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2013-12-23 01:31:28 -0500 asked a question How to change VNC frame size in Horizon?

I am trying to change the vnc_auto.html size in dashboard (Havana version). I have searched a lot of data from internet and all seem to tell me to adjust the iFrame in _detail_vnc.html. But I cannot find the _detail_vnc.html in my server, there is only vnc_auto.html.

Could someone tell me how to change the size of the iframe for novnc in Horizon?

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2013-12-12 18:00:24 -0500 commented answer volume attach to windows instance problem

Thanks for your response. I am using KVM as my hypervisor.

2013-12-12 02:55:30 -0500 asked a question volume attach to windows instance problem

Hi all, I attached a volume with device name(/dev/vdb) to a windows 2008 instance successfully.
Then I follow the standard procedures to make the new volume online and format it to disk D.
After using this volume for a while, I detach it without making it offline first.
I could see the status of the volume is available now.
But when I attach the same volume back to the windows instance, it couldn't be attach with the same device name(/dev/vdb).
I try another device name(/dev/vdc) and I could attach the volume back to the windows instance.
However, I could not access this volume in the windows instance anymore.
The status in windows disk management is always undefined.
Does any one know how to make the same volume re-attach to the windows instance working normally?

2013-12-12 02:49:43 -0500 asked a question volume detach from windows problem

Hi all, I attached a volume with device name(/dev/vdb) to a windows 2008 instance successfully.
Then I follow the standard procedures to make the new volume online and format it to disk D.
After using this volume for a while, I detach it successfully without making it offline first.
I could see the status of the volume is available, but in the windows the disk D is still exist.
Is there any way to make the disk D disappear automatically when I detach the volume without making it offline?