When initiating a clone of an existing virtual machine then the name of the cloned storage is the same as the initial name of the clone.
name of clone: testing0001-clone
filename of cloned storage: /var/lib/libvirt/images/tesitng0001-clone.vmdk
At the moment the filename doesn't change after changing the name of the clone. Setting the name to "testing0002" at the moment results in the filename "/var/lib/libvirt/images/tesitng0001-clone.vmdk".
When changing the name of the clone, for example to "testing0002" the filename of the cloned storage should be changed to /var/lib/libvirt/images/tesitng0002.vmdk.
Please tag this one as a feature request. Not sure how to do this.
Do you mean changing the name of the VM after it has been created? (like, vm details->overview->name->apply), or changing the name of the VM in the 'clone VM' wizard?
The first bit does not work, and I don't think we will ever do that, it's too much of a pain, and we would need to prompt the users if that's what they wanted, etc.
The second bit seems to work fine for me.
Can you provide virt-manager --debug output when reproducing?
Closing as INSUFFICIENT_DATA, if this is still an issue please see comment #1 before reopening