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From Thomas O'Dowd <>
Subject Re: Object based Secondary storage.
Date Mon, 17 Jun 2013 07:31:24 GMT
Thanks Min - I filed 3 small issues today. I've a couple more but I want
to try and repeat them again before I file them and I've no time right
now. Please let me know if you need any further detail on any of these.

An example of the other issues I'm running into are that when I upload
an .gz template on regular NFS storage, it is automatically decompressed
for me where as with S3 the template remains as a .gz file. Is this
correct or not? Also, perhaps related but after successfully uploading
the template to S3 and then trying to start an instance using it, I can
select it and go all the way to the last screen where I think the action
button says launch instance or something and it fails with a resource
unreachable error. I'll have to dig up the error later and file the bug
as my machine got rebooted over the weekend.

The multipart upload looks like it is working correctly though and I can
verify the checksums etc are correct with what they should be.


On Fri, 2013-06-14 at 16:55 +0000, Min Chen wrote:
> HI Tom,
> 	You can file JIRA ticket for object_store branch by prefixing your bug
> with "Object_Store_Refactor" and mentioning that it is using build from
> object_store. Here is an example bug filed from Sangeetha against
> object_store branch build:
> 	If you use devcloud for testing, you may run into an issue where ssvm
> cannot access public url when you register a template, so register
> template will fail. You may have to set up internal web server inside
> devcloud and post template to be registered there to give a URL that
> devcloud can access. We mainly used devcloud to run our TestNG automation
> test earlier, and then switched to real hypervisor for real testing.
> 	Thanks
> 	-min
> On 6/14/13 1:46 AM, "Thomas O'Dowd" <> wrote:
> >Edison,
> >
> >I've got devcloud running along with the object_store branch and I've
> >finally been able to test a bit today.
> >
> >I found some issues (or things that I think are bugs) and would like to
> >file a few issues. I know where the bug database is and I have an
> >account but what is the best way to file bugs against this particular
> >branch? I guess I can select "Future" as the version? What other way are
> >feature branches usually identified in issues? Perhaps in the subject?
> >Please let me know the preference.
> >
> >Also, can you describe (or point me at a document) what the best way to
> >test against the object_store branch is? So far I have been doing the
> >following but I'm not sure it is the best?
> >
> > a) setup devcloud.
> > b) stop any instances on devcloud from previous runs
> >      xe vm-shutdown --multiple
> > c) check out and update the object_store branch.
> > d) clean build as described in devcloud doc (ADIDD for short)
> > e) deploydb (ADIDD)
> > f) start management console (ADIDD) and wait for it.
> > g) deploysvr (ADIDD) in another shell.
> > h) on devcloud machine use xentop to wait for 2 vms to launch.
> >    (I'm not sure what the nfs vm is used for here??)
> > i) login on gui -> infra -> secondary and remove nfs secondary storage
> > j) add s3 secondary storage (using cache of old secondary storage?)
> >
> >Then rest of testing starts from here... (and also perhaps in step j)
> >
> >Thanks,
> >
> >Tom.
> >-- 
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> >

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