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On 15.12.2014 08:33, Gianluca Cecchi wrote:
On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 8:27 AM, Gianluca Cecchi
> On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 4:16 AM, Adam Litke <alitke(a)redhat.com>
>> Hi, please see below for more details.
>> tl; dr; Live merge works on oVirt-3.5.0 with Fedora 20 hosts
>> that are using qemu and libvirt packages from the virt-preview
>> repo. No other configuration is supported yet. We aim to have
>> support for RHEL7.1 and later and built-in support for Fedora
Sorry... pressed return too quick..
Understand me, please. My note was about Release Notes page
misleading in respect with features' set and newcomers... but also
frequent users too
" Live Merge If an image has one or more snapshots, oVirt 3.5's
merge command will combine the data of one volume into another.
Live merges can be performed with data is pulled from one snapshot
into another snapshot. The engine can merge multiple disks at the
same time and each merge can independently fail or succeed in each
I think you have to mention that it is a restricted use case for
now... and specify that it works only for Fedora 20 and in that
case you have to manually modify the repo definition to install the
qemu packages from virt-preview to get the feature.
This still is not fixed!
I can already see the bugreports coming in, claiming live merge does
not work, because the release notes are very misleading!
Did nobody got the time to fix this?
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