[Pkg-opennebula-devel] Bug#673173: Bug#673173: Bug#673173: opennebula: Forces -cpu qemu32 even if host (and guest) ar amd64
drazzib at debian.org
Fri May 18 21:56:06 UTC 2012
Le vendredi 18 mai 2012 21:26:37, Olivier Berger a écrit :
> On Fri, 18 May 2012 20:12:39 +0200, "Damien Raude-Morvan"
<drazzib at debian.org> wrote:
> > From
> > http://opennebula.org/documentation:rel3.4:kvmg#mandatory_attributes, OS
> > mandatory attributes are :
> > BOOT + ARCH + KERNEL
> Ah, strange, as it won't complain if no ARCH is specified :-/
> Maybe there needs a real check for mandatory attributes ?
Yes, I think so.
> > I'm not sure to understand what you would expect here ? Setting a default
> > ARCH attribute given current arch of OpenNebula controller node doesn't
> > seems to be valid (for example, I'm using an old server as OpenNebula
> > controller - i386 but all my nodes/VM are amd64...)
> The controller's arch is of no use, for sure (hopefull, not involved,
> AFAICT ;-)
> It's just that I was assuming that by default (without any explicit ARCH
> setting), the same arch could be assumed by the One for its host/node
> and guest kvm VMs... but surely if this is explicitely set (mandatory
> attribute), there won't be any problem (unless autodetection inside the
> VM image was possible, but I'm not sure this is feasable).
> So, should be file a bug upstream complaining that mandatory attribues
> don't seem to be ?
I think that's the way to go.
Damien - Debian Developper
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