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From "Daan Hoogland (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CLOUDSTACK-9877) remove fully cloned deleted templates from primary storage
Date Tue, 18 Apr 2017 14:02:41 GMT

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Daan Hoogland updated CLOUDSTACK-9877:
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    Description: 
After a template has been deleted from cloudstack and it has only been used with the 'vmware.create.full.clone'
setting, it can be cleared from primary storage.

test notes:

related settings:
vmware.full.clone.template.cleanup.period = '1' (minutes, '0') (when not > 0 this feature
is disabled)
vmware.create.full.clone = 'true' (boolean, 'false')
storage.template.cleanup.enabled = 'true' (boolean, 'false')
storage.cleanup.interval = '150' (seconds, default)
storage.cleanup.enabled = 'true' (boolean, default)

to test:

    a vm can be created using the default template or any template installed for this purpose.
        I'll call it the install-template
    The vm should be created with a full clone of the template.
        This can be checked in the table cloud.user_vm_clone_setting
    The install-template should be copied to the primary store of the host it is on
        This can be checked in the table cloud.template_spool_ref
    delete the install-template from the system
    after at most a minute the entries in cloud.template_spool_ref for the install-template
should have the field marked_for_gc set to '1'
    At most a minute and a half after that the field state in the same record should be set
to 'Destroyed'
    to double check one might go to the mount for this primary storage and seek the installpath
to make sure the disk space is actually freed.



  was:
After a template has been deleted from cloudstack and it has only been used with the 'vmware.create.full.clone'
setting, it can be cleared from primary storage.

test notes:

related settings:
vmware.full.clone.template.cleanup.period = '1' (minutes, '86400')
vmware.create.full.clone = 'true' (boolean, 'false')
storage.template.cleanup.enabled = 'true' (boolean, 'false')
storage.cleanup.interval = '150' (seconds, default)
storage.cleanup.enabled = 'true' (boolean, default)

to test:

    a vm can be created using the default template or any template installed for this purpose.
        I'll call it the install-template
    The vm should be created with a full clone of the template.
        This can be checked in the table cloud.user_vm_clone_setting
    The install-template should be copied to the primary store of the host it is on
        This can be checked in the table cloud.template_spool_ref
    delete the install-template from the system
    after at most a minute the entries in cloud.template_spool_ref for the install-template
should have the field marked_for_gc set to '1'
    At most a minute and a half after that the field state in the same record should be set
to 'Destroyed'
    to double check one might go to the mount for this primary storage and seek the installpath
to make sure the disk space is actually freed.




> remove fully cloned deleted templates from primary storage
> ----------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-9877
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-9877
>             Project: CloudStack
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>      Security Level: Public(Anyone can view this level - this is the default.) 
>          Components: VMware
>         Environment: cloudstack with vcentre and the use of "full clones"
>            Reporter: Daan Hoogland
>            Assignee: Daan Hoogland
>
> After a template has been deleted from cloudstack and it has only been used with the
'vmware.create.full.clone' setting, it can be cleared from primary storage.
> test notes:
> related settings:
> vmware.full.clone.template.cleanup.period = '1' (minutes, '0') (when not > 0 this
feature is disabled)
> vmware.create.full.clone = 'true' (boolean, 'false')
> storage.template.cleanup.enabled = 'true' (boolean, 'false')
> storage.cleanup.interval = '150' (seconds, default)
> storage.cleanup.enabled = 'true' (boolean, default)
> to test:
>     a vm can be created using the default template or any template installed for this
purpose.
>         I'll call it the install-template
>     The vm should be created with a full clone of the template.
>         This can be checked in the table cloud.user_vm_clone_setting
>     The install-template should be copied to the primary store of the host it is on
>         This can be checked in the table cloud.template_spool_ref
>     delete the install-template from the system
>     after at most a minute the entries in cloud.template_spool_ref for the install-template
should have the field marked_for_gc set to '1'
>     At most a minute and a half after that the field state in the same record should
be set to 'Destroyed'
>     to double check one might go to the mount for this primary storage and seek the installpath
to make sure the disk space is actually freed.



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