What I meant not available is in discovery the target appears but not its LUNs.
The 'remove' option is always grayed out.
Are there any steps I should do after adding the storage to make it available?
From: Itamar Heim [mailto:ih...@redhat.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2011 5:09 PM
To: Itzik Brown
Subject: Re: left overs after removing a storage
On 11/09/2011 03:55 PM, Itzik Brown wrote:
> Using RHEV manager I added an iSCSI storage which created PV over it and LVs.
> After "destroying" it from RHEV manager the storage is not available anymore
> when doing discovery.
> In the console of the host running vdsmd I see the PV and LVs are still there.
> After manually removing the LVs and PV the discovery from RHEV manager worked
> Should it be like this? Is it a bug? Is there a fix already?
RHEV doesn't show a "used LUN".
when you remove a storage domain, it is formatted, and can be re-used.
when you destroy - assumption is no access to storage to format it, and you
need to manually format it to re-use it in RHEV.
(dd to begining of the LUN should solve this).
probably should show these LUNs in gray out at least in the UI - I think we
have an AI on that - I still need to move them to upstream bugzilla.
> vdsm-devel mailing list
vdsm-devel mailing list