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Re: [Libguestfs] [PATCH 6/8] v2v: -o rhv-upload: collect disks UUIDs right after copy



On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 07:13:49PM +0200, Pino Toscano wrote:
> Instead of waiting for the completion of the nbdkit transfers to get the
> UUIDs of the disks, use the new #disk_copied hook to do that after each
> disk is copied.
> 
> This has almost no behaviour on rhv-upload, except for the --no-copy
> mode:
> - previously it used to hit the 5 minute timeout while waiting for the
>   finalization of the first disk
> - now it asserts on the different number of collected UUIDs vs the
>   actual targets; at the moment there is nothing else that can be done,
>   as this assumption is needed e.g. when creating the OVF file
> ---
>  v2v/output_rhv_upload.ml | 32 ++++++++++++++++----------------
>  1 file changed, 16 insertions(+), 16 deletions(-)
> 
> diff --git a/v2v/output_rhv_upload.ml b/v2v/output_rhv_upload.ml
> index 5599ef2c2..0952af188 100644
> --- a/v2v/output_rhv_upload.ml
> +++ b/v2v/output_rhv_upload.ml
> @@ -227,6 +227,8 @@ object
>    val mutable rhv_storagedomain_uuid = None
>    (* The cluster UUID. *)
>    val mutable rhv_cluster_uuid = None
> +  (* List of disk UUIDs. *)
> +  val mutable disks_uuids = []
>  
>    method precheck () =
>      Python_script.error_unless_python_interpreter_found ();
> @@ -374,23 +376,21 @@ If the messages above are not sufficient to diagnose the problem then add the 
>          TargetURI ("json:" ^ JSON.string_of_doc json_params)
>      ) overlays
>  
> -  method create_metadata source targets _ guestcaps inspect target_firmware =
> -    (* Get the UUIDs of each disk image.  These files are written
> -     * out by the nbdkit plugins on successful finalization of the
> +  method disk_copied t i nr_disks =
> +    (* Get the UUID of the disk image.  This file is written
> +     * out by the nbdkit plugin on successful finalization of the
>       * transfer.
>       *)
> -    let nr_disks = List.length targets in
> -    let image_uuids =
> -      List.mapi (
> -        fun i t ->
> -          let id = t.target_overlay.ov_source.s_disk_id in
> -          let diskid_file = diskid_file_of_id id in
> -          if not (wait_for_file diskid_file finalization_timeout) then
> -            error (f_"transfer of disk %d/%d failed, see earlier error messages")
> -                  (i+1) nr_disks;
> -          let diskid = read_whole_file diskid_file in
> -          diskid
> -      ) targets in
> +    let id = t.target_overlay.ov_source.s_disk_id in
> +    let diskid_file = diskid_file_of_id id in
> +    if not (wait_for_file diskid_file finalization_timeout) then
> +      error (f_"transfer of disk %d/%d failed, see earlier error messages")
> +            (i+1) nr_disks;
> +    let diskid = read_whole_file diskid_file in
> +    disks_uuids <- disks_uuids @ [diskid];
> +
> +  method create_metadata source targets _ guestcaps inspect target_firmware =
> +    assert (List.length disks_uuids = List.length targets);
>  
>      (* The storage domain UUID. *)
>      let sd_uuid =
> @@ -406,7 +406,7 @@ If the messages above are not sufficient to diagnose the problem then add the 
>      let ovf =
>        Create_ovf.create_ovf source targets guestcaps inspect
>                              target_firmware output_alloc
> -                            sd_uuid image_uuids vol_uuids vm_uuid
> +                            sd_uuid disks_uuids vol_uuids vm_uuid
>                              OVirt in
>      let ovf = DOM.doc_to_string ovf in

This is certainly cleaner than the existing code, so the change in
behaviour for --no-copy isn't important (and it's still an error in
either case), therefore:

ACK

Rich.

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