Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 832105
Preallocated diskes can not be added correctly, when total diskes size is largerl than the free space
Last modified: 2016-02-10 11:40:06 EST
Description of problem:
add more than one Preallocated diskes and total diskes size is largerl than the free space of storage. disks can not be added correctly.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.let the storage to has 20GB free space
2.added 3 disks, and each is 10GB, total 30GB, the format type is "Preallocated"
3.added 11 disks, one is 1GB, others are 10GB, the format type is "Preallocated".
added 3 disks, and each is 10GB, total 30GB, the format type is "Preallocated".
there are 20GB free space storage.
it takes a long time. but at last, none of disks is add successfully
added 11 disks, one is 1GB, others are 10GB, the format type is "Preallocated".
At last two is added successfully, one is 1GB disk,the other is 10GB disk. but neither is the first one disk first addeded.
(1) the the total disks size is larger than the free space of storage, the disk should not allowed to added.
(2) the first disks should be added succussfully, the last one exceed the free space of storage should be added failed.
Data Centers: default
storage: two storages, both are nfs. one is for data(master), another is for ISO. there are 20GB free space.
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