This list is correct, but i have destroyed the master storage domain (i have 6-7 Sd), and
after this i tried to upload ISO-s (old isos, and new isos) they were unbootable.
ISO-s: Rocky8, ubuntu18, win10, debian10 etc.
But i tried to use the upload_disk.py (thanksNir Soffer) and this script works fine.
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Feladó: Mark Kemel < mkemel(a)redhat.com (Link -> mailto:email@example.com) >
Dátum: 2021 szeptember 5 21:40:22
Tárgy: [ovirt-users] Re: data storage domain iso upload problem
Címzett: users(a)ovirt.org (Link -> mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)
I have tried to reproduce this by:
1. Uploading ISO to data domain, verifying that I can boot from it
2. Destroy the data domain
3. Create a new data domain, re-upload the ISO
4. Boot from the ISO
The issue you have described did not reproduce. Are my steps accurate?
Please provide more information - logs, what ISO do you use, how did you upload ISO to
data domain, etc.
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