Created attachment 1739498 [details]
example for Import URL
Description of problem:
The example of Import URL is "Fedora cloud image list" for all templates.
It should be "RHEL cloud image list" for RHEL, don't know what should be for windows.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Go to template and select a RHEL template.
2. Click Add Source.
3. Select "Import via URL" in boot source type.
I think that example is supposed to be a general example and not to point to a source for each specific type. Matt, Rastislav, could you please clarify?
yes Philip you are right. It's meant to be an example not subject to change based on the OS selection.
closing, see comment#2
Created attachment 1739871 [details]
Look at the quick start, it even points to windows image list for windows VM.
And in the RHEL quick start, it says "6. Under the Import URL field, click RHEL cloud image list to view the list of available KVM guest images." which means it should be `RHEL cloud image list` for RHEL.
Can we say "for an example of a cloud image repository see (link to)[Fedora cloud image list]" so it will be clear it's an example, ( because we have no table of sources that match each possible OS, and we can't change the link based on each posible OS ) ?
> And in the RHEL quick start, it says "6. Under the Import URL field, click RHEL cloud image list to view the list of available KVM guest images."
Is it an upstream/downstream thing ?
that downstream it will be "RHEL cloud image" and upstream it will be "Fedora cloud image", Tomas do you know somthing ?
On Upstream, examples for all templates are "Example: For Fedora, visit the Fedora cloud image list and copy the download link URL for the cloud base image".
On Downstream, examples for all templates are " Example: For RHEL, visit the RHEL download page (requires login) and copy the download link URL of the KVM guest image".
It's already mentioned they're examples, but it's odd to give Fedora example when user are actually using RHEL/Windows template.
> because we have no table of sources that match each possible OS, and we can't change the link based on each posible OS ) ?
We should only cover: Fedora, RHEL and Windows.
Fillip and Matt ( and me ) think it's OK to have same example for all OS,
Leaving this bug closed, will reopen (or open a new one) if new people complain.
agreed - I am not against a more dynamic approach IF we can adjust per OS selection but I'll leave that up to the experts :)
reopen per comment#12, will move to 4.8 once open
changing to low as this is a "nice to have" feature that does not impact usability
on 4.8.0-fc.5, the URl for CentOS is 'Fedora', it should be CentOS.
Aviv hi, I added the centos link per comment#16 please add centos to the fix:
- For Fedora: https://alt.fedoraproject.org/cloud/
- For RHEL： https://access.redhat.com/downloads/content/479/ver=/rhel---8/8.2/x86_64/product-software
- For Windows: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10ISO
- For CentOS: https://cloud.centos.org/centos/
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
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