Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 850439
Guide me should be disabled for local DC -> local cluster
Last modified: 2016-02-10 14:35:15 EST
Created attachment 605965 [details]
Guide-me dialog of an existing local cluster.
Description of problem:
Once you configure a local cluster, the guide-me button has no point,
since nothing can be done in this dialog.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
3.1 si 15
Use the guide me on a configured local cluster.
See the attached.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Have an existing local cluster that belongs to a local DC.
2. Push the guide me button for this cluster.
See everything disabled, and a meaningless "configure later" button to exit the dialog.
This dialog should not be accessible in this case.
The same issue happens when using the guide-me in a new system.
Once the host is selected for the new local cluster, everything is disabled,
and a meaningless "configure later" button to exit the dialog.
So I'd recommend to close the dialog after host selection happens in this
the "guide me" for local cluster is the only one with potential to contain no possible additional actions: Once a local cluster has a host, you cannot add more hosts to it, therefore there is no action available via the "guide me" dialog.
[in other "guide-me"s, there is always something that can be done: in a regular cluster, you can always add another host, in DC guide-me you can always add another SD, in VM guide-me you can always add another disk/nic, etc.]
need to consult graphic designer in order to tweak the "guide-me" dialog for that special case (e.g. put a comment of "nothing more to configure", put "close" button instead of "configure later" button, etc.)
Einav - please provide answer from the graphic designer
answer from graphic designer:
If the entity is fully configured and there is nothing else to do with it (e.g. "guide me" for local-cluster that already has Hosts in it), simply show a regular, simple dialog (like a CanDoAction/Error dialog, only with no Error texts or icons...) with text phrased like the following:
"The Cluster is fully configured and ready for use."
Dialog should contain only an "OK" button.
Guide me button is still available for local storage DC / Cluster.
Tested with si20
Relates to this issue:
- tested with SI24
- after adding a host to 'Local Storage' DC the 'Guide Me' shows 'The Cluster is fully configured and ready for use.' as clarified in comment #4.