On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 4:48 PM, 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.
I never heard about anyone using openuds with oVirt, no idea how it works.
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
Is this generally expected?
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?
If it's working as expected, and you only ask us "how?", then you might
want to check openuds docs. Perhaps it logs you in with different users?
No idea. What OS is running on the VM?
When you check oVirt's admin console, do you see only one VM? Where are
VDI_1 and VDI_2 defined, and how? Did you define the vm by yourself, or
used openuds to do that for you?
You might want to change the subject of your email to something like
'oVirt and openuds'.