On Wed, Jun 20, 2018 at 9:55 AM Yedidyah Bar David <didi(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Wed, Jun 20, 2018 at 9:53 AM, Yedidyah Bar David
> On Wed, Jun 20, 2018 at 1:21 AM, Nir Soffer <nsoffer(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>> I'm trying to add a host running Fedora 28 to engine 4.2, and
>> fails with:
>> 2018-06-20 01:14:26,137+0300 DEBUG otopi.context
>> method exception
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "/tmp/ovirt-Z5BGYej3Qa/pythonlib/otopi/context.py", line 133,
>> 84, in _packages
>> File "/tmp/ovirt-Z5BGYej3Qa/pythonlib/otopi/packager.py", line 102,
>> raise NotImplementedError(_('Packager install not implemented'))
>> NotImplementedError: Packager install not implemented
>> 2018-06-20 01:14:26,138+0300 ERROR otopi.context
>> Failed to execute stage 'Environment packages setup': Packager install
>> Do we have a way to workaround this?
> Which version of otopi?
The version found on Fedora 28, using ovirt-release-master repos.
> Gal (added) is currently working on fedora/python3 support for the stuff
> we (integration-development team) maintain, including otopi. Several
> relevant patches were merged in recent weeks, please update.
> That said, I still do not consider fedora 28/python 3 "supported" -
> in particular, I have no idea what the status of host-deploy is.
I don't need supported version, its for development.
>> I must have a host when I can build and test virt-v2v upstream from
>> and virt-v2v requires python 3.
> Must it have /usr/bin/python be python3?
No, /usr/bin/python should be python 2.
>> So I need some workaround to get the host
>> connected to engine.
> Must this be on fedora?
> You can have python 3(.4) on el7 from epel.
virt-v2v requires python 3.6.
> You can have even newer ones from SCL.
Do you have more details on this?
> If you do want/need fedora, please update to latest otopi
> on your engine machine, make sure the bundle is updated, e.g. by
> rm /var/cache/ovirt-engine/ovirt-host-deploy.tar
> Then try to add the host, and share the host-deploy log. Thanks.
Only after replying noticed you mention "4.2". Sorry.
We have no plans to support fedora/python3 in 4.2.
You can try master, see above.
Ok, thanks, will try with master.