There is a problem while creating a new template with local isos.
If some iso is stored inside an active storagepool, then kimchi is
going to show it for selection.
Kimchi looks for any file, with any name, but of type "iso" -
So, isos rename like ubuntu.iso.1 or even teste.exe will be shown to
Error happens if user selects one of them, because the JSON schema
restricts file names to
ends with ".iso".
According to my tests, Libvirt accepts any name, since the file is ISO
type. So, I would like to
propose to remove the ".iso" checking in the JSON schema.
This is not going to break anything in UI.
Problems would happen if user tries to create a template using the API
directly and gives a file
that is not an ISO. In this case, a error will be returned by libvirt
and triggered to user.
Patch is quite simple. Any objection ?
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