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Subject [jira] [Commented] (CLOUDSTACK-4757) Support OVA files with multiple disks for templates
Date Wed, 10 Jan 2018 12:37:00 GMT

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ASF GitHub Bot commented on CLOUDSTACK-4757:
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rhtyd commented on issue #2146: CLOUDSTACK-4757: Support OVA files with multiple disks for
templates
URL: https://github.com/apache/cloudstack/pull/2146#issuecomment-356568169
 
 
   Manual QA:
   
   test_volumes.py:
   ```
   Test Volume creation for all Disk Offerings (incl. custom) ... === TestName: test_01_create_volume
| Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Attach a created Volume to a Running VM ... === TestName: test_02_attach_volume | Status
: SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Download a Volume attached to a VM ... === TestName: test_03_download_attached_volume |
Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Delete a Volume attached to a VM ... === TestName: test_04_delete_attached_volume | Status
: SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Detach a Volume attached to a VM ... === TestName: test_05_detach_volume | Status : SUCCESS
===
   ok
   Download a Volume unattached to an VM ... === TestName: test_06_download_detached_volume
| Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test resize (negative) non-existent volume ... SKIP: Resize Volume is unsupported on VmWare
and Hyper-V
   Test resize a volume ... SKIP: Resize Volume is unsupported on VmWare and Hyper-V
   Delete a Volume unattached to an VM ... === TestName: test_09_delete_detached_volume |
Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   test_10_list_volumes (tests.smoke.test_volumes.TestVolumes) ... === TestName: test_10_list_volumes
| Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   
   ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Ran 10 tests in 1336.573s
   
   OK (SKIP=2)
   ```
   
   test_ssvm.py:
   ```
   Test List secondary storage VMs ... === TestName: test_01_list_sec_storage_vm | Status
: SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test List console proxy VMs ... === TestName: test_02_list_cpvm_vm | Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test SSVM Internals ... === TestName: test_03_ssvm_internals | Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test CPVM Internals ... === TestName: test_04_cpvm_internals | Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test stop SSVM ... === TestName: test_05_stop_ssvm | Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test stop CPVM ... === TestName: test_06_stop_cpvm | Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test reboot SSVM ... === TestName: test_07_reboot_ssvm | Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test reboot CPVM ... === TestName: test_08_reboot_cpvm | Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test destroy SSVM ... === TestName: test_09_destroy_ssvm | Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test destroy CPVM ... === TestName: test_10_destroy_cpvm | Status : SUCCESS ===
   ok
   Test NFS Version on Secondary Storage mounted properly on SSVM ... SKIP: No NFS version
provided in test data
   
   ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Ran 11 tests in 456.800s
   
   OK (SKIP=1)
   ```
    
   test_templates.py (previously failed at skipping tests, now skips without error)
   ```
   Register a template using Direct Download flag ... SKIP: Skipping test because unsupported
hypervisor vmware
   Deploy a VM from a Direct Download registered template ... SKIP: Skipping test because
unsupported hypervisor vmware
   Deploy a VM from a Direct Download registered template with wrong checksum ... SKIP: Skipping
test because unsupported hypervisor vmware
   Ran 3 tests in 0.008s
   OK (SKIP=3)
   ```

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> Support OVA files with multiple disks for templates
> ---------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-4757
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-4757
>             Project: CloudStack
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>      Security Level: Public(Anyone can view this level - this is the default.) 
>          Components: Storage Controller
>            Reporter: Likitha Shetty
>            Assignee: Nicolas Vazquez
>            Priority: Minor
>             Fix For: Future
>
>
> CloudStack volumes and templates are one single virtual disk in case of XenServer/XCP
and KVM hypervisors since the files used for templates and volumes are virtual disks (VHD,
QCOW2). However, VMware volumes and templates are in OVA format, which are archives that can
contain a complete VM including multiple VMDKs and other files such as ISOs. And currently,
Cloudstack only supports Template creation based on OVA files containing a single disk. If
a user creates a template from a OVA file containing more than 1 disk and launches an instance
using this template, only the first disk is attached to the new instance and other disks are
ignored.
> Similarly with uploaded volumes, attaching an uploaded volume that contains multiple
disks to a VM will result in only one VMDK to being attached to the VM.
> This behavior needs to be improved in VMWare to support OVA files with multiple disks
for both uploaded volumes and templates. i.e. If a user creates a template from a OVA file
containing more than 1 disk and launches an instance using this template, the first disk should
be attached to the new instance as the ROOT disk and volumes should be created based on other
VMDK disks in the OVA file and should be attached to the instance.



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