virt-manager 0.4.0 - paravirt xen guests
Adam Stokes wrote:
> Attempting to increase the max and current allocation for a non running
> guests fails to set both values.
> The failure occurs within this function on the conditional
> (virtManager/details.py->virtManager/domain.py) :
> def set_memory(self, memory):
> memory = int(memory)
> if (memory > self.maximum_memory()):
> logging.warning("Requested memory " + str(memory) + " over
> maximum " + str(self.maximum_memory()))
> memory = self.maximum_memory()
>>From my investigation self.maximum_memory() seems to pull older
> information from the record list resulting in the above failure.
> Now the strange thing is once I set the max memory, click apply, then
> set current allocation the memory will set as expected.
> Is this expected behavior? If not, I thought perhaps pulling the
> information from the max memory spin button and testing against that as
> well would either fix or workaround this issue but I'm not sure that is
> the best approach.
This definitely is not expected behavior, and is still a bug in current
upstream. Would you mind submitting a bug against rawhide for this?
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