[openstack-dev] [cinder][horizon]Proper error handling/propagation to UI
duncan.thomas at gmail.com
Sun Mar 1 17:07:11 UTC 2015
I thought that case should be caught well before it gets to the driver. Can
you retry with the LVM driver please?
On 27 February 2015 at 10:48, Eduard Matei <eduard.matei at cloudfounders.com>
> We've been testing our cinder driver extensively and found a strange
> behavior in the UI:
> - when trying to delete a snapshot that has clones (created volume from
> snapshot) and error is raised in our driver which turns into
> "error_deleting" in cinder and the UI; further actions on that snapshot are
> impossible from the ui, the user has to go to CLI and do cinder
> snapshot-reset-state to be able to delete it (after having deleted the
> - to help with that we implemented a check in the driver and now we raise
> exception.SnapshotIsBusy; now the snapshot remains available (as it should
> be) but no error "bubble" is shown in the UI (only the green one: Success.
> Scheduled deleting of...). So the user has to go to c-vol screen and check
> the cause of the error
> So question: how should we handle this so that
> a. The snapshot remains in state "available"
> b. An error bubble is shown in the UI stating the cause.
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