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From snuf <>
Subject [GitHub] cloudstack pull request: Ovmsupport
Date Mon, 08 Dec 2014 15:47:49 GMT
Github user snuf commented on the pull request:
    Hi Rohit,
    Well there are a couple of things here:
    1st: I work on a fork and pull in upstream master and merge that into ovmsupport (
so in principle that makes the ovmsupport tree aligned with master including my patches.
    2nd: Test coverage on part of the code is 81% (the object branch, supportive translation
layer to communicate with Ovm3) and on part not where I want it to be (the hypervisor branch,
where integration with Cloudstack lives).
    3rd: It works within the boundaries of the feature design doc on wiki, which means all
basic stuff works but some features can not be provided as Ovm3 doesn’t support them with
the storage backend (running snapshots for example).
    4th: The systemvm.img that’s generated from is a raw image so can be
used for the systemvms for Ovm3.
    Does this answer your question ? I genuinely think there should be some coverage for the
integration layer into Cloudstack which is kind of absent?
    On 06 Dec 2014, at 14:02, Rohit Yadav <> wrote:
    > That's great Funs. I see it's already passing smoke tests on TravisCI so we can merge
it on master whenever you advise? If it's functionally working with good enough coverage and
tests I would say go ahead and merge it on master right away.
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