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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0 Command Reference 04

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add virtual_machine vm_iso

add virtual_machine vm_iso


The add virtual_machine vm_iso command is used to add a Guest OS CD-ROM ISO file to a VM.


add virtual_machine vm_iso <vm_id> <iso_name>





vm_id VM ID.

Press Ctrl+A to obtain this parameter.

iso_name ISO file name.

The value can contain 5 to 63 characters, including letters, digits, hyphens (-), underscores (_), and periods (.), with iso as the file name extension. Midline (-) and dots (.) cannot be used as the first character, and two dots (.) cannot be used together.


Super administrator

Usage Guidelines

Adding Guest OS ISO file to the VM takes three to five minutes, resulting in occasional command timeout. Run the "show virtual_machine general" command to check whether the operation is completed (The operation is completed when the running status is not "COPYING").


Add an ISO file to the VM.

admin:/>add virtual_machine vm_iso 661716993 CentOS-7.0-1406-x86_64-DVD.iso
DANGER: You are about to add an ISO file to a virtual machine! The whole process will take 3-5 minutes, please execute command "show virtual_machine general" to confirm the status "COPYING" is finish or not. And please confirm that if the virtual machine already has an ISO file, you really want to replace that file! Please confirm!
Have you read danger alert message carefully?(y/n)y
Are you sure you want to perform the operation?(y/n)y
Command executed successfully.

System Response


Updated: 2019-07-25

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