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From "ASF subversion and git services (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (JCLOUDS-569) Cloudsigma listDrivesInfo() and getDriveInfo () parse error when jobs are present
Date Mon, 02 Jun 2014 14:19:02 GMT

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ASF subversion and git services commented on JCLOUDS-569:
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Commit 7c396ecb1e116e787ba6b51a835fc660732fbe85 in jclouds-labs's branch refs/heads/master
from [~rahulruikar]
[ https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf?p=jclouds-labs.git;h=7c396ec ]

JCLOUDS-569: Added Job class to represent the Disk jobs


> Cloudsigma listDrivesInfo() and getDriveInfo () parse error when jobs are present
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: JCLOUDS-569
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCLOUDS-569
>             Project: jclouds
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: jclouds-labs
>    Affects Versions: 1.7.2
>         Environment: OSX 10.9
> Oracle Java 1.8 JDK
>            Reporter:  Cosmin Dumitru
>              Labels: cloudsigma
>
> If a job is present in the DriveInfo response then the parser barfs with an exception.
This is most likely due to the fact that the "jobs" field in the DriveInfo POJO is declared
as List<String> and while the  the response seems to ask for  List<Map<String,String>>

> In clouds-labs/cloudsigma2/src/main/java/org/jclouds/cloudsigma2/domain/DriveInfo.java,
line 37 reads : 
> {code:java}
> protected List<String> jobs;
> {code}
> The jobs field defined in the cloudsigma api: https://cloudsigma-docs.readthedocs.org/en/2.10/jobs.html?highlight=jobs
> Response which triggers the exception:
> {code:javascript}
>     "{"affinities": [], "allow_multimount": false, "jobs": [{"resource_uri": "/api/2.0/jobs/933133a2-4ee2-4310-9a63-c8d5e7052335/",
"uuid": "933133a2-4ee2-4310-9a63-c8d5e7052335"}], "licenses": [], "media": "cdrom", "meta":
{"arch": "64", "category": "general", "description": "OpenBSD 5.3 - 64bit - CD\r\n\r\n", "favourite":
"False", "image_type": "install", "install_notes": "1. Attach the CD. \\n\r\nNB: Please be
aware that the CD needs to be attached to the server using IDE interface.  \\n\r\n \\n\r\n2.
Attach a Drive. \\n\r\nPlease be aware that the drive size required for installation of the
OS will vary between 1 and 8 GB, depending on your configuration preferences For detailed
information please open the URL below:\r\nhttp://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq3.html#SelectHW\r\n
\\n\r\n \\n\r\n3. Connecting to your server via VNC. \\n\r\na) Go to the \u201cProperties\u201d
tab of the server and Turn on the VNC Tunnel by clicking the button right next to it \\n\r\nb)
In order to use the inbuilt client click on the icon right next to the VNC link and choose
\u201cOpen in Dialog Window\u201d or \u201cOpen in new browser window/tab\u201d \\n\r\nOR
\\n\r\nc) Having installed a compatible VNC client, open a VNC connection to your server through
the UI.  \\n\r\nd) Enter your VNC url and VNC password as displayed on your Server Properties
Window.  \\n\r\n \\n\r\n4. Minimum Hardware Requirements. \\n\r\nThe recommended minimum hardware
requirements as published by Netbsd.org are 64MB RAM and 200 Hz CPU. We also recommend specifying
higher values of RAM and CPU for better user experience. \r\n \\n", "os": "other", "paid":
"False", "url": "http://www.openbsd.org/"}, "mounted_on": [], "name": "OpenBSD 5.3", "owner":
{"resource_uri": "/api/2.0/user/cff81a3f-6ddf-438d-b3a5-c094492ac147/", "uuid": "cff81a3f-6ddf-438d-b3a5-c094492ac147"},
"resource_uri": "/api/2.0/drives/fc9f48d9-200b-4de3-a161-5b1d32ec86c4/", "runtime": {"is_snapshotable":
true, "snapshots_allocated_size": 0, "storage_type": "dssd"}, "size": 1000013824, "snapshots":
[], "status": "unmounted", "storage_type": "dssd", "tags": [], "uuid": "fc9f48d9-200b-4de3-a161-5b1d32ec86c4"}"
> {code}
> And the exception:
> {quote}
> [ERROR] 2014:05:15@10:29:11,539:org.jclouds.cloudsigma2.functions.internal.ParseDriveInfos
- Error parsing input
> com.google.gson.JsonSyntaxException: java.lang.IllegalStateException: Expected a string
but was BEGIN_OBJECT at line 1 column 57
> {quote}
> To reproduce the exception get a LibraryDrive, clone it and then get the DriveInfo for
the cloned disk. 
> {code:java}
>  CloudSigma2Api api = ContextBuilder.newBuilder("cloudsigma2-zrh") ...// initialization
stuff for the api 
> // gets the first disk from the library - It's a CD of openbsd 
> FluentIterable<LibraryDrive> libraryDrives = api.listLibraryDrives().concat();
> //clone it
> api.cloneLibraryDrive(libraryDrives.first().get().getUuid(), null);
> //list all existing drives
> FluentIterable<Drive> drives  = api.listDrives().concat();
> //print the drive infos for all the drives
> for (Drive drive : drives) {
> //this throws an exception when we get to the newly cloned disk
>     System.out.println(api.getDriveInfo(drive.getUuid()));
> }
> //altenatvely we can just get all the driveInfos which similarly barfs when we get to
the newly cloned disk
> FluentIterable<DriveInfo> driveInfos = api.listDrivesInfo().concat();
> {code}
>  



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