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From 马营 <breeze7...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Storage overprovision problem
Date Thu, 27 Dec 2012 03:06:37 GMT
Thks for helping me !
I have solved this problem.
In CS , it can't use storage over provision with ISCSI , so i do it in the
storage lay...use EquallLogic's feature to do overprovision.
However , in some  bug reports page, i found some guys raise a question
like me.
May be in the next CS version , we can let the CS support overprovision
with much more storage types.[?]

2012/12/26 Mice Xia <mice_xia@tcloudcomputing.com>

> Include dev mail group,
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> If I remember correctly, VMFS does support thin-provisioning for iSCSi,
> and Cloudstack is supposed to support storage over provisioning for VMFS,
>  Could you please file a bug for this?
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> Regards
>
> Mice
>
> From: 马营 [mailto:breeze7086@gmail.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2012 12:51 PM
> To: cloudstack-users@incubator.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Storage overprovision problem
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> 12/12/26 giljae o <ogiljae@gmail.com>
>
>         The storage.overprovisioning.factor is only applied to nfs SR not
> iscsi SR.
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>         Regards,
>
>         On Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 12:15 PM, 马营 <breeze7086@gmail.com> wrote:
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>         My CS environment is CS 4.0 +  ESXi 5.0 + Dell EquallLogic(iscsi)
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>         When i changed the "storage.overprovisioning.factor" in "Global
> Settings" to "10"
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>          I still found the dashboard resourese page show "Primary Storage
> Allocated" has no change
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>         Is there anything wrong in my configuration?Please help me to find
> this out....
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>         Thks !
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> Type
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> XenServer
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> ESXi
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> KVM
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> Disk Format
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> VHD
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> VMDK
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> QCOW2
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> Local Storage
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> support
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> support
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> support
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> NFS
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> support
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> support
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> support
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> iSCSI
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> Clustered LVM
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> VMFS
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> via SharedMountPoind
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> FC-SAN
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> via Existing SR
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> VMFS
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> via Shared MountPoint
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> SharedMountPoint
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> not support
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> not support
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> support
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> Support Storage Overprovision
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> NFS
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> NFS,iSCSI
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> NFS
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> This table shows ESXi support storage overprovision with ISCSI..
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> Is something wrong ?..
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