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  2. OCPBUGS-33561

[vSphere CAPI install] installconfig.platform.vsphere.diskType does not work

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      Description of problem:

          The valid values for installconfig.platform.vsphere.diskType are thin, thick, and eagerZeroedThick.But no matter the diskType is set to thick or eagerZeroedThick, the actual check result is thin.
      
      govc vm.info --json  /DEVQEdatacenter/vm/wwei-511d-gtbqd/wwei-511d-gtbqd-master-1 | jq -r .VirtualMachines[].Layout.Disk[].DiskFile[][vsanDatastore] e7323f66-86ef-9947-a2b9-507c6f3b795c/wwei-511d-gtbqd-master-1.vmdk[fedora@preserve-wwei ~]$ govc datastore.disk.info -ds  /DEVQEdatacenter/datastore/vsanDatastore e7323f66-86ef-9947-a2b9-507c6f3b795c/wwei-511d-gtbqd-master-1.vmdk |grep Type  Type:    thin

      Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

          4.16.0-0.nightly-2024-05-07-025557

      How reproducible:

          Setting installconfig.platform.vsphere.diskType to thick or eagerZeroedThick and continue installation.

      Steps to Reproduce:

          1.Setting installconfig.platform.vsphere.diskType to thick or eagerZeroedThick     
          2.continue installation          

      Actual results:

          diskType is thin when install-config setting diskType: thick/eagerZeroedThick

      Expected results:

          The check result for disk info should match the setting in install-config

      Additional info:

          

            jcallen@redhat.com Joseph Callen
            wwei@redhat.com Wenxin Wei
            Wenxin Wei Wenxin Wei
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