Description of problem:
VM's disk format always is imported as thin provisioning with collapse snapshot (RAW sparse)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
av10.1 - rhevm-3.4.1-0.25.el6ev.noarch.rpm
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a vm with prealloacted policy (RAW no sparse)
2. Add a snapshot
3. Export the vm
4. remove the original vm
5. Import the vm with collapse snapshot
Imported vm's disk is thin provisioning (cow sparse)
Imported Vm's disk is the original format, preallocated.
Tested for Virtio and IDE interfaces.
Created attachment 918355 [details]
Engine log disk id is "710a1b29-5037-435e-8f38-44edc78dc175"
What storage was it created on, exported to and imported to?
(I'm not clear what the "on nfs" in the title refers to)
Tal, doesn't the fix for bug 1130761 cover this issue too?
Followed all steps to reproduce in 3.5RC, imported to an NFS domain and the result was a RAW sparse disk as it should.
Note that when importing to a block domain the type will be change to COW since block domain does not support RAW sparse disks by design.
bug fixed in vt3.
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