Adding disks to an OVF with cot add-diskΒΆ

> cot add-disk --help
  cot add-disk --help
  cot <opts> add-disk DISK_IMAGE PACKAGE [-o OUTPUT] [-f FILE_ID]
                      [-t {harddisk,cdrom}] [-c {ide,scsi}] [-s SUBTYPE]
                      [-a ADDRESS] [-d DESCRIPTION] [-n DISKNAME]

Add or replace a disk image in the specified OVF or OVA. If the specified
disk image, controller/address, file-id, and/or instance match an existing
entry in the OVF, will replace the existing disk with the provided file
(prompting for confirmation if --force was not set); otherwise, will
create a new disk entry.

positional arguments:
  DISK_IMAGE            Disk image file to add to the package
  PACKAGE               OVF descriptor or OVA file to edit

general options:
  -h, --help            Show this help message and exit
  -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
                        Name/path of new OVF/OVA package to create instead
                        of updating the existing OVF

disk-related options:
  -f FILE_ID, --file-id FILE_ID
                        Disk image file ID string within the OVF package
                        (default: use disk image filename)
  -t {harddisk,cdrom}, --type {harddisk,cdrom}
                        Disk type (default: files ending in
                        .vmdk/.raw/.qcow2/.img will use harddisk and files
                        ending in .iso will use cdrom)

controller-related options:
  -c {ide,scsi}, --controller {ide,scsi}
                        Disk controller type (default: determined by disk
                        type and platform)
  -a ADDRESS, --address ADDRESS
                        Address of the disk, such as "1:0". Requires that
                        --controller be explicitly set. (default: use
                        first unused address on the controller)
  -s SUBTYPE, --subtype SUBTYPE
                        Disk controller subtype such as "virtio" or

descriptive options:
                        Description of this disk (optional)
                        Name of this disk (default: "Hard disk #" or "CD-
                        ROM #" as appropriate)