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Adding more hosts to an existing cloud in the future triggers re-validation #304
Describe the bug
What seems to be happening is there isn't a check that if hosts are added to join later (beyond current datetime = now) somehow the validate flag gets toggled at the cloud level.
The example above, 300 x systems were scheduled to be added to
I have not looked into the code base deeper but there's been some recent feature commits that address validations to systems added to already existing environments and may be related:
we actually don't really consider the start time when we mark the cloud as validation=False. We would have to have a way of knowing that a future schedule is about to kick in (which means a process loop that constantly looks at the "about to kick in" schedules) and only toggle the cloud level Validation attribute to False at a designated time. I'm not sure if this is worthwhile. This is worthy of discussion.
Perhaps the code that toggles to false the notification=true and validation=true settings needs to move into the M&R functionality?