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  2. CLOUDSTACK-10004

On deletion, Vmware volume snapshots are left behind with message 'the snapshot has child, can't delete it on the storage'

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    • Bug
    • Status: Open
    • Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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    Description

      ISSUE
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      Snapshots are not deleted resulting unexpected storage consumption in case of VMware.

      STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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      1. In VMware setup, create a snapshot of volume say Snap1.
      2. After successful creation of snapshot Snap1, create new snapshot of same volume say Snap2.snapshots
      3. While Snap2 is in BackingUp state, delete Snap1.
      4. Snap1 will disappear from Web UI, but when we check secondary storage, files associated with Snap1 still persists even after cleanup job is performed.
      5. In snapshot_store_ref table in DB, Snap1 will be in ready state instead of Destroyed.
      6. Also, in snapshots table, status of Snap1 will be Destroyed but removed column will be null and will never change to the date of snapshot removal.

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