On Mon, Dec 22, 2014 at 7:46 PM, Mr Sensible doilooksensi...@gmail.com
So, the question. How can I allow members of a group to RUN a persistent
SO I have a VM, that :
- is running in an SSH system datastore.
- has an image marked as persistent
- set to group infAdmins
- imageUse : NOManage : YESAdmin : YES
- networkUse : YESManage : YESAdmin : YES
- template Use : YESManage : YESAdmin : YES
- vm Use : YESManage : YESAdmin : YES
I find that admins in the group can not run this VM. I checked the vm
permissions, and yes, group run permission was unchecked. However, I am
unable to allow Group Run privilege, as A persistent image cannot be made
So I am a bit stuck. I need the vm to be persistent (in case of hardware
failure) but I need the ssh local system datastore for performance, and I
really need a small group other than me to be able to run up VMs, either
pre-created by me, or from scratch. I also create VMs for project teams,
and need them to be able to run up their own VMs (at the group level).
Apologies if I am trying to do something stupid (or missing something
Thanks and seasons greetings
This limitation is there for legacy reasons, and because of your mail we
have decided to remove it in the next maintenance release .
Meanwhile, you can give USE permissions to the group through an ACL rule
In any case, please be aware that a persistent Image can only be used by 1
VM at a time.
Carlos Martín, MSc
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