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This Feature will allow persistent of Windows Sysprep and Cloud-Init data to the Database. By persisting the data Admin can create a template with VM-Init data that which will enable initialize VMs with relevant Data.
- Name: Shahar Havivi
- Email: shaharh@redhatdotcom
Currently we are persisting the Timezone and Domain for Sysprep Windows based machines and Cloud-init data via Run-Once dialog. We want to be able to add more granularity to Sysprep such as saving a Windows serial key and persisting the current Cloud-init data that we have via the Run-Once dialog. The VM-Init section will have its own tab in Add/Edit VM and will stay the same for the Run-Once dialog.
By adding a new table for initialization purpose of VMs the Domain field will move from vm_static table (VmBase business object) to the vm_init table (VmInit business object). We will have two forms of time-zone, The one that we currently have in vm_static will move to the System tab section in Add/Edit VM, this will represent the time-zone of the BIOS, the one that is represented in the qemu command line, The new time-zone that vm_init table have will represent the VM operating system time-zone.
vm_id host_name domain authorized_keys regenerate_keys time_zone dns_servers dns_search_domains networks password winkey custom_script
Custom Script enable Cloud-Init the ability to add custom YAML sections (which is concatenated to the YAML generated by oVirt) such as adding file:
write_files: - content: | # THIS IS MY TEXT FILE Some Content for my file path: /tmp/myfile permissions: '0644'
More inforamation please refer to Cloud-Init Documentations.
Please note that an error in custom script will cause the Cloud-Init loading failure.
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