Dave can you have someone edit the installation page and specifically
mention that EL hypervisors don't have native Gluster (fuse only) support -
It would be very frustrating to think you can have all the features, and OS
stability as well, only to find out EL doesn't support a key feature.
I've seen lots of requests on the board for a back-port so this might
preempt more questions / problems.
On Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 8:31 AM, Dave Neary <dneary(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> The oVirt development team is very happy to announce the general
> availability of oVirt 3.3.0 as of September 16th 2013. This release
> solidifies oVirt as a leading KVM management application, and open
> source alternative to VMware vSphere.
> oVirt is available now for Fedora 19 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4
> (or similar).
> Get started with oVirt now! http://www.ovirt.org/Download
> Chief among the many new features in the release are:
> * Tight integration with Gluster - take advantage of native GlusterFS
> support, or use oVirt to manage your Gluster bricks
> * Integration with OpenStack - share images stored in Glance, and take
> advantage of Neutron integration for network topology definition
> * Extensibility and control - with improvements in VM scheduling, an
> increased array of hooks and APIs, oVirt gives you absolute control over
> your virtual datacenter
> Read more about the oVirt 3.3 release on the Red Hat community blog:
> The full release announcement:
> oVirt 3.3 release notes: http://www.ovirt.org/OVirt_3.3_release_notes
> Dave Neary.
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Final RC builds have been posted to the beta repos on ovirt.org. The
current scheduled release for 3.3 is set for Monday assuming no critical
blocker issues are found before then.
If you picked up beta packages prior to Thursday at approximately 11 AM
EDT (15:00 UTC), there is a new ovirt-engine package that fixes a single
security issue .
The oVirt Team
 A reflected cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw was found in oVirt
Engine An attacker could construct a carefully-crafted URL, which once
visited by an unsuspecting user, could cause the user's web browser to
execute malicious script in the context the of oVirt Engine domain.
A new version of oVirt Engine 3.2 was released today to deal with
security bug 1007482 .
A reflected cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw was found in oVirt Engine An
attacker could construct a carefully-crafted URL, which once visited by
an unsuspecting user, could cause the user's web browser to execute
malicious script in the context the of oVirt Engine domain. (CVE-2013-4181)
This update only fixes this one bug.
The oVirt Team