ready',
+            "Check migrated volume is in Ready state"
+        )
+
+        self.assertEqual(
+            migrated_volume.storage,
+            destinationPool.name,
+            "Check volume is on migrated pool"
+        )
+    return
+
+
+def VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm):
+    """
+    This method takes VMSnapshot of the VM post migration
+    to check data integrity.
+    VM snapshot is not possible if VM's volumes have snapshots.
+    So, first we will check if there are any volume
+    snapshots after migration and delete them if
+    there are any. Once VM snapshot is successful,
+    Delete the VM snapshot
+    """
+    volumes = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id,
+                listall=True)
+    for vol in volumes:
+        snapshot = Snapshot.list(self.apiclient, volumeid=vol.id,
+                     listall=True)
+        if(snapshot):
+            for snap in snapshot:
+                try:
+                    Snapshot.deletesnap(self.apiclient, snapid=snap.id)
+                except Exception as e:
+                    raise Exception("Warning: Exception during Volume snapshot deletion : %s" % e)
+    #Take VM snapshot to check data integrity
+    try:
+        vm_snapshot = VmSnapshot.create(self.apiclient, vmid=vm.id)
+    except Exception as e:
+        raise Exception("Warning: Exception during VM snapshot creation : %s" % e)
+
+    #Delete the snapshot
+    try:
+        VmSnapshot.deleteVMSnapshot(self.apiclient, vmsnapshotid=vm_snapshot.id)
+    except Exception as e:
+        raise Exception("Warning: Exception during VM snapshot deletion : %s" % e)
+
+    return
+
+
+def MigrateVmWithVolume(self, vm, destinationHost, volumes, pools):
+    """
+        This method is used to migrate a vm and its volumes using migrate virtual machine with volume API
+        INPUTS:
+               1. vm -> virtual machine object
+               2. destinationHost -> the host to which VM will be migrated
+               3. volumes -> list of volumes which are to be migrated
+               4. pools -> list of destination pools
+    """
+    if not destinationHost:
+        self.debug("Destination host is NULL so migration can't be performed")
+        return
+    vol_pool_map = {}
+    for vol, pool in zip(volumes, pools):
+        vol_pool_map.update({vol.id: pool.id})
+
+    vm.migrate_vm_with_volume(
+                                  self.apiclient,
+                                  hostid=destinationHost.id,
+                                  migrateto=vol_pool_map
+                                  )
+    vm.getState(
+                    self.apiclient,
+                    "Running"
+                )
+    #check for the VM's host and volume's storage post migration
+    migrated_vm_response = list_virtual_machines(self.apiclient, id=vm.id)
+    self.assertEqual(
+                         isinstance(migrated_vm_response, list),
+                         True,
+                         "Check list virtual machines response for valid list"
+                    )
+    self.assertEqual(
+                         migrated_vm_response[0].hostid,
+                         destinationHost.id,
+                         "VM did not migrate to a specified host"
+                    )
+
+    for vol, pool in zip(volumes, pools):
+        migrated_volume_response = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=migrated_vm_response[0].id, name=vol.name, listall=True)
+        self.assertEqual(
+                         isinstance(migrated_volume_response, list),
+                         True,
+                         "Check list virtual machines response for valid list"
+                        )
+        self.assertEqual(
+                         migrated_volume_response[0].storageid,
+                         pool.id,
+                         "Volume did not migrate to a specified pool"
+                        )
+
+        self.assertEqual(
+                         str(migrated_volume_response[0].state).lower(),
+                         'ready',
+                         "Check migrated volume is in Ready state"
+                        )
+
+    return migrated_vm_response[0]
+
+
+def MigrateVm(self, vm, destinationHost):
+    """
+    This method is to migrate a VM using migrate virtual machine API
+    """
+    if not destinationHost:
+        self.debug("Destination host is NULL so migration can't be performed")
+        return
+    vm.migrate(
+                    self.apiclient,
+                    hostid=destinationHost.id,
+                 )
+    vm.getState(
+                    self.apiclient,
+                    "Running"
+                    )
+    #check for the VM's host and volume's storage post migration
+    migrated_vm_response = list_virtual_machines(self.apiclient, id=vm.id)
+    self.assertEqual(
+                         isinstance(migrated_vm_response, list),
+                         True,
+                         "Check list virtual machines response for valid list"
+                        )
+    self.assertEqual(
+                         migrated_vm_response[0].hostid,
+                         destinationHost.id,
+                         "VM did not migrate to a specified host"
+                        )
+    return migrated_vm_response[0]
+
+
+def get_destination_pools_hosts(self, vm, storage_scope, storage_type):
+    """
+    Get destination Pools for all volumes and destination Host for the VM
+    This method is use in case we use the API migrate volume with storage
+    """
+
+    destinationPools = []
+    vol_list = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, listall=True)
+    # For each volume get destination pool
+    for vol in vol_list:
+        pool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, vol.storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(pool)
+        #Get destination host
+    destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, vm, storage_scope)
+    return destinationHost, destinationPools, vol_list
+
+
+def check_files(self, vm, destinationHost):
+    """
+    Check for VMX and VMDK files
+            INPUTS :
+                      1. vm -> The Virtual Machine object
+                      2. destinationHost -> The host to which we want to migrate the VM
+    """
+    # list volumes and their pools
+    # Here we list all the volumes of the VM , then login to the destination host
+    # and check for vmx and vmdk files in the storage
+
+    vm_volumes = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, listall=True)
+    for vol in vm_volumes:
+        spool = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, id=vol.storageid)
+        split_path = spool[0].path.split("/")
+        pool_path = split_path[2]
+        if spool[0].type == "NetworkFilesystem":
+            pool_path = spool[0].id.replace("-", "")
+        sshclient = SshClient(
+                              host=destinationHost.ipaddress,
+                              port=self.testdata['configurableData']['host']["publicport"],
+                              user=self.testdata['configurableData']['host']["username"],
+                              passwd=self.testdata['configurableData']['host']["password"],
+                              )
+        pool_data_vmdk = sshclient.execute("ls /vmfs/volumes/" + pool_path + "/" + vm.instancename + "| grep vmdk")
+        pool_data_vmx = sshclient.execute("ls /vmfs/volumes/" + pool_path + "/" + vm.instancename + "| grep vmx")
+        self.debug("------------------------volume's actual path is: %s" % vol.path)
+        vol_path_db = self.dbclient.execute("select path from volumes where uuid='%s';" % vol.id)
+        self.debug("-----------------------volume's  path in DB is: %s" % vol_path_db)
+        vol_name_db = self.dbclient.execute("select name from volumes where uuid='%s';" % vol.id)
+        self.debug("-----------------------volume's  name in DB is: %s" % vol_name_db)
+        if(pool_data_vmx):
+            vmx_file = vm.instancename + ".vmx"
+            if vol.type == "ROOT":
+                self.assertIn(
+                      vmx_file,
+                      pool_data_vmx,
+                      "The VMX files are missing"
+                      )
+        if(pool_data_vmdk):
+            vmdk_file1 = vol.path + ".vmdk"
+            vmdk_file2 = vol.path + "-flat.vmdk"
+
+            self.assertIn(
+                      vmdk_file1,
+                      pool_data_vmdk,
+                      "The VMDK files are missing"
+                      )
+            self.assertIn(
+                      vmdk_file2,
+                      pool_data_vmdk,
+                      "The VMDK flat files are missing"
+                      )
+    return
+
+
+def GetDestinationStoragePool(self, poolsToavoid, storage_scope, storage_type):
+    """ Get destination pool which has scope same as migrateto
+        and which is not in avoid set
+    """
+
+    destinationPool = None
+    destinationCluster = None
+    if storage_scope == "within_cluster" or storage_scope == "across_cluster":
+        scope = "CLUSTER"
+    else:
+        scope = "ZONE"
+
+    pool = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, name=poolsToavoid)
+    clusters = list_clusters(self.apiclient, listall=True)
+    if storage_scope == "across_cluster":
+        for cluster in clusters:
+            if cluster.id not in pool[0].clusterid:
+                if len(list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)) > 0:
+                    destinationCluster = cluster
+                    break
+        pools_in_cluster = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, clusterid=destinationCluster.id, scope=scope)
+        for pool in pools_in_cluster:
+            if pool.type == storage_type:
+                destinationPool = pool
+                break
+        return destinationPool
+    elif storage_scope == "within_cluster":
+        destinationCluster = list_clusters(self.apiclient, id=pool[0].clusterid, listall=True)[0]
+        storagepools = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, clusterid=destinationCluster.id, scope=scope)
+        for pool in storagepools:
+            if pool.name not in poolsToavoid and pool.type == storage_type:
+                destinationPool = pool
+        return destinationPool
+    elif storage_scope == "ZONE":
+        storagepools = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, scope=scope)
+        for pool in storagepools:
+            if pool.name not in poolsToavoid and pool.type == storage_type:
+                destinationPool = pool
+        return destinationPool
+
+
+def restart_mgmt_server(self, hostip, port, username, password):
+    """Restarts the management server"""
+
+    try:
+        # Get the SSH client
+        ssh = is_server_ssh_ready(
+            hostip,
+            port,
+            username,
+            password,
+        )
+        result = ssh.execute("/etc/init.d/cloudstack-management restart")
+        res = str(result)
+        # Server Stop - OK
+        # Server Start - OK
+        if res.count("OK") != 2:
+            raise ("ErrorInReboot!")
+    except Exception as e:
+        raise e
+    return
+
+
+def check_host_capacity(self, hostid, vm):
+    """Checks whether host has enough capacity to migrate the VM
+    """
+    host = list_hosts(self.apiclient, id=hostid, listall=True)[0]
+    host_memory_available_in_MB = (host.memorytotal - host.memoryallocated) / 1024 * 1024 * 0.8
+    memory_of_vm = vm.memory
+    host_cpu_available_in_MHz = (host.cpuspeed - host.cpuspeed * float(host.cpuallocated.replace("%", "")) / 100) * 0.8
+    cpu_of_vm = vm.cpuspeed
+    if host_memory_available_in_MB > memory_of_vm and host_cpu_available_in_MHz > cpu_of_vm:
+        return PASS
+    else:
+        return FAILED
+
+
+def check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype=None):
+    """
+    This function allocated a public ip, and creates a nat rule for the VM
+    Then tries to ssh into the VM using that public IP
+    This function again is to check VM accessibility post migration
+    """
+    if ostype == "windows":
+        self.debug("SSH check on the VM can't be done as it is a windows VM")
+        return
+
+    src_nat_ip_addrs = list_publicIP(
+            self.apiclient,
+            account=self.account.name,
+            domainid=self.account.domainid
+        )
+    self.assertEqual(
+            isinstance(src_nat_ip_addrs, list),
+            True,
+            "Check list response returns a valid list"
+        )
+    src_nat_ip_addr = src_nat_ip_addrs[0]
+        # Open up firewall port for SSH
+    firewall_rule = FireWallRule.create(
+                    self.apiclient,
+                    ipaddressid=src_nat_ip_addr.id,
+                    protocol=self.testdata["natrule"]["protocol"],
+                    cidrlist=['0.0.0.0/0'],
+                    startport=self.testdata["natrule"]["publicport"],
+                    endport=self.testdata["natrule"]["publicport"]
+                 )
+
+        # Create NAT rule
+    nat_rule = NATRule.create(
+            self.apiclient,
+            virtual_machine_1,
+            self.testdata["natrule"],
+            src_nat_ip_addr.id
+         )
+
+    list_nat_rule_response = list_nat_rules(
+            self.apiclient,
+            id=nat_rule.id
+         )
+    self.assertEqual(
+            isinstance(list_nat_rule_response, list),
+            True,
+            "Check list response returns a valid list"
+         )
+
+    self.assertNotEqual(
+            len(list_nat_rule_response),
+            0,
+            "Check Port Forwarding Rule is created"
+         )
+    self.assertEqual(
+            list_nat_rule_response[0].id,
+            nat_rule.id,
+            "Check Correct Port forwarding Rule is returned"
+        )
+        # SSH virtual machine to test port forwarding
+    try:
+        self.debug("SSHing into VM with IP address %s with NAT IP %s" %
+                       (
+                           virtual_machine_1.ipaddress,
+                           src_nat_ip_addr.ipaddress
+                       ))
+
+        virtual_machine_1.get_ssh_client(src_nat_ip_addr.ipaddress)
+        vm_response = VirtualMachine.list(
+                self.apiclient,
+                id=virtual_machine_1.id
+            )
+        if vm_response[0].state != 'Running':
+            self.fail(
+                    "State of VM : %s is not found to be Running" % str(
+                        virtual_machine_1.ipaddress))
+    except Exception as e:
+        self.fail(
+                "SSH Access failed for %s: %s" %
+                (virtual_machine_1.ipaddress, e)
+            )
+
+    try:
+        nat_rule.delete(self.apiclient)
+    except Exception as e:
+        self.fail("NAT Rule Deletion Failed: %s" % e)
+
+    try:
+        firewall_rule.delete(self.apiclient)
+    except Exception as e:
+        self.fail("Firewall Rule Deletion Failed: %s" % e)
+
+    return
+
+
+@ddt
+class TestStorageLiveMigrationVmware(cloudstackTestCase):
+
+    @classmethod
+    def setUpClass(cls):
+        testClient = super(TestStorageLiveMigrationVmware, cls).getClsTestClient()
+        cls.apiclient = testClient.getApiClient()
+        cls.testdata = testClient.getParsedTestDataConfig()
+        cls.hypervisor = cls.testClient.getHypervisorInfo()
+        cls.dbclient = cls.testClient.getDbConnection()
+        cls.exceptionList = []
+        # Get Zone, Domain and templates
+        cls.domain = get_domain(cls.apiclient)
+        cls.zone = get_zone(cls.apiclient, testClient.getZoneForTests())
+
+        cls.template = get_template(
+            cls.apiclient,
+            cls.zone.id,
+            cls.testdata["ostype"])
+
+        cls._cleanup = []
+
+        if cls.hypervisor.lower() not in [
+                "vmware",
+                "kvm",
+                "xenserver",
+                "hyper-v"]:
+            raise cls.skipTest(
+                "Storage migration not supported on %s" %
+                cls.hypervisor)
+        # Get Hosts in the cluster and iscsi/vmfs storages for that cluster
+        iscsi_pools = []
+        nfs_pools = []
+        try:
+            cls.list_vmware_clusters = list_clusters(cls.apiclient, hypervisor="vmware")
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise cls.skipTest(e)
+
+        if len(cls.list_vmware_clusters) < 1:
+            raise cls.skipTest("There is no cluster available in the setup")
+        else:
+            for cluster in cls.list_vmware_clusters:
+                try:
+                    list_esx_hosts = list_hosts(cls.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)
+                except Exception as e:
+                    raise cls.skipTest(e)
+                if len(list_esx_hosts) > 1:
+                    try:
+                        list_storage = list_storage_pools(cls.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)
+                    except Exception as e:
+                        raise cls.skipTest(e)
+                    for storage in list_storage:
+                        if storage.type == "VMFS":
+                            iscsi_pools.append(storage)
+                    if len(iscsi_pools) > 1:
+                        break
+                    else:
+                        iscsi_pools = []
+                    for storage in list_storage:
+                        if storage.type == "NetworkFilesystem":
+                            nfs_pools.append(storage)
+                    if len(nfs_pools) > 1:
+                        break
+                    else:
+                        nfs_pools = []
+        if len(iscsi_pools) < 2 and len(nfs_pools) < 2:
+            raise unittest.SkipTest("Not enough storage pools available in the setup")
+        cls.hosts = list_esx_hosts
+        cls.pools = list_storage
+
+        # Create an account
+        cls.account = Account.create(
+            cls.apiclient,
+            cls.testdata["account"],
+            domainid=cls.domain.id
+        )
+        cls._cleanup.append(cls.account)
+
+        # Create Service offering
+        cls.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+            cls.apiclient,
+            cls.testdata["service_offering"]
+        )
+        cls._cleanup.append(cls.service_offering)
+
+        if cls.zone.localstorageenabled:
+            cls.testdata["service_offering"]["storagetype"] = 'local'
+            cls.service_offering_local1 = ServiceOffering.create(
+            cls.apiclient,
+            cls.testdata["service_offering"]
+            )
+            cls._cleanup.append(cls.service_offering_local1)
+
+        # Create Disk offering
+        cls.disk_offering = DiskOffering.create(
+            cls.apiclient,
+            cls.testdata["disk_offering"]
+        )
+        cls._cleanup.append(cls.disk_offering)
+        # Create disk offering for resize
+        cls.resized_disk_offering = DiskOffering.create(
+            cls.apiclient,
+            cls.testdata["resized_disk_offering"]
+        )
+        cls._cleanup.append(cls.resized_disk_offering)
+
+        if cls.zone.localstorageenabled:
+            cls.testdata["disk_offering"]["storagetype"] = 'local'
+            cls.disk_offering_local1 = DiskOffering.create(
+            cls.apiclient,
+            cls.testdata["disk_offering"]
+            )
+            cls._cleanup.append(cls.disk_offering_local1)
+
+        # Register windows 2012 server Template if it is not present
+        cls.windows_template = get_windows_template(
+            cls.apiclient,
+            cls.zone.id,
+            ostype_desc="Windows Server 2012 (64-bit)",
+            template_type="USER",
+            hypervisor="VMware",
+            template_filter="all"
+            )
+
+        #cls.template = get_windows_template(cls.apiclient, cls.zone.id ,ostype_desc="Windows Server 2012 (64-bit)")
+        cls.testdata["vgpu"]["Windows Server 2012 (64-bit)"]["url"] = "http://10.147.28.7/templates/Windows2012/WindowsServer2012.ova"
+        cls.testdata["vgpu"]["Windows Server 2012 (64-bit)"]["format"] = "OVA"
+
+        if cls.windows_template == FAILED:
+            if "http://pleaseupdateURL/dummy.vhd" in cls.testdata[
+                    "vgpu"]["Windows Server 2012 (64-bit)"]["url"]:
+                raise unittest.SkipTest(
+                    "Check Test Data file if it has the valid template URL")
+            cls.windows_template = Template.register(
+                cls.apiclient,
+                cls.testdata["vgpu"]["Windows Server 2012 (64-bit)"],
+                hypervisor="VMware",
+                zoneid=cls.zone.id,
+            )
+            timeout = cls.testdata["vgpu"]["timeout"]
+
+            while True:
+                time.sleep(cls.testdata["vgpu"]["sleep"])
+                list_template_response = Template.list(
+                    cls.apiclient,
+                    templatefilter=cls.testdata["templatefilter"],
+                    id=cls.windows_template.id
+                )
+                if (isinstance(list_template_response, list)) is not True:
+                    raise unittest.SkipTest(
+                        "Check list template api response returns a valid list")
+
+                if len(list_template_response) is None:
+                    raise unittest.SkipTest(
+                        "Check template registered is in List Templates")
+                template_response = list_template_response[0]
+                if template_response.isready:
+                    break
+                if timeout == 0:
+                    cls.debug("Failed to download windows template, we will be skipping windows related tests below")
+
+                timeout = timeout - 1
+
+        return
+
+    @classmethod
+    def tearDownClass(cls):
+        try:
+            cleanup_resources(cls.apiclient, cls._cleanup)
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+
+    def setUp(self):
+        self.apiclient = self.testClient.getApiClient()
+        self.dbclient = self.testClient.getDbConnection()
+        self.cleanup = []
+
+    def tearDown(self):
+
+        try:
+            cleanup_resources(self.apiclient, self.cleanup)
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+       # Cancel maintenance state of all hosts
+        list_host = list_hosts(self.apiclient, listall=True)
+        for host in list_host:
+            if host.resourcestate == "Maintenance":
+                Host.cancelMaintenance(self.apiclient, id=host.id)
+                Host.getState(
+                              self.apiclient,
+                              host.id,
+                              "Up",
+                              "Enabled"
+                             )
+        # Cancel maintenance state of all storage pools
+        list_pools = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, listall=True)
+        for pool in list_pools:
+            if pool.state == "Maintenance":
+                cmd = cancelStorageMaintenance.cancelStorageMaintenanceCmd()
+                cmd.id = pool.id
+                self.apiclient.cancelStorageMaintenance(cmd)
+                StoragePool.getState(
+                                     self.apiclient,
+                                     pool.id,
+                                     "Up"
+                                    )
+
+    def get_ssvm_state(self, apiclient, vmid, state, timeout=600):
+        """List VM and check if its state is as expected
+        @returnValue - List[Result, Reason]
+                       1) Result - FAIL if there is any exception
+                       in the operation or VM state does not change
+                       to expected state in given time else PASS
+                       2) Reason - Reason for failure"""
+
+        returnValue = [FAIL, "VM state not trasited to %s,\
+                        operation timed out" % state]
+
+        while timeout > 0:
+            try:
+                projectid = None
+                if hasattr(self, "projectid"):
+                    projectid = self.projectid
+                vms = list_ssvms(self.apiclient, projectid=projectid,
+                          id=vmid, listAll=True)
+                validationresult = validateList(vms)
+                if validationresult[0] == FAIL:
+                    raise Exception("VM list validation failed: %s" % validationresult[2])
+                elif str(vms[0].state).lower().decode("string_escape") == str(state).lower():
+                    returnValue = [PASS, None]
+                    break
+            except Exception as e:
+                returnValue = [FAIL, e]
+                break
+            time.sleep(60)
+            timeout -= 60
+        return returnValue
+
+    def deploy_virtual_machine(self, service_offering_id, vm, template_id):
+        """
+        Function to Deploy VMs
+        """
+        virtual_machine = VirtualMachine.create(
+        self.apiclient,
+        self.testdata[vm],
+        accountid=self.account.name,
+        zoneid=self.zone.id,
+        domainid=self.account.domainid,
+        serviceofferingid=service_offering_id,
+        templateid=template_id,
+        hostid=self.hosts[0].id
+        )
+        virtual_machine.getState(
+                                 self.apiclient,
+                                 "Running"
+                                 )
+
+        return virtual_machine
+
+    def GetDestinationHost(self, hostsToavoid, vm, scope):
+        """
+        This method gives us the destination host to which VM will be migrated
+        It takes the source host i.e. hostsToavoid as input
+        """
+        destinationHost = None
+        destinationCluster = None
+        host = list_hosts(self.apiclient, id=hostsToavoid)
+        clusters = list_clusters(self.apiclient, listall=True)
+        if scope == "across_cluster":
+            for cluster in clusters:
+                if cluster.id not in host[0].clusterid:
+                    hosts_in_cluster = list_hosts(self.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)
+                    if len(hosts_in_cluster) != 0:
+                        destinationCluster = cluster
+                        break
+            hosts = list_hosts(self.apiclient, clusterid=destinationCluster.id)
+            for host in hosts:
+                response = check_host_capacity(self, host.id, vm)
+                if response == PASS:
+                    destinationHost = host
+            return destinationHost
+        elif scope == "within_cluster":
+            hosts = list_hosts(self.apiclient, clusterid=host[0].clusterid)
+            for host in hosts:
+                response = check_host_capacity(self, host.id, vm)
+                if host.id not in hostsToavoid and response is PASS:
+                    destinationHost = host
+                    break
+            return destinationHost
+
+    def GetDestinationHostLocal(self, hostsToavoid, vm, scope):
+        """
+        This method gives us the destination host to which VM will be migrated
+        It takes the souce host i.e. hostsToavoid as input
+        """
+        destinationHost = None
+        destinationCluster = None
+        if scope == "across_cluster":
+            host = list_hosts(self.apiclient, id=hostsToavoid)
+            clusters = list_clusters(self.apiclient, listall=True)
+            for cluster in clusters:
+                if cluster.id not in host[0].clusterid:
+                    hosts_in_cluster = list_hosts(self.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)
+                    if len(hosts_in_cluster) != 0:
+                        destinationCluster = cluster
+                        break
+            hosts = list_hosts(self.apiclient, clusterid=destinationCluster.id)
+            for host in hosts:
+                response = check_host_capacity(self, host.id, vm)
+                if host.id not in hostsToavoid and response == PASS:
+                    pool = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, scope="Host", name=host.name + " Local Storage")
+                    if pool:
+                        destinationHost = host
+                        break
+            return destinationHost
+
+        for host in self.hosts:
+            response = check_host_capacity(self, host.id, vm)
+            if host.id not in hostsToavoid and response == PASS:
+                pool = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, scope="Host", name=host.name + " Local Storage")
+                if pool:
+                    destinationHost = host
+                    break
+        return destinationHost
+
+    def takeVmSnapshotNegative(self, vm_id):
+        """
+        This method takes VM snapshots and stores the exception
+        To be used in the negative scenario where we take snapshot when
+        migration is in progress
+        """
+        try:
+            with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+                VmSnapshot.create(self.apiclient, vmid=vm_id)
+
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.exceptionList.append(e)
+
+    def resizeVolumeNegative(self, volume):
+        """
+        This method resizes volume and stores the exception
+        To be used in the negative scenario where we resize a volume when
+        migration is in progress
+        """
+        try:
+            with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+                volume.resize(self.apiclient, diskofferingid=self.resized_disk_offering.id)
+
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.exceptionList.append(e)
+
+    def takeVolumeSnapshotNegative(self, volumeid):
+        """
+        This method takes volume snapshots and stores the exception
+        To be used in the negative scenario where we take snapshot when
+        migration is in progress
+        """
+        try:
+            with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+                Snapshot.create(self.apiclient, volume_id=volumeid)
+
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.exceptionList.append(e)
+
+    def stopVmNegative(self, vm):
+        """
+        This method tries to destroy a VM and stores the exception
+        To be used in the negative scenario where destroy a VM when
+        migration is in progress
+        """
+        try:
+            with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+                vm.stop(self.apiclient)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.exceptionList.append(e)
+
+    @data(('VMFS', 'within_cluster', 'linux'), ('VMFS', 'within_cluster', 'windows'), ('VMFS', 'across_cluster', 'linux'), ('VMFS', 'across_cluster', 'windows'),
+          ('NetworkFilesystem', 'within_cluster', 'linux'), ('NetworkFilesystem', 'within_cluster', 'windows'), ('NetworkFilesystem', 'across_cluster', 'linux'),
+          ('NetworkFilesystem', 'across_cluster', 'windows'))
+    @unpack
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "basic", "vmware", "vmfs", "shared"], required_hardware="true")
+    def test_01_vm_and_volumes_live_migration_for_vmware_vmfs(self, first_value, second_value, third_value):
+        """
+        This Test Path tests vMotion for NFS as well as VMFS within cluster,
+        across cluster and for both windows and linux VMs using DATA DRIVEN TESTING.
+        This test will run once for each of the 8 configurations give as @data
+        1. Migrate VM from one host to another
+        2. Migrate VMs ROOT volume from one storage to another
+        3. Migrate VM to another Host and ROOT volume to another storage
+        4. Attach a data disk to VM, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        5. Upload a volume, attach it to VM, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        6. Create volume snapshots on all volumes , migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        7. Resize the data disk, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        8. Restore the VM, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        9. Detach the data disk, create another VM, attach the data disk to that VM and then migrate that VM and its volumes.
+        10. Detach upload volume, attach it to the 2nd VM, and then migrate that VM and its volumes.
+        11. Create snapshots for all volumes of 2nd vM, then migrate VM and its volumes.
+
+        After each storage migration step, following validation is done
+        a) Create VM snapshots to check data integrity - @method used : VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        b) Login to the Host/storage pool and check for the VMDK and VMX files for VM and its volumes - @method used : check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        c) Check for VM accessibility by sshing to the VM - @method used : check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1)
+        """
+        storage_type = first_value
+        storage_scope = second_value
+        ostype = third_value
+
+        if ostype == 'windows' and not self.windows_template:
+            self.skipTest("Windows template is not present, so skipping this test")
+        elif ostype == 'windows':
+            template_id = self.windows_template.id
+        else:
+            template_id = self.template.id
+
+        count_host = 0
+        count_pool = 0
+        storage_pool = []
+        if len(self.list_vmware_clusters) < 2:
+            if (storage_scope == "across_cluster"):
+                raise self.skipTest("The setup doesn't have more than one cluster, so can't execute these set of tests")
+        if len(self.list_vmware_clusters) >= 2:
+            for cluster in self.list_vmware_clusters:
+                if len(list_hosts(self.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)) >= 1:
+                    count_host += 1
+                pools = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)
+                for pool in pools:
+                    if pool.storage == storage_type:
+                        storage_pool.append(pool)
+                if len(storage_pool) >= 1:
+                    count_pool += 1
+                storage_pool = []
+        #if storage_scope == "across_cluster":
+        if count_host < 2 or count_pool < 2:
+            raise self.skipTest("The setup doesn't have enough pools or enough hosts. To run these tests the setup must have atleast 2 clusters, \
+            each having min 1 host and 1 vmfs storage pools")
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 1--------------")
+        """
+        Create a VM, live migrate the VM
+        """
+        vm = "virtual_machine2"
+        virtual_machine_1 = self.deploy_virtual_machine(self.service_offering.id, vm, template_id)
+        self.cleanup.append(virtual_machine_1)
+        vm = list_virtual_machines(self.apiclient, id=virtual_machine_1.id, listall=True)[0]
+        #Get destination host
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, virtual_machine_1, storage_scope)
+        #Migrate the VM
+        if storage_scope == "across_cluster":
+            vol_list = []
+            destinationPools = []
+            vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+            VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+            check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+            check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+        else:
+            vm = MigrateVm(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost)
+            check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 2--------------")
+        """
+        Migrate the ROOT Volume
+        Can't migrate a volume to another cluster, so won't run this test in that case
+        """
+        # Get ROOT volume and destination pool
+        if storage_scope != "across_cluster":
+            vol_list = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)
+            root_vol = vol_list[0]
+            destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+            #Migrate ROOT volume
+            islive = True
+            MigrateDataVolume(self, root_vol, destinationPool, islive)
+            VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+            check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+            check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 3--------------")
+        """
+        Migrate the VM and ROOT volume
+        """
+        #Get all volumes to be migrated
+        vm = list_virtual_machines(self.apiclient, id=virtual_machine_1.id, listall=True)[0]
+        destinationHost, destinationPools, vol_list = get_destination_pools_hosts(self, vm, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 4--------------")
+        """
+        Add a data disk and migrate vm, data disk and root disk
+        """
+
+        data_disk_1 = Volume.create(
+                                    self.apiclient,
+                                    self.testdata["volume"],
+                                    zoneid=self.zone.id,
+                                    account=self.account.name,
+                                    domainid=self.account.domainid,
+                                    diskofferingid=self.disk_offering.id
+                                  )
+
+        self.debug("Created volume with ID: %s" % data_disk_1.id)
+
+        virtual_machine_1.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         data_disk_1
+                         )
+
+        destinationHost, destinationPools, vol_list = get_destination_pools_hosts(self, vm, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 5--------------")
+        """
+        Upload a Volume, Attach it to the VM, Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        """
+        #upload a volume
+        self.testdata["configurableData"]["upload_volume"]["format"] = "OVA"
+        self.testdata["configurableData"]["upload_volume"]["url"] = "http://nfs1.lab.vmops.com/templates/burbank-systemvm-08012012.ova"
+        upload_volume = Volume.upload(
+                                      self.apiclient,
+                                      self.testdata["configurableData"]["upload_volume"],
+                                      account=self.account.name,
+                                      domainid=self.domain.id,
+                                      zoneid=self.zone.id
+                                      )
+        upload_volume.wait_for_upload(self.apiclient)
+        virtual_machine_1.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         upload_volume
+                         )
+
+        destinationHost, destinationPools, vol_list = get_destination_pools_hosts(self, vm, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        self.debug("........................checking for files before taking snapshot ..................................")
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 6--------------")
+        """
+        Create snapshots on all the volumes, Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        """
+        #Get ROOT Volume
+        vol_for_snap = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, listall=True)
+        for vol in vol_for_snap:
+            snapshot = Snapshot.create(
+                                        self.apiclient,
+                                         volume_id=vol.id
+                                        )
+            snapshot.validateState(
+                                   self.apiclient,
+                                    snapshotstate="backedup",
+                                    )
+        # Migrate all volumes and VMs
+        self.debug("..................................checking for files just after taking snapshot...................................")
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        destinationHost, destinationPools, vol_list = get_destination_pools_hosts(self, vm, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        self.debug("........................checking for files after taking snapshot and migrating VMs........................")
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 7--------------")
+        """
+        Resize the data volume , Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        """
+        data_disk_1.resize(
+                           self.apiclient,
+                           diskofferingid=self.resized_disk_offering.id
+                           )
+        # Migrate all volumes and VMs
+        destinationHost, destinationPools, vol_list = get_destination_pools_hosts(self, vm, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 8--------------")
+        """
+        Restore the VM , Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        """
+        virtual_machine_1.restore(self.apiclient)
+        virtual_machine_1.getState(
+                                     self.apiclient,
+                                     "Running"
+                                     )
+        # Migrate the VM and its volumes
+        destinationHost, destinationPools, vol_list = get_destination_pools_hosts(self, vm, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 9--------------")
+        """
+        Detach the Data disk, Deploy another VM, attach the data disk and migrate.
+        """
+
+        virtual_machine_1.detach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         data_disk_1
+                         )
+        vm = "virtual_machine3"
+        virtual_machine_2 = self.deploy_virtual_machine(self.service_offering.id, vm, self.template.id)
+        self.cleanup.append(virtual_machine_2)
+        virtual_machine_2.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         data_disk_1
+                         )
+        vm = list_virtual_machines(self.apiclient, id=virtual_machine_2.id, listall=True)[0]
+        destinationHost, destinationPools, vol_list = get_destination_pools_hosts(self, vm, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_2, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_2, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 10--------------")
+        """
+        Detach the uploaded volume, attach it to another vm and migrate.
+        """
+
+        virtual_machine_1.detach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         upload_volume
+                         )
+
+        virtual_machine_2.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         upload_volume
+                         )
+        destinationHost, destinationPools, vol_list = get_destination_pools_hosts(self, vm, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_2, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_2, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 11--------------")
+        """
+        Create snapshots on all the volumes, Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        """
+        #Get ROOT Volume
+        vol_for_snap = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, listall=True)
+        for vol in vol_for_snap:
+            snapshot = Snapshot.create(
+                                        self.apiclient,
+                                        volume_id=vol.id
+                                        )
+            snapshot.validateState(
+                                   self.apiclient,
+                                    snapshotstate="backedup",
+                                    )
+        # Migrate all volumes and VMs
+
+        destinationHost, destinationPools, vol_list = get_destination_pools_hosts(self, vm, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_2, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_2, ostype)
+
+    @data(('within_cluster', 'linux'), ('within_cluster', 'windows'), ('across_cluster', 'linux'), ('across_cluster', 'windows'))
+    @unpack
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "basic", "vmware", "vmfs", "local"], required_hardware="true")
+    def test_02_vm_and_volumes_live_migration_for_vmware_vmfs_local_storage(self, first_value, second_value):
+        """
+        This Test Path tests vMotion for VM in local storage within cluster,
+        across cluster and for both windows and linux VMs using DATA DRIVEN TESTING
+        1. Migrate VM from one host to another
+        2. Migrate VMs ROOT volume from one storage to another
+        3. Migrate VM to another Host and ROOT volume to another storage
+        4. Attach a data disk to VM, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        5. Upload a volume, attach it to VM, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        6. Create volume snapshots on all volumes , migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        7. Resize the data disk, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        8. Restore the VM, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        9. Detach the data disk, create another VM, attach the data disk to that VM and then migrate that VM and its volumes.
+        10. Detach upload volume, attach it to the 2nd VM, and then migrate that VM and its volumes.
+        11. Create snapshots for all volumes of 2nd vM, then migrate VM and its volumes.
+
+        After each storage migration step, following validation is done
+        a) Create VM snapshots to check data integrity - @method used : VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        c) Check for VM accessibility by sshing to the VM - @method used : check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1)
+        """
+        if  not self.zone.localstorageenabled:
+            raise self.skipTest("The setup doesn't have local storage enabled")
+        scope = first_value
+        ostype = second_value
+        if ostype == 'windows' and not self.windows_template:
+            self.skipTest("Windows template is not present, so skipping this test")
+        elif ostype == 'windows':
+            template_id = self.windows_template.id
+        else:
+            template_id = self.template.id
+
+        count_host = 0
+        count_pool = 0
+        pool_local = []
+        if len(self.list_vmware_clusters) < 2:
+            if (scope == "across_cluster"):
+                raise self.skipTest("The setup doesn't have more than one cluster, so can't execute these set of tests")
+        if len(self.list_vmware_clusters) >= 2:
+            for cluster in self.list_vmware_clusters:
+                if len(list_hosts(self.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)) >= 1:
+                    count_host += 1
+                pools = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)
+                for pool in pools:
+                    if pool.scope == "HOST":
+                        pool_local.append(pool)
+                if len(pool_local) >= 1:
+                    count_pool += 1
+                pool_local = []
+        if scope == "across_cluster":
+            if count_host < 2:
+                raise self.skipTest("The setup doesn't have enough pools or enough hosts. To run these tests the setup must have atleast 2 clusters, each having min 2 hosts ")
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 1--------------")
+        """
+        Create a VM, live migrate the VM
+        """
+        vm = "virtual_machine2"
+        virtual_machine_1 = self.deploy_virtual_machine(self.service_offering_local1.id, vm, template_id)
+        self.cleanup.append(virtual_machine_1)
+        vm = list_virtual_machines(self.apiclient, id=virtual_machine_1.id, listall=True)[0]
+
+        #Get destination host
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHostLocal(vm.hostid, virtual_machine_1, scope)
+        #Migrate the VM
+        vol_list = []
+        destinationPools = []
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 2--------------")
+        """
+        Add a data disk and migrate vm
+        """
+
+        data_disk_1 = Volume.create(
+                                    self.apiclient,
+                                    self.testdata["volume"],
+                                    zoneid=self.zone.id,
+                                    account=self.account.name,
+                                    domainid=self.account.domainid,
+                                    diskofferingid=self.disk_offering_local1.id
+                                  )
+
+        self.debug("Created volume with ID: % s" % data_disk_1.id)
+
+        virtual_machine_1.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         data_disk_1
+                         )
+
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHostLocal(vm.hostid, vm, scope)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 3--------------")
+        """
+        Upload a Volume, Attach it to the VM, Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        """
+        #upload a volume
+        self.testdata["configurableData"]["upload_volume"]["format"] = "OVA"
+        self.testdata["configurableData"]["upload_volume"]["url"] = "http://nfs1.lab.vmops.com/templates/burbank-systemvm-08012012.ova"
+        upload_volume = Volume.upload(
+                                      self.apiclient,
+                                      self.testdata["configurableData"]["upload_volume"],
+                                      account=self.account.name,
+                                      domainid=self.domain.id,
+                                      zoneid=self.zone.id
+                                      )
+        upload_volume.wait_for_upload(self.apiclient)
+        virtual_machine_1.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         upload_volume
+                         )
+
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHostLocal(vm.hostid, vm, scope)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 6--------------")
+        """
+        Create snapshots on all the volumes, Migrate VM.
+        """
+        #Get ROOT Volume
+        vol_for_snap = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, listall=True)
+        for vol in vol_for_snap:
+            snapshot = Snapshot.create(
+                                        self.apiclient,
+                                        volume_id=vol.id
+                                        )
+            snapshot.validateState(
+                                   self.apiclient,
+                                    snapshotstate="backedup",
+                                    )
+        # Migrate all volumes and VMs
+
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHostLocal(vm.hostid, vm, scope)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 7--------------")
+        """
+        Resize the data volume , Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        """
+        data_disk_1.resize(
+                           self.apiclient,
+                           diskofferingid=self.resized_disk_offering.id
+                           )
+        # Migrate all volumes and VMs
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHostLocal(virtual_machine_1.hostid, vm, scope)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 8--------------")
+        """
+        Restore the VM , Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        """
+        virtual_machine_1.restore(self.apiclient)
+        virtual_machine_1.getState(
+                                     self.apiclient,
+                                     "Running"
+                                     )
+        # Migrate the VM and its volumes
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHostLocal(vm.hostid, vm, scope)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 9--------------")
+        """
+        Detach the Data disk, Deploy another VM, attach the data disk and migrate.
+        """
+
+        virtual_machine_1.detach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         data_disk_1
+                         )
+        vm = "virtual_machine3"
+        virtual_machine_2 = self.deploy_virtual_machine(self.service_offering_local1.id, vm, self.template.id)
+        self.cleanup.append(virtual_machine_2)
+        virtual_machine_2.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         data_disk_1
+                         )
+        vm = list_virtual_machines(self.apiclient, id=virtual_machine_2.id, listall=True)[0]
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHostLocal(vm.hostid, vm, scope)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_2, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_2, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 10--------------")
+        """
+        Detach the uploaded volume, attach it to another vm and migrate.
+        """
+
+        virtual_machine_1.detach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         upload_volume
+                         )
+
+        virtual_machine_2.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         upload_volume
+                         )
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHostLocal(vm.hostid, vm, scope)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_2, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_2, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 11--------------")
+        """
+        Create snapshots on all the volumes, Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        """
+        #Get ROOT Volume
+        vol_for_snap = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, listall=True)
+        for vol in vol_for_snap:
+            snapshot = Snapshot.create(
+                                        self.apiclient,
+                                        volume_id=vol.id
+                                        )
+            snapshot.validateState(
+                                   self.apiclient,
+                                    snapshotstate="backedup",
+                                    )
+        # Migrate all volumes and VMs
+
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHostLocal(vm.hostid, vm, scope)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_2, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_2, ostype)
+
+    @data(('VMFS', 'within_cluster', 'linux'), ('VMFS', 'within_cluster', 'windows'), ('VMFS', 'across_cluster', 'linux'), ('VMFS', 'across_cluster', 'windows'),
+          ('NetworkFilesystem', 'within_cluster', 'linux'), ('NetworkFilesystem', 'within_cluster', 'windows'), ('NetworkFilesystem', 'across_cluster', 'linux'),
+          ('NetworkFilesystem', 'across_cluster', 'windows'))
+    @unpack
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "basic", "vmware", "vmfs", "zwps"], required_hardware="true")
+    def test_03_vm_and_volumes_live_migration_for_vmware_vmfs_across_zwps_cwps(self, first_value, second_value, third_value):
+        """
+        This Test Path tests vMotion for NFS as well as VMFS within cluster,
+        across cluster and across zones and for both windows and linux VMs using DATA DRIVEN TESTING
+        1. Migrate VM from one host to another
+        2. Migrate VMs ROOT volume from one storage to another
+        3. Migrate VM to another Host and ROOT volume to another storage
+        4. Attach a data disk to VM, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        5. Upload a volume, attach it to VM, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        6. Create volume snapshots on all volumes , migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        7. Resize the data disk, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        8. Restore the VM, migrate VM to a different host and its volumes to different pools.
+        9. Detach the data disk, create another VM, attach the data disk to that VM and then migrate that VM and its volumes.
+        10. Detach upload volume, attach it to the 2nd VM, and then migrate that VM and its volumes.
+        11. Create snapshots for all volumes of 2nd vM, then migrate VM and its volumes.
+
+        After each storage migration step, following validation is done
+        a) Create VM snapshots to check data integrity - @method used : VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        b) Login to the Host/storage pool and check for the VMDK and VMX files for VM and its volumes - @method used : check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        c) Check for VM accessibility by sshing to the VM - @method used : check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1)
+        """
+        storage_type = first_value
+        storage_scope = second_value
+        ostype = third_value
+
+        if ostype == 'windows' and not self.windows_template:
+            self.skipTest("Windows template is not present, so skipping this test")
+        elif ostype == 'windows':
+            template_id = self.windows_template.id
+        else:
+            template_id = self.template.id
+
+        scope = "ZONE"
+        list_zwps_pools = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, scope="ZONE", listall=True)
+        zwps_pools = []
+        for pool in list_zwps_pools:
+            if pool.type == storage_type:
+                zwps_pools.append(pool)
+        if len(zwps_pools) < 2:
+            raise self.skipTest("The setup doesn't have enough zone wide primary storages of %s type, we need atleast 2" % storage_type)
+
+        count_host = 0
+        count_pool = 0
+        pool_vmfs = []
+        if len(self.list_vmware_clusters) < 2:
+            if storage_scope == "across_cluster":
+                raise self.skipTest("The setup doesn't have more than one cluster, so can't execute these set of tests")
+        if len(self.list_vmware_clusters) >= 2:
+            for cluster in self.list_vmware_clusters:
+                if len(list_hosts(self.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)) >= 1:
+                    count_host += 1
+                pools = list_storage_pools(self.apiclient, clusterid=cluster.id)
+                for pool in pools:
+                    if pool.storage is storage_type:
+                        pool_vmfs.append(pool)
+                if len(pool_vmfs) >= 1:
+                    count_pool += 1
+                pool_vmfs = []
+        #if storage_scope == "across_cluster":
+        if count_host < 2 | count_pool < 2:
+            raise self.skipTest("The setup doesn't have enough pools or enough hosts. To run these tests the setup must have atleast 2 clusters, each having min 1 host and 1 vmfs storage pools")
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 1--------------")
+        """
+        Create a VM, live migrate the VM
+        """
+        vm = "virtual_machine2"
+        virtual_machine_1 = self.deploy_virtual_machine(self.service_offering.id, vm, template_id)
+        self.cleanup.append(virtual_machine_1)
+        #Get destination host
+        vm = list_virtual_machines(self.apiclient, id=virtual_machine_1.id, listall=True)[0]
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, virtual_machine_1, storage_scope)
+        #Migrate the VM
+        if storage_scope == "different_cluster":
+            vol_list = []
+            destinationPools = []
+            vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+            VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+            check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+            check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+        else:
+            vm = MigrateVm(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost)
+            check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 2--------------")
+        """
+        Migrate the ROOT Volume to zwps
+        Can't migrate a volume to another cluster, so won't run this test in that case
+        """
+        # Get ROOT volume and destination pool
+        if storage_scope != "across_cluster":
+            vol_list = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)
+            root_vol = vol_list[0]
+            destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+            #Migrate ROOT volume
+            islive = True
+            MigrateDataVolume(self, root_vol, destinationPool, islive)
+            VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+            check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+            check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 3--------------")
+        """
+        Migrate the VM and ROOT volume to zwps
+        """
+        #Get all volumes to be migrated
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, vm, storage_scope)
+        vol_list = []
+        destinationPools = []
+        #list ROOT volume
+        root_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(root_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for ROOT volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 4--------------")
+        """
+        Add a data disk and migrate vm, data disk to zwps and root disk to cwps
+        """
+
+        data_disk_1 = Volume.create(
+                                    self.apiclient,
+                                    self.testdata["volume"],
+                                    zoneid=self.zone.id,
+                                    account=self.account.name,
+                                    domainid=self.account.domainid,
+                                    diskofferingid=self.disk_offering.id
+                                  )
+
+        self.debug("Created volume with ID: %s" % data_disk_1.id)
+
+        virtual_machine_1.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         data_disk_1
+                         )
+
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, vm, storage_scope)
+        vol_list = []
+        destinationPools = []
+        #list ROOT volume
+        root_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(root_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for ROOT volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #list DATA volume
+        data_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="DATADISK", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(data_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for DATA volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol.storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        # Migrate and verify
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 5--------------")
+        """
+        Upload a Volume, Attach it to the VM, Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        1st data disk to zwps
+        2nd data disk to cwps
+        root disk to zwps
+        """
+        #upload a volume
+        self.testdata["configurableData"]["upload_volume"]["format"] = "OVA"
+        self.testdata["configurableData"]["upload_volume"]["url"] = "http://nfs1.lab.vmops.com/templates/burbank-systemvm-08012012.ova"
+        upload_volume = Volume.upload(
+                                      self.apiclient,
+                                      self.testdata["configurableData"]["upload_volume"],
+                                      account=self.account.name,
+                                      domainid=self.domain.id,
+                                      zoneid=self.zone.id
+                                      )
+        upload_volume.wait_for_upload(self.apiclient)
+        virtual_machine_1.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         upload_volume
+                         )
+
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, vm, storage_scope)
+        vol_list = []
+        destinationPools = []
+        #list ROOT volume
+        root_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(root_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for ROOT volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #list DATA volume
+        data_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="DATADISK", listall=True)
+        #vol_list.append(data_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[0])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[0].storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[1])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[1].storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        self.debug("..............these are the volumes %s " % vol_list)
+        self.debug("..............these are the pools %s " % destinationPools)
+        # Migrate and verify
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("........................checking for files before taking snapshot ..................................")
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 6--------------")
+        """
+        Create snapshots on all the volumes, Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        root disk to cwps
+        data1 to cwps
+        data2 to zwps
+        """
+        #Get ROOT Volume
+        vol_for_snap = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, listall=True)
+        for vol in vol_for_snap:
+            snapshot = Snapshot.create(
+                                        self.apiclient,
+                                        volume_id=vol.id
+                                        )
+            snapshot.validateState(
+                                   self.apiclient,
+                                    snapshotstate="backedup",
+                                    )
+        # Migrate all volumes and VMs
+        self.debug("..................................checking for files just after taking snapshot...................................")
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        # Get destination Host
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, vm, storage_scope)
+        vol_list = []
+        destinationPools = []
+        #list ROOT volume
+        root_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(root_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for ROOT volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #list DATA volume
+        data_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="DATADISK", listall=True)
+        #vol_list.append(data_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[0])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[0].storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[1])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[1].storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        # Migrate and verify
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("........................checking for files after taking snapshot and migrating VMs........................")
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 7--------------")
+        """
+        Resize the data volume , Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        root disk to zwps
+        data1 to zwps
+        data2 to zwps
+        """
+        data_disk_1.resize(
+                           self.apiclient,
+                           diskofferingid=self.resized_disk_offering.id
+                           )
+        # Migrate all volumes and VMs
+        # Get destination Host
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, vm, storage_scope)
+        vol_list = []
+        destinationPools = []
+        #list ROOT volume
+        root_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(root_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for ROOT volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #list DATA volume
+        data_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="DATADISK", listall=True)
+        #vol_list.append(data_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[0])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[0].storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[1])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[1].storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        # Migrate and verify
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 8--------------")
+        """
+        Restore the VM , Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        root to cpws
+        data1 to zwps
+        data2 to cwps
+        """
+        virtual_machine_1.restore(self.apiclient)
+        virtual_machine_1.getState(
+                                     self.apiclient,
+                                     "Running"
+                                     )
+
+        # Get destination Host
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, vm, storage_scope)
+        vol_list = []
+        destinationPools = []
+        #list ROOT volume
+        root_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(root_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for ROOT volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #list DATA volume
+        data_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="DATADISK", listall=True)
+        #vol_list.append(data_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[0])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[0].storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[1])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[1].storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        # Migrate and verify
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_1, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_1, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 9--------------")
+        """
+        Detach the Data disk, Deploy another VM, attach the data disk and migrate.
+        root to zwps
+        data to cwps
+        """
+
+        virtual_machine_1.detach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         data_disk_1
+                         )
+        vm = "virtual_machine3"
+        virtual_machine_2 = self.deploy_virtual_machine(self.service_offering.id, vm, self.template.id)
+        self.cleanup.append(virtual_machine_2)
+        virtual_machine_2.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         data_disk_1
+                         )
+        # Get destination Host
+        vm = list_virtual_machines(self.apiclient, id=virtual_machine_2.id, listall=True)[0]
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, virtual_machine_2, storage_scope)
+        vol_list = []
+        destinationPools = []
+        #list ROOT volume
+        root_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=virtual_machine_2.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(root_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for ROOT volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #list DATA volume
+        data_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=virtual_machine_2.id, type="DATADISK", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(data_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for DATA volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol.storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        # Migrate and verify
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_2, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_2, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 10--------------")
+        """
+        Detach the uploaded volume, attach it to another vm and migrate.
+        root to cwps
+        data1 to zwps
+        data2 to zwps
+        """
+
+        virtual_machine_1.detach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         upload_volume
+                         )
+
+        virtual_machine_2.attach_volume(
+                         self.apiclient,
+                         upload_volume
+                         )
+        # Get destination Host
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, vm, storage_scope)
+        vol_list = []
+        destinationPools = []
+        #list ROOT volume
+        root_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(root_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for ROOT volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #list DATA volume
+        data_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="DATADISK", listall=True)
+        #vol_list.append(data_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[0])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[0].storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[1])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[1].storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        # Migrate and verify
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_2, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_2, ostype)
+
+        self.debug("---------------This is the test no 11--------------")
+        """
+        Create snapshots on all the volumes, Migrate all the volumes and VM.
+        root to zwps
+        data1 to cwps
+        data2 to zwps
+        """
+        #Get ROOT Volume
+        vol_for_snap = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, listall=True)
+        for vol in vol_for_snap:
+            snapshot = Snapshot.create(
+                                        self.apiclient,
+                                        volume_id=vol.id
+                                        )
+            snapshot.validateState(
+                                   self.apiclient,
+                                    snapshotstate="backedup",
+                                    )
+
+        # Get destination Host
+        destinationHost = self.GetDestinationHost(vm.hostid, vm, storage_scope)
+        vol_list = []
+        destinationPools = []
+        #list ROOT volume
+        root_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="ROOT", listall=True)[0]
+        vol_list.append(root_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for ROOT volume
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, root_vol.storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #list DATA volume
+        data_vol = list_volumes(self.apiclient, virtualmachineid=vm.id, type="DATADISK", listall=True)
+        #vol_list.append(data_vol)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[0])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[0].storage, storage_scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        #get destination Pool for 1st DATA volume
+        vol_list.append(data_vol[1])
+        destinationPool = GetDestinationStoragePool(self, data_vol[1].storage, scope, storage_type)
+        destinationPools.append(destinationPool)
+        # Migrate and verify
+        vm = MigrateVmWithVolume(self, virtual_machine_2, destinationHost, vol_list, destinationPools)
+        VmSnapshotToCheckDataIntegrity(self, vm)
+        check_files(self, vm, destinationHost)
+        check_for_vm_access_by_ssh_using_nat(self, virtual_machine_2, ostype)
+
+    @data(('within_cluster', 'linux'), ('within_cluster', 'windows'), ('across_cluster', 'linux'), ('across_cluster', 'windows'))
+    @unpack
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "basic", "vmware", "vmfs", "tagged"], required_hardware="true")
+    def test_04_vm_and_volumes_live_migration_for_vmware_across_nfs_vmfs(self, first_value, second_value):
+        """
+        This Test Path tests vMotion from NFS <---> VMFS , within cluster
+        across cluster and across zones and for both windows and linux VMs using DATA DRIVEN TESTING
+        1. Migr

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