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From Fernando Guillén Camba <fernando.guil...@usc.es>
Subject Re: CS 4.1.1 project template issue
Date Fri, 28 Mar 2014 11:26:47 GMT
OK. Time for an upgrade then.

Thanks for your answer.

El 27/03/14 20:14, Daan Hoogland escribió:
> Fernando,
>
> We don't fix older version for other then security issues and even
> then only in some cases. Companies that sell support do however.
> Citrix being the big example to us all, of course.
>
> regards,
> Daan
>
> On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 12:53 PM, Fernando Guillén Camba
> <fernando.guillen@usc.es> wrote:
>> I found that this was fixed for 4.2:
>>
>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-4087
>>
>> Is it going to be fixed in the 4.1 branch or a version upgrade is mandatory?
>>
>>
>> El 26/03/14 11:31, Fernando Guillén Camba escribió:
>>
>>> Hi all.
>>>
>>> A user of our Cloudstack has noticed that when creating a template from
>>> inside a project in which he is the administrator he can't delete or create
>>> a VM from it. A permission denied error shows up.
>>> The properties of the template show correct domain but an empty account.
>>> ¿Any hints on this?
>>>
>>> It seems that this was already noticed by someone on the list around last
>>> december, but no one replied:
>>>
>>>     Hi,
>>>
>>>     I spent a few more days experimenting with the CloudStack, and I
>>> believe there is indeed a problem with permissions and projects. What I
>>> found is that if I create an ISO or a template based on the snapshot in my
>>> individual account and make it public, I can the use this ISO or template to
>>> create new instances both under my individual account as well as under the
>>> project I have created. However, if I create an ISO or a template inside the
>>> project, whenever I try to use it I get a similar error message as I have
>>> already sent before. Furthermore, after creation, I cannot even edit or
>>> delete such ISO or template, the only way to get rid of them is to delete
>>> the entire project. I hope this will help to diagnose the problem. Let me
>>> know if you need any further information.
>>>
>>>     Cloudstack version: 4.1.1
>>>
>>>     error:
>>>     ==========
>>>     2013-11-28 11:50:59,845 DEBUG [cloud.api.ApiServlet]
>>> (http-8443-20:null) ===START===  146.169.1.7 -- GET
>>> command=updateTemplate&response=json&sessionkey=y3BOUl31eZKpQpYTEtX%2BMjKzHbc%3D&projectid=09da065b-e744-49c4-b8fe-2edb0344d5c3&id=897ab607-6b37-4c11-bab3-da096a8048fd&zoneid=ec3bf9da-f510-49a0-b21d-fb7ecdd5ab67&name=test-prj2&displaytext=test-prj2&ostypeid=7d77166c-1fa2-11e3-809d-38acb5898e2d&passwordenabled=false&_=1385639465477
>>>
>>>     2013-11-28 11:50:59,850 INFO  [cloud.api.ApiServer] (http-8443-20:null)
>>> PermissionDenied: Domain Admin and regular users can modify only their own
>>> Public templates on uuids: []
>>>     ===========
>>>
>>>
>>>     regards,
>>>     Thomas Joseph
>>>
>>>
>>
>> --
>> Fernando Guillén Camba
>> Unidade de Xestión de Infraestruturas TIC
>> Centro de Investigación en Tecnoloxías da Información (CITIUS)
>> Teléfono: 8818 16409
>> Correo: citius.tic@usc.es
>>
>
>


-- 
Fernando Guillén Camba
Unidade de Xestión de Infraestruturas TIC
Centro de Investigación en Tecnoloxías da Información (CITIUS)
Teléfono: 8818 16409
Correo: citius.tic@usc.es


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