Mark McLoughlin wrote:
Hey, We currently require guests and networks to have a UUID defined. This patch automatically generates a UUID if one isn't supplied. This is needed because the default network we install won't have a UUID assigned, since we'll want the UUID to be different on different hosts.
Good one. The remote patch makes some assumptions that UUID is always defined too.
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