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From sx chen <cloudchen0...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Why Secondarystroage resourcelimit contains volumes
Date Sat, 12 Oct 2013 01:31:33 GMT
Thanks,Nitin
For Upload volume It's OK.
Then I have another question;
If I destroy a vm,the root disk will be romoved too,but data disk is still
on the primary storage,
and state is not "Allocated",So these volumes will be counted as
secondarystorage and they
are actually in the primary storage?


2013/10/12 Nitin Mehta <Nitin.Mehta@citrix.com>

> One of the use case where volume is on secondary storage is for the
> uploaded volumes.
> Until they are attached to the vm they reside on secondary storage and
> hence should be counted for secondary storage usage.
>
> On 11/10/13 1:15 AM, "sx chen" <cloudchen0620@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >Hi,all:
> >    In 4.2,We can limit the secondarystorage usage for a user or a domain.
> >But when I refer to source code ,I find
> >
> >    public long calculateSecondaryStorageForAccount(long accountId) {
> >        long totalVolumesSize =
> >_volumeDao.secondaryStorageUsedForAccount(accountId);
> >        long totalSnapshotsSize =
> >_snapshotDao.secondaryStorageUsedForAccount(accountId);
> >        long totalTemplatesSize = 0;
> >
> >        SearchCriteria<SumCount> sc = templateSizeSearch.create();
> >        sc.setParameters("downloadState", Status.DOWNLOADED);
> >        sc.setParameters("destroyed", false);
> >        sc.setJoinParameters("templates", "accountId", accountId);
> >        List<SumCount> templates = _vmTemplateStoreDao.customSearch(sc,
> >null);
> >        if (templates != null) {
> >            totalTemplatesSize = templates.get(0).sum;
> >        }
> >
> >        return totalVolumesSize + totalSnapshotsSize + totalTemplatesSize;
> >    }
> >
> >Templates and snapshots are certainly belong to secondarystorage,
> >The volumes which sql is :
> >select sum(size) from volumes where account_id=? and path is null and
> >removed is null and state not in ("ALLOCATED").
> >
> >So my question is why volumes is counted as secondarystorage?
>
>

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