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awarded  Notable Question
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Mar
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comment Revert libvirt external snapshot
Thanks, although i was looking also for examples (commands) i will accept your answer as it pointed me in the right direction.
Mar
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accepted Revert libvirt external snapshot
Mar
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comment Revert libvirt external snapshot
lets see if i can explain this better, there are two cases I want to cover: Case 1: Reverting to snap2 and not caring about snap3 (can be achieved through what you mentioned above although i expected a better solution to be available through virsh but apparently there is none) Case 2: Reverting to snap2, doing changes there and then reverting back to snap3. Now, for case 2 if go back to snap2 and make changes means the snap2 will change and since snap3 is an increment of snap2 that means most probably snap3 is now corrupted. What i need is to be able to go back and forth on reverts. Thanks
Mar
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comment Revert libvirt external snapshot
Thanks, However doing so would only cover my first case, "going back to snap2 if i want to discard snap3" how could i achieve the rest of my question? as doing as you mentioned would change snap2
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asked Revert libvirt external snapshot
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Dec
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comment Qcow2 images growing far beyond what they should
Hi dyasny, main problem of mine is "The image should not be able to grow beyond that size, if it does - you're seeing a bug." <- they are growing to a size bigger than they were allocated. So another question: you say "specially long running snapshots", why these specially?
Dec
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asked Qcow2 images growing far beyond what they should
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accepted Correct way to move kvm vm
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awarded  Notable Question
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asked Reduce Elasticsearch log level
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asked Logstash/collectd buffer to files on network fault
Sep
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comment KVM virtual IP address not working on HOST, works on GUEST
@gparent i know... bit ridiculous but kind of has to be, i have replaced it by letters, each XXX is equal to eachother, each AAA is equal to each other etc... hope it makes it a bit clearer
Sep
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comment KVM virtual IP address not working on HOST, works on GUEST
@MichaelHampton no special reason really, just force of habit, doe it influence anything?
Sep
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asked KVM virtual IP address not working on HOST, works on GUEST