From a quick overview on the project, is seems like openuds will create new
VMs based on another machine VM (a template)
so I don't see why a file on machine1 should be on machine2 unless you
using a shared storages with is mounted to both machines like a network
drive and you write the file there ...
please correct me if i misunderstood your question.
On Tue, 13 Nov 2018 at 16:49, Hari Prasanth Loganathan <
I created a VM which has one disk.
For this VM, I created two Virtual Desktop (VDI_1 and VDI_2) using
open-UDS and it created successfully.
*Consider the following scenario* :
1) I took a console for VDI_1 and created a file in it using the console
2) I took the console for VDI_2 and checked whether the file created in
VDI_1 is available in it but as per the VDI concept it is not available
Could someone clarify the below use case,
Now when I looked at the Disk associated with the VDI, It seems the Disk
of the VM is same for the VDI_1 and VDI_2, so How does the file created in
VDI_1 is not reflecting in VDI_2?
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