Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 885994
[User Portal] Run Once - Boot Options should not list Hard Disk when the VM is diskless - consistency with PXE/network boot
Last modified: 2013-06-11 04:44:36 EDT
Description of problem:
In User Portal -> Run Once - Boot Options - when the VM has no network card 'Network (PXE)' is unavailable in 'Boot sequence', this is OK. While the VM is diskless 'Hard Disk' still can be selected/is available in 'Boot sequence' list. When selecting 'Hard Disk' for diskless VM an user sees logically/correctly error popup window but still there's inconsitency - networkless VM = no network/PXE available vs. diskless VM = booting from HD available.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a new VM in User Portal without network and disk (default, just 'New Server')
2. Check Run Once -> Boot options
'Hard Disk' is present in 'Boot sequence' for diskless VM.
'Hard Disk' should be not available for diskless VM, same consitency for unavailable booting from network/PXE when a VM has no network interface.
Not fully OK - I created a diskless VM, in 'Run Once' dialog there's correctly 'Network (PXE)' in 'Boot Sequence' but when starting it in paused mode and later clicked 'Run' icon, I got:
Cannot run VM without at least one bootable disk.
-Create a disk for this VM, and rerun the VM.
-Change the boot sequence using the Edit VM command (Boot Option Sub-Tab).
-Use the Run-Once command to select a different boot option and rerun the VM.
When starting directly (not via paused mode), it works OK.
ok, sf10, now it works even in paused mode.
*** Bug 947849 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
3.2 has been released