On 28/05/2015 15:02, Crístian Deives
I have found a few errors when testing this patchset:
- If I select a file which doesn't exist, I get the error message
KCHVOL0020E: Storage volume capacity must be an integer number.",
which makes no sense in this context. This errors seems to happen
only when using Chrome but not Firefox.
I select a file which doesn't have read permissions, I get two
"Can not contact the host system. Verify the host system is up and
that you have network connectivity to it. HTTP request response
And a "ghost" storage volume is listed inside the storage pool.
And I can't find any special error message in the logs.
Is that also Chrome specific issue?
On 21-05-2015 18:08, Aline Manera
V1 - V2:
- Deal with non-existing file and read permission errors
Aline Manera (3):
Storage volume upload: Keep the task tracking to update the UI
Storage volume upload: Let the 'format' parameter be an empty string
Enable storage volume upload on UI
src/kimchi/API.json | 2 +-
src/kimchi/mockmodel.py | 3 +-
src/kimchi/model/storagevolumes.py | 20 +++++--
tests/test_model_storagevolume.py | 2 +-
ui/js/src/kimchi.api.js | 25 +++++++--
ui/js/src/kimchi.storagepool_add_volume_main.js | 73 ++++++++++++++++++++++---
ui/pages/i18n.json.tmpl | 2 +
ui/pages/storagepool-add-volume.html.tmpl | 4 +-
8 files changed, 107 insertions(+), 24 deletions(-)