On Mon, Jul 30, 2018 at 9:50 PM, Ravi Shankar Nori <email@example.com> wrote:
> Should mention that I am on Fedora 28
> On Mon, Jul 30, 2018 at 2:08 PM, Ravi Shankar Nori <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I pulled the latest mater rpms from nightly builds  and there seems to
>> be a issue running engine-setup.
>> engine-setup fails with message
>> [root@laptop ovirt-engine-master-new9]# engine-setup
>> ***L:ERROR Internal error: No module named 'async_tasks_map'
It's because we recently changed otopi to use python3 by default on fedora,
and engine-setup is broken. Fixing above error is probably easy, but then
you'll probably run into other errors.
To workaround this, for now, you can run it with:
Or, for a "permanent" solution,
mkdir -p /etc/otopi.env.d
echo 'OTOPI_PYTHON=/bin/python' > /etc/otopi.env.d/use-python2.
Adding Gal, who is working on python3/fedora support. Not sure about the
exact status right now. If it's expected to take more than a few days
until it's working at least for dev-env, perhaps we should default back
>> I had the same issue with dev env on master
>> Any ideas
>>  https://resources.ovirt.org/
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