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From Rafael Weingärtner <>
Subject Re: Problem with CLOUDSTACK-10240 (Cannot migrate local volume to shared storage)
Date Mon, 16 Jul 2018 19:39:07 GMT
It is in
It was first added to 4.12, and then back ported. I am now waiting for
Mike's feedback to proceed with the fix for the problem he found.

On Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 4:36 PM, Yiping Zhang <> wrote:

> Is this code already in ACS
> CLOUDSTACK-10240 is listed as fixed in, according to release note
> here,
> release-notes/ja/master/fixed_issues.html, but in the JIRA ticket itself,
> the "fixed version/s" field says 4.12.
> We are using XenServer clusters with shared NFS storages and I am about to
> migrate to ACS from  Since we move VM between clusters a
> lot, this is going to be a blocker for us.  Someone please confirm.
> Thanks
> Yiping
> On 7/14/18, 11:20 PM, "Tutkowski, Mike" <>
> wrote:
>     Hi,
>     While running managed-storage regression tests tonight, I noticed a
> problem that is not related to managed storage.
>     CLOUDSTACK-10240 is a ticket asking that we allow the migration of a
> virtual disk that’s on local storage to shared storage. In the process of
> enabling this feature, the VirtualMachineManagerImpl.
> getPoolListForVolumesForMigration method was re-written in a way that
> completely breaks at least one use case: Migrating a VM across compute
> clusters (at least supported in XenServer). If, say, a virtual disk resides
> on shared storage in the source compute cluster, we must be able to copy
> this virtual disk to shared storage in the destination compute cluster.
>     As the code is currently written, this is no longer possible. It also
> seems that the managed-storage logic has been dropped for some reason in
> the new implementation.
>     Rafael – It seems that you worked on this feature. Would you be able
> to look into this and create a PR?
>     Thanks,
>     Mike

Rafael Weingärtner

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