[Openstack] Cinder Driver, unable to invoke create volume method
Dilip Sunkum Manjunath
Dilip.SunkumManjunath at toshiba-tsip.com
Thu Feb 19 03:47:46 UTC 2015
Am stuck with this from quite some time, I desperately need some help. I thank in advance for Time of yours.
Problem statement :
I am writing a driver which contacts the rest api in back end for creating volume.
now There is a file called ToshibaDriver in the Driver and a class which extends SanISCSIDriver.
Init and setup error two methods have been over written which is getting invoked. However the flow is not hitting the create volume method which is over ridden in the driver class.
Is there any other methods which I have to override?
So that when I Create a volume, It Hits the method in the Driver class?
My detailed question is posted here, in the above link. I request you help in suggesting what am I Missing.
Is there any control flow or implementation documents which will guide me? If you share or suggest that Would be really helpful!
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