On 10/11/2016 03:47 PM, Nathanaël Blanchet wrote:
since ovirt 4.0, I can't use "--all_content" combined with "show
anymore. The option si still available with the key tab, but when
applying, ovirt-shell complains : option "--all_content" is not supported.
I wrote some script using the console-enabled option, how can I
retrieve this now?
This is a bug in the CLI, I opened the following BZ to track it:
The "--all_content true" option isn't accepted
It will be fixed by this patch:
cli: Base should be None when there is no base
That will hopefully be included in release 4.0.6 of the oVirt project.
Le 22/04/2016 à 11:39, Juan Hernández a écrit :
> On 04/22/2016 10:14 AM, Nathanaël Blanchet wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'd like to find any vms with some defined properties like
>> (console-enabled or serial_number-policy for example) with ovirt-shell
>> -E "show vm name", but I can't find all information that I can get
>> edit vm popupin the UI.
>> I belevied these kind of properties were unvailable because the flag was
>> by default to false, but after updating the flag to true, it is still
>> not visible. Does it exist an extended way to get those feature with
>> Thank you.
> The console information isn't reported by default because it requires an
> additional query to the database, which is expensive, and not useful in
> general. You can enable these expensive items using the "all_content"
> $ ovirt-shell "show vm name --all_content true"
> The serial number properties are only present if there is one serial
> number policy enabled.
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