Description of problem:
VM's disk imported doesn't preseve the disk image format type.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a vm from a template as thin provisioning
2. Export the the template and vm.
3. Remove the vm and template from the setup
4. Import the vm (the UI will force you to use collapse snapshot)
VM's disk is exported as preallocated.
VM's disk keep the format that the original vm was, thin provisioning (COW sparse).
Maybe related or the same bug: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1120087
Run was in iSCSI master domain exported to a NFS extorage domain.
(In reply to Carlos Mestre González from comment #1)
> Run was in iSCSI master domain exported to a NFS extorage domain.
And imported back to the same domain?
Yes, imported back to the same domain.
From the description, the Actual result should be:
VM's disk is *imported* as preallocated.
I've run this with the same but instead but instead of importing the vm with collapse snapshots with clone (that includes collapse snapshot) and the same happens, Vm's disk is imported as preallocated to the original nfs master domain even if was created with a thin disk.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1116486 ***