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Subject [GitHub] [cloudstack] richardlawley opened a new issue #3461: guest_os_hypervisor missing entries for XenServer 7.1.2
Date Wed, 03 Jul 2019 10:40:42 GMT
richardlawley opened a new issue #3461: guest_os_hypervisor missing entries for XenServer 7.1.2
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   ##### ISSUE TYPE
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   4.11.2, 4.11.3
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   XenServer 7.1.2 (7.1 CU2) Hosts
   ##### SUMMARY
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   There are no entries in guest_os_hypervisor for XenServer 7.1 CU2 (the current LTS XenServer)
which means guests are booted using the "Other Install Media" template.  Amongst other things,
this means that PV guests boot as HV, but also likely means guests won't get XenServer optimisations
for their OS type.
   Perhaps a better way rather than just inserting specific rows for this version would be
to add logic to ignore the revision number in a version matching pattern x.y.z if there are
no rows found, e.g. look for row with version = 7.1.2, fallback to row with version = 7.1.0
(would still work if XenServer is updated without CloudStack being updated).
   Related: #3086
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   Install Fresh CloudStack instance with new XenServer 7.1.2 hosts.  Wait for CS to try to
deploy system VMs.
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   System VMs should boot using the Debian Wheezy 7.0 (64-bit) XenServer template
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   System VMs should boot using the Other Install Media XenServer template (which fails to
boot in a virtual environment using XenServer running on VMs, only capable of running PV).
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