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Da: Johnny Hughes <johnny(a)centos.org>
Date: ven 16 ago 2019 alle ore 03:49
Subject: [CentOS-devel] SIG Content to remove for the 7.7.1908 release
To: CentOS-Devel <centos-devel(a)centos.org>
For all the c7 SIGs, if you have content that you want removed (to make
inactive) when we create the new 7.7.1908 tree, please let me know here
what needs to be removed.
If all files in a specific directory can be removed, you can just list
You will also obviously need to make any changes to your
centos-release-* files to remove those file locations from your repos.
After we release 7.7.1908 .. we will copy over the SIG directories prune
the SIG content. The http://mirror.centos.org/centos/7/<repo>/ paths
will then be shifted to the new 7.7.1908 tree.
I expect that some time early next week we will release the CR content
.. with the full release coming 7 to 14 days after that .. so full
release likely some time between 29 August to 6 September 2019.
If you don't tell us to remove content, we will move everything over as is.
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I have taken the snapshot of a virtual machine using rest API. I attached the disk to another backup vm in oVirt.
1) Is it possible using php to copy the backup of Virtual Machine to another storage .
2) How can i access a backup virtual machine in oVirt using bash script.
Is it possible using some scripting language .Any reference to some script would be helpful.
Thanks and regards,
Midhun Raj S
Engine failed for me twice on the manual job  with same error:
2019-08-08 14:47:01,737-04 ERROR
[org.ovirt.engine.core.bll.AddVmFromScratchCommand] (default task-1)
[390ae6e8-8047-40d3-bb6f-f5e57418320d] Error during ValidateFailure.:
This is for a patch  that changes the PKCS#12 files in the engine
CA. I can't see how this patch can cause this failure, and if it can,
how come things do not fail earlier (e.g. when first opening the file
or whatever). Can someone please have a look? Thanks.
I'll now rebase the patch a third time and run the manual job, just in
case it's an unrelated problem that's already fixed...