Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 861312
Strange error when trying to delete a volume that is not fully detached yet
Last modified: 2014-01-29 09:36:17 EST
Following this test case:
If "nova volume-detach <...>" takes a while and you execute "cinder delete <...>" before the volume was properly detached, you get the error:
ERROR: Invalid volume: Volume status must be available or error (HTTP 400) (Request-ID: req-b39978cf-3352-4cca-a66d-794f41363de9)
Either that's a bug in itself (status should be available?) or the output should be more useful (e.g. "can't delete an attached volume").
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OpenStack Havana (F19) now has a specific "Volume cannot be deleted while in attached state" message.
OpenStack Havana in Fedora 20, that is.