Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 644401
virsh help pool-create-as does not give complete information on how to use the command
Last modified: 2011-06-10 14:01:36 EDT
Description of problem:
"virsh help pool-create-as" does print a small help about how to use the command, but misses information about what is allowed for "type":
root@kvm-test:~# virsh help pool-create-as
pool-create-as - create a pool from a set of args
pool-create-as <name> [--print-xml] <type> [<source-host>] [<source-path>] [<source-dev>] [<source-name>] [<target>] [--source-format <string>]
Erzeuge einen Pool.
[--name] <string> Name des Pools
--print-xml print XML document, but don't define/create
[--type] <string> Typ des Pools
[--source-host] <string> source-host for underlying storage
[--source-path] <string> source path for underlying storage
[--source-dev] <string> source device for underlying storage
[--source-name] <string> source name for underlying storage
[--target] <string> target for underlying storage
--source-format <string> format for underlying storage
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install libvirt
2. virsh help pool-create-as
3. try to figure out what is allowed for "type"
You are lost in space for what "type" is, but it is a necessary option.
Have the information for allowed "type" displayed:
[--type] <string> Typ of pool one of xxx|yyy|zzz
There are some other bugs related to documentation of virsh ...
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This help docs have been improved in F15 IIRC, so closing as CURRENTRELEASE