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fixes #5197 Preallocated disk support for ovirt #1573
You can modify existing pull requests by adding more commits to your branch. Once the review is done, you will normally be asked to "squash" your commits. This means, you use git rebase -i to melt all your commits into one and then force push your new branch. For now, however, run the [test]
While thin provisioning is not a bad concept at all, it allows
Having said that, modern VM managers warn quite early to prevent from
Others have opinions about that?
Lukas "lzap" Zapletal
I've been doing some hard thinking last night, and I think dom's right for a few reasons, firstly because we're now changing an existing default behaviour, not just that, we can't be sure that the additional provisioning time that'd be introduced because of that default change won't adversely affect existing installations. (causing build timeouts etc is a real possibility).
I think the prudent thing here is to simply add the support, keep existing default behaviour, and be comfortable in the fact if users wish to change their default settings they can do it via profiles/compute templates, and we can be sure that this change won't adversely affect existing users