Dear Ladies and Gentlemen!
I am currently working with the java-sdk and I encountered a problem.
If I would like to retrieve the disk details, I get the following error:
Disk currDisk = ovirtConnection.followLink(diskAttachment.disk());
The Error is occurring in this line:
The getResponst looks quiet ok. (I inspected: [cid:image002.png@01D44537.AF127FD0] and it looks ok).
wrong number of arguments
The code is quiet similar to what you published on github (https://github.com/oVirt/ovirt-engine-sdk-java/blob/master/sdk/src/test/j... ).
Can you confirm the defect?
Where iscsiDetailsBuilder is IscsiDetailsBuilder iscsiDetailsBuilder = new IscsiDetailsBuilder().address(address).port(port);
I can fetch an iSCSI details container list, which contains the list of iSCSI targets. However, all values, except the address, port, portal and target string are null. I need the iSCSI LUN ID for automation of iSCSI creation. How can this be done via the SDK?
Thanks in advance.
given that crypto policies appeared in RHEL8 I think it's a good time to
discuss using them
throughout oVirt. I prepared a document, that describes the current state
of crypto settings
in VDSM along with the benefits and potential issues that come with moving
to crypto policies.
If you have a moment, please go through the doc - any input and comments
Regards, Marcin Sobczyk
Good morning -
I gave 0.1.173 from the 0.1.173-2 folder a try and the installation is
failing when trying to start the "virtio-win-guest-tools" service.
I tried multiple times and made sure I have administrative rights but can't
get it to work. I rebooted and tried again and that didn't help.
The system is 2012 R2 fully patched.
Thank you for all your hard work!
How can I bond one network interface to another using the SDK. I am try to perform the task in java but I'm unsure in what context I can find the utilities that will do this task.
The task can be performed in the OVM UI after a host has been initialised. By navigating from the side bar Compute -> Hosts -> (Select Host) -> (Host tabs) Network Interfaces ->
From here, click Setup Host Networks.
In the pop up you can select a network interface and drag it to another to create a bond between them.
How can I perform this step using the SDK. I am attempting to perform this in the context of a nicservice, found like this:
but I can't find any methods associated with the retrieved NIC or nicservice that seem relevant to my task.
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