----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gianluca Cecchi" <gianluca.cecchi(a)gmail.com>
> To: "Liron Aravot" <laravot(a)redhat.com>
> Cc: "users" <users(a)ovirt.org>, "Vered Volansky"
> Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2013 7:07:55 PM
> Subject: Re: [Users] clone vm from snapshot problem in 3.2
> On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 1:21 PM, Liron Aravot wrote:
> >> Hi Gianluca,
> >> I've built 3.2 and had success in reproducing your issue, I've
> >> also
> >> tested the fix and after it the clone window shows fine - so
> >> this
> >> should solve your issue (http://gerrit.ovirt.org/#/c/11254/
> >> Thanks, Liron.
> so I rebuilt with the patch.
> I built as in this thread:
> directly on engine server and with engine stopped:
> sudo rpm -Uvh --force $(ls -1|grep -v all)
> $ ls -1|grep -v all
> and then reboot the engine
> OK, for the snapshot details pane. It seem the patch fixes this
> Until now I was never able to see snapshot details,
> Instead now I can see disk and nic details. See:
> OK, if I clone a VM from a snapshot of a running VM (CentOS 5.6)
> I start the clone and no problem at all.
> well done!
> Corner cases and problems
> OK, if I clone a powered on VM from a snapshot with two disks and
> you can find clone in action with webadmin gui and iotop on node
> shows they are cloning in parallel.. well!
> The VM is a slackware 14 32bit with virtio disk that I obtained
> virt-v2v from CentOS 6.3+Qemu/KVM
> The problem is that the cloned VM recognizes the disks in reversed
> See these images where sl1432 is master slcone is the clone
> disk layout in details pane seems equal with boot disk the one that
> appears as the second, but the master boots ok, the slave no.
> Disks are swapped
> Master VM disk details:
> Clone VM disks details:
> Page with the two consoles where you can see that vda of master
> becomes vdb of clone and vice-versa:
> Can I swap again in some way? In VMware for example you can see and
> edit SCSI IDs of disks...
Can you please provide the engine logs where the boot success/failure of master and clone
can be seen?
> KO, if I clone a windows 7 VM from a snapshot (time 17:09) I get
> on gui
> You can find the engine.log from server restart (at 17:06) here:
> Are there any restrictions?
> The VM was powered off when taking the snapshot and making the
Regarding the second item you mentioned - failure of the clone vm
the engine log indicates that the following error occurred "Volume
Group not big enough" - suggesting you might check if you have
enough free space.
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