These disks are all logical volumes created on my host OS with names:
Thanks for lsblk output, very helpful.
Does the web-ui show any disks? Ideally, you should still see your disks vda through vdh in the storage -> disks screen, but with a warning about serial numbers.
I don’t run Rockstor over kvm, but some users have run into a similar issuewith vmware and fixed it in configuration to assign serial numbers.
You are probably expecting the web-ui to show sda and sdb. But they are only 512MB. Rockstor ignores anything less than 1GB. Can you bump up the size and try?
Ha - no problem. I only selected 512Mb as I was trying to use as little space as possible to play about with at the moment.
Thanks for that - 1Gb drives are recognised properly and are now available. They do have the
Sorry, I don’t have Rockstor on kvm here to test your scenario. I’ll certainly come back and post if/when I play with rockstor+kvm. Perhaps someone else in the community can help?
On the issue:
"Warning! Disk serial number or UUID is not legitimate or unique"
could it be the block devices (/dev/rhel/vm_rockstor0X) you use for KVM as disks are copies of the same file or something ?
Because in your lsblk output it says all vdX’s have the same:
Hadn’t noticed that - good spot.