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From "Sateesh Chodapuneedi" <>
Subject Review Request: PATCH-5 for feature 'Support for VMware dvSwitch in CloudStack'.
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2013 01:46:51 GMT

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Review request for cloudstack, Murali Reddy and Kelven Yang.


This is 5/final patch for feature 'Support for VMware dvSwitch in CloudStack'.
Virtual switch type could be chosen at zone level or at cluster level for specific traffic
UI functionality is also included.
autoExpand of dvPortGroup is available in code but disabled as its breaking because vCenter
4.1 does not support autoExpand feature.

This addresses bug CLOUDSTACK-657.


  plugins/hypervisors/vmware/src/com/cloud/hypervisor/vmware/ 684df54

  plugins/hypervisors/vmware/src/com/cloud/hypervisor/vmware/manager/ be3fe9f

  server/src/com/cloud/resource/ f82424a 
  ui/scripts/system.js 2ce7672 
  ui/scripts/zoneWizard.js 26838a1 
  vmware-base/src/com/cloud/hypervisor/vmware/mo/ 50f9541 




Manual testing:-
1) Tested guest traffic over dvSwitch on a dedicated physical network. In this case management
and public traffic uses standard vSwitch on a common physical network.
2) Tested both guest traffic and public traffic over dvSwitch on a physical network.
3) Use optional parameters added to AddClusterCmd to override Zone level network traffic label.
Tested 2 clusters, one with standard vSwitch and other with dvSwitch.
4) Tested all 3 traffic types on single physical network with global parameter 'vmware.use.dvswitch'
set to false. This is default configuration scenario.

Added following tests,
1) Test fetching dvSwitch object from vCenter
2) Test for presence of dvPortGroup
3) Test presence of dvPortGroup
4) Test get existing dvPortGroup
5) fetch dvPortGroup configuration
6) Test compare dvPortGroup configuration
7) Test update dvPortGroup configuration


Sateesh Chodapuneedi

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