Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1263347
How do we stop a deployment that is in progress or errored?
Last modified: 2016-09-27 18:49:38 EDT
Description of problem:
We have a cancel button in the UI, but it doesn't seem like you can use it to cancel something once you've started a deployment. How can I stop a deployment that is running before it completes or errors? How can I fix something that is errored and try again? When we hit an error, everything stays read-only, and I can't modify a value that may have been messing us up. I thought I might be able to by canceling, and starting over again, but without a cancel, I feel like I have to create a new deployment, and fill everything out again.
Should the cancel button work? If we can't cancel anything, we should remove the button.
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For short term fix, let's be sure the cancel button is disabled if it won't work.
For long term we can file a new BZ to track work of improving the usability of the cancel.
I have the same problem with tp2 rc9 ISO. In the deployment, the cancel button is greyed out and I cannot cancel the deployment.
If I go to see the list of deployments, there is also no delete button, just an edit one. So I cannot remove the stuck deployment.
It should be possible to cancel a running or stuck deployment. I know that at certain points, we cannot do anything for the RHEV or OSP hosts that we deploy but at least, we could bring the Satellite system back to a functional one.