[one-users] shared transfer manager and image file ownership to qemu

Hyun Woo Kim hyunwoo at fnal.gov
Tue Apr 9 16:09:22 PDT 2013

Please ignore the original question and let me ask a new question.

When using shared transfer manager,
it looks like the image at IMAGE_REPOSITORY_PATH must have 666 permission to get launched
(I had to chmod manually)
but $ONE_LOCATION/var/remotes/image/fs/mv which must be called from onevm cancel/shutdown command
has exec_and_log "chmod 0660 $DST" which returns the permission back to 660.
Which is wrong here?

Hyunwoo Kim
FermiCloud Project

From: Hyunwoo Kim <hyunwoo at fnal.gov<mailto:hyunwoo at fnal.gov>>
Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 2:10 PM
To: "users at lists.opennebula.org<mailto:users at lists.opennebula.org>" <users at lists.opennebula.org<mailto:users at lists.opennebula.org>>
Subject: [one-users] shared transfer manager and image file ownership to qemu

To ON developers,

When we launch a vm via tm_shared, we observe that the original image file in the repository
changes its ownership from oneadmin to qemu as soon as it starts running.

Could you point me to the code that does this ownership change for the image?
Thanks in advance.

Hyunwoo Kim
FermiCloud Project

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