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From Dag Sonstebo <>
Subject Re: Allow users to resize root volume of a template-based instance?
Date Tue, 07 Jun 2016 22:26:45 GMT
Which version of CloudStack are you on Andy? The bug seems to have been fixed in 4.2 (,
but we recently came across it again in 4.6 - with a fix appearing in 4.6.2 (

Dag Sonstebo
Cloud Architect 

On 07/06/2016, 20:07, "Andy Dills" <> wrote:

>We're using 4.8, with Xen as the hypervisor. 
>We're finding that only the Admin account can adjust the size of a root
>volume. Domain Admins and User accounts aren't given the option to
>resize the volume. I have the same storage tag on all of the disk
>offerings, and on the primary storage. Resize shows up and works great
>when I'm logged in as admin, but none of the users get the icon. 
>Is there a way to enable this? The documentation seems to suggest it
>should be visible to both users and admins, and that as long as multiple
>disk offerings share a common storage tag, they should be presented as
>I notice in the storage properties for the volume, the "Disk Offering"
>is blank, even though I clearly picked an offering. 
>Any suggestions? 
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