Steps to Reproduce:
1. in the new vm wizard, pick provision source "disk"
2. in the disk tab create a new disk from URL and set it as CDROM
3. in the "boot source" pick this disk
4: click next
getting the following error:
Danger alert:Required fields not completed
Please select the boot source.
It should pass or explain why is CDRom not allowed
After select disk type "CD-ROM', the available source are "Upload via URL, Use an existing PVC, Clone an existing PVC, Container".
It's fixed for "Upload via URL, Use an existing PVC, Clone an existing PVC", but not "Container".
If select Container as source and create the disk, it still cannot be used as boot disk.
(In reply to Guohua Ouyang from comment #3)
> After select disk type "CD-ROM', the available source are "Upload via URL,
> Use an existing PVC, Clone an existing PVC, Container".
> It's fixed for "Upload via URL, Use an existing PVC, Clone an existing PVC",
> but not "Container".
> If select Container as source and create the disk, it still cannot be used
> as boot disk.
I believe this is actually correct - you can not boot from a cdrom if it is a container disk.
@Fabian, am I right? Can you create a cdrom and put a container disk to it and boot from it? I remember (but can not back it up by a link :( ) that it was not possible so we disabled it.
I'm not aware if a technical reason of why a containerDisk should not be able to back a CD-ROM.
Stu, are you aware of limitations?
I am not aware of a limitation of this nature. If you think of a CD-ROM as an ISO-9660 filesystem -- or more generically as a collection of bits, there's no reason it couldn't be a containerDisk.
ok than, enabling.
fixed in https://github.com/openshift/console/pull/6537 - the bot did not pick it up so moving the BZ manually to modified
still not fix for container on master.
since the container as cdrom is not the main flow, moving out of blocker list