Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1004837
Once deleted, the ISO storage can't be added with the same IP but can with the FQDN.
Last modified: 2016-02-10 13:03:25 EST
Created attachment 794305 [details]
This is the engine.log file that shows the fails of the ISO storage.
Description of problem:
I have configured a data center to have an imported ISO domain with an IP address and path after the ISCSI storage was added. I then put the ISO domain in maintenance mode, detached the ISO and then deleted it.
At this time, the only storage that is showing, is the ISCSI storage.
I then try to add the same ISO storage with the same IP address and RHEV-M says it already exists and still no sign of it in the GUI. I *then* add the exact same ISO, but instead of using the IP address, I use the FQDN. This imports the ISO domain, correctly.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
RHEV-M 3.3 (is12)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. See above.
ISO storage fails to get added to RHEV-M
ISO storage succeeds to get added to RHEV-M
Allon, this looks like a duplicate of the remaining connection bug.
Ayal, you are referring to bug 991470.
It's similar, but not exactly identical - removing a domain from the GUI, with no errors, SHOULD also remove the connection record.
(In reply to Allon Mureinik from comment #2)
> Ayal, you are referring to bug 991470.
> It's similar, but not exactly identical - removing a domain from the GUI,
> with no errors, SHOULD also remove the connection record.
According to the logs, it seems like a duplicate of bug 1020812 which has been resolved for 3.3. The described scenario doesn't appear to reproduce any longer. Moving to ON_QA for re-verification (please note that 'Format Domain' option should be checked in order to completely remove the ISO domain).
This one was opened for 3.3 which means it reproduce in 3.3
If it is the same then the original is not fixed.
if it is not please fix.
This bug was reported on RHEVM 3.3 is12. Bug 1020812 was fixed in is23. Closing.