[openstack-dev] [nova] about rebuild instance booted from volume
lijie at unitedstack.com
Wed Mar 21 11:34:30 UTC 2018
So what should we do then about rebuild the volume backed server?Until the cinder could re-image a volume?
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From: "Matt Riedemann";
Date: 2018年3月16日(星期五) 上午6:35
To: "OpenStack Developmen";
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [nova] about rebuild instance booted from volume
On 3/15/2018 5:29 PM, Dan Smith wrote:
> Yep, for sure. I think if there are snapshots, we have to refuse to do
> te thing. My comment was about the "does nova have authority to destroy
> the root volume during a rebuild" and I think it does, if
> delete_on_termination=True, and if there are no snapshots.
Agree with this.
Things do get a bit weird with delete_on_termination and if nova 'owns'
the volume. delete_on_termination is False by default, even if you're
doing boot from volume with source_type of 'image' or 'snapshot' where
nova creates the volume for you.
If a user really cared about preserving the volume, they'd probably
pre-create it (with their favorite volume type since you can't tell nova
the volume type to use) and pass it to nova with
Given the defaults, I'm not sure how many people are going to specify
delete_on_termination=True, thinking about the implications, which then
means they can't rebuild their volume-backed instance later because nova
can't / won't delete the volume.
If we can solve this without deleting the volume at all and just
re-image it, then it's a non-issue.
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