Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1009484
Image list not refreshed after uploading new iso
Last modified: 2016-02-10 15:25:08 EST
Created attachment 799401 [details]
Description of problem:
Image list of iso domain is not refreshed after uploading new iso via iso-uploader
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. upload iso using iso-uploader
iso is uploaded successfully, but the image list in Images subtab is not refreshed
The list should contain uploaded iso
engine.log attached. The list is correct after reattaching the iso domain
1. what was the iso-uploader command line? was it given credentials to access engine (which is supposed to have a call to refresh the iso content)?
2. did you wait 5 minutes for an engine refresh of the list of iso's?
3. did clicking the refresh iso domain button help?
4. what are the permissions on the iso domain folder for the various iso's?
1.command was rhevm-iso-uploader --iso-domain=ISO_DOMAIN upload /root/my.iso , I typed the credentials when I was asked
2. I wait for a few minutes (not sure if 5, will test it again), on of the domains I tried it on (I have tried two domains on different storage servers) was also attached to 3.2 setup and the iso was there visible and attachable to VM
3. the refresh button did not work
4. all of them have same permissions, -rw-r-----. 1 vdsm kvm (they worked without problem on 3.2 setup and after reattaching the iso domain)
I have waited for more than 5 minutes, the iso was still not shown neither in Images subtab of domain neither in the list of CDs when I tried to attach CD to VM
Please do this:
1. Setup the environment for the test so that the only step left is to upload the image.
- Verify that your SPM is up during the test
2. Shutdown engine and vdsm and delete old logs - we want short and relevant logs for the duration of the test
3. Start engine and vdsm and connect to engine with the browser
4. Start the upload command
- Specify the upload command as is so we can see the iso
filename and iso domain name and find them in the logs.
- If you use enviroment variables please exapnd them in the report
5. After the upload, wait 10 minutes without touching the engine
If automatic refresh did not work:
6. Try to refresh, waiting 30 seconds between retries
If manual refresh did not work:
7. Try to close the browser window and connect again
8. Try to empty the browser cache
9. Try to restart the engine
10. Try to restart vdsm
Finally, attach engine, vdsm and iso-uploader logs.
Attach also the output of ls -lht in the iso domain images directory.
Correction to comment 4: the iso list will not refresh automatically by design. The refresh button should work.
Why did you think that the refresh will be automatic? Is this documented somewhere?
it used to work on older setup, that when I clicked on the Images subtab, the list was refreshed, but even refresh button does not work now.
I am adding vdsm.log and engine.log according to your guide in next comment.
The problem was still there on is16
the ls - lht output was:
# ls -lht
-rw-r-----. 1 vdsm kvm 63M sep 24 17:24 my.iso
-rw-r-----. 1 vdsm kvm 283M sep 18 16:03 RHEV-toolsSetup_3.3_5.iso
-rw-r-----. 1 vdsm kvm 253M sep 12 15:37 RHEV-toolsSetup_3.2_13.iso
2013-09-24 17:17:47::INFO::rhevm-iso-uploader::1076::root:: Start uploading /root/my.iso
2013-09-24 17:17:51::INFO::rhevm-iso-uploader::1132::root:: /root/my.iso uploaded successfully
Created attachment 802332 [details]
Created attachment 802333 [details]
vdsm log from host
(In reply to Dušan Kajan from comment #6)
> it used to work on older setup, that when I clicked on the Images subtab,
> the list was refreshed,
Can you check which was the last version that the automatic refresh did work?
> but even refresh button does not work now.
What did you have to do to get the list updated? close the browser and reconnect? restart the engine? restart vdsm? something else?
I have to reattach the domain (detach and attach and activate again)
Uploaded a few ISO to the domain with the iso uploader, moved to the storage tab and clicked on the storage and images subtab and the already uploaded iso files, then without moving to another tab/subtab I uploaded another iso with the iso uploaded, clicked on the refresh icon on the right side of the subtab and the new iso file appeared correctly
Can you verify whether this is working for you in an updated version?
Sergey, please look at this, and add the reference to the similar bug you're working on.
I was not able to get it working. I uploaded two isos, wait for 15 minutes without leaving the subtab, upload another one, click refresh button (tried both subtab and tab refresh button), but neither of isos were in the list
*** Bug 1022183 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I just added en_windows_server_2008_with_sp2_x86_dvd_342333.iso to the ISO directory and did a chown 36:36 to the file.
I can not see it in the refreshed ISO Storage list in RHEV-M.
I have hit the refresh button in the upper right corner of the "Images" list in the Storage tab in RHEV-M, I have brought the ISO storage in to Maintenance Mode and reactivated the ISO storage, and I have rebooted the RHEV-M server. There is nothing I can do to see this particular ISO which is a supported platform.
Did you read comment 18 and https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1022183#c12? It explains that currently there is a problem in kernel related to refresh of NFS mounted directories.
Please, follow after that kernel bug which is the root cause of the problem:
In order to workaround that problem, you can remove your ISO domain and then import it again, it should work because its actually unmount and then mount the iso directory again.
I hope it helps
I just did a complete removal of the ISO storage and imported it again and I still do not see all the ISOs that are in the storage.
In particular, the one in comment 19 is still not visible.
Please, retest it with kernel 2.6.32-428.el6.x86_64 or newer.
I just ran into this today with RHEV 3.3.0-0.30-beta1 running on both RHEL 6.4 and 6.5 Beta. Using kernel 184.108.40.2062, I had to drill into the ISO export directory to where the actual file was being stored and run:
chmod +r filename.iso
As soon as the o+r attrib was set, the ISO showed up in my UI list. If I remove the read attribute for Other (o-r), the ISO disappears.
It seems the default permissions being set are mismatched to what is required for display.
Can you, please, verify that default permissions were 640 and file belongs to the kvm group?
Just uploaded a fresh image without my playing around with it...
Default perms are 640 for user:vdsm and group:kvm
Same result, a simple chmod o+r filename.iso, and it shows up.
I upgraded my hypervisor hosts with the is22 RHEV-Hypervisor build (20131106.0.el6). Kernel version was updated to 220.127.116.110. This seems to have solved the issue with the hosts mounting the NFS share with the wrong permissions. After the upgrade, The proper 640 permissoins are set for vdsm:kvm on the /rhev/data-center mount point, and no longer nobody:nobody.
Images list refreshed after uploading new ISO to the ISO domain using rhevm-iso-uploader.
I used the command:
rhevm-iso-uploader --nfs-server=orion.qa.lab.tlv.redhat.com:/export/shared_iso_domain/shared_iso_domain1/7233a711-98e8-4c3c-bcfa-44c4bcc4f6c6/images/11111111-1111-1111-1111-111111111111 upload 123.iso
Verified with is23, using kernel version 2.6.32-428.el6.x86_64 on hosts
Closing - RHEV 3.3 Released