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From "Fang Wang (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (CLOUDSTACK-2384) Template created from snapshot or root disk is not displayed in the templates view in VMware setup.
Date Thu, 27 Jun 2013 17:58:20 GMT

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Fang Wang commented on CLOUDSTACK-2384:
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Kiran, thanks.
Yes, the code path got changed, and now the vmdk file failed. somehow someone changed the
uuid of the backup snapshot,
and now the name of the vmdk files got messed up. 
I'll fix it.
No need to wait for the vmdk file to show up, it does not have correct name path, so it won't
show up in this version (The version without object store yet). 

                
> Template created from snapshot or root disk is not displayed in the templates view in
VMware setup.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-2384
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-2384
>             Project: CloudStack
>          Issue Type: Bug
>      Security Level: Public(Anyone can view this level - this is the default.) 
>          Components: Snapshot
>    Affects Versions: 4.2.0
>         Environment: Vmware
>            Reporter: Kiran Koneti
>            Assignee: Fang Wang
>            Priority: Blocker
>             Fix For: 4.2.0
>
>
> The below are the steps followed.
> I created a VM with a root disk and data disk using the windows 2012 and windows 8 32bit
ISO's.
> Case 1:
> In the case 1 stopped the windows 2012 machine and created the template the aysnc job
shows completed for the same case but the template is not displayed in the UI. 
>  I waited for longer time i.e almost 1 day then I was able to see the same in the UI
of the templates view.
> The DB details for the same still shows allocated and all the details are as below:
> *************************** 20. row ***************************
>                  id: 210
>         unique_name: 221a6cfd2-f609-3cb6-a879-afdc47ca2c43
>                name: Winserve8
>                uuid: 0efb17b3-13d0-4e25-bb9b-709a4e71f584
>              public: 1
>            featured: 1
>                type: USER
>                 hvm: 1
>                bits: 64
>                 url: NULL
>              format: OVA
>             created: 2013-05-07 15:44:19
>             removed: NULL
>          account_id: 2
>            checksum: 93418461b411aa5559bc978a9b0d73f3
>        display_text: Winserve8
>     enable_password: 0
>       enable_sshkey: 0
>         guest_os_id: 168
>            bootable: 1
>         prepopulate: 0
>         cross_zones: 0
>         extractable: 1
>     hypervisor_type: VMware
>  source_template_id: 204
>        template_tag: NULL
>            sort_key: 0
>                size: NULL
>               state: Allocated
>        update_count: 0
>             updated: NULL
> image_data_store_id: 1
> I initially observed only the ovf file and later after a day I was able to see the .vmdk,.ova
and also templates.properties file.
> Case2:
> In the case 2 I took a snapshot of the windows 2012 root disk.
> from this snapshot I tried to create a template then I observed the similar behaviour.
> investigating into deep I found that the secondary storage has only the .ovf file and
the details of the snapshot are as below:
> "*************************** 21. row ***************************
>                  id: 211
>         unique_name: 272531697-0e83-3556-8a7f-346aa8d58beb
>                name: CreatedfromSnapshot
>                uuid: d110660c-48cf-4362-875a-e3ae068ef89d
>              public: 1
>            featured: 0
>                type: USER
>                 hvm: 1
>                bits: 64
>                 url: NULL
>              format: RAW
>             created: 2013-05-08 14:25:04
>             removed: NULL
>          account_id: 2
>            checksum: NULL
>        display_text: win8server
>     enable_password: 0
>       enable_sshkey: 0
>         guest_os_id: 168
>            bootable: 1
>         prepopulate: 0
>         cross_zones: 0
>         extractable: 0
>     hypervisor_type: VMware
>  source_template_id: 204
>        template_tag: NULL
>            sort_key: 0
>                size: NULL
>               state: Allocated
>        update_count: 0
>             updated: NULL
> image_data_store_id: 1"
> I observed the same behaviour even with the centos VM .

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