Adding the oVirt infra list.
It might be useful to use it to manage the jenkins slaves that are running
on oVirt right now.
Not sure if we are guest agent installed on them right now, but this can
come in handy since we use puppet
to maintain oVirt infra.
On Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 8:16 AM, René Koch <rkoch(a)rk-it.at> wrote:
> As I'm trying to manage my infrastructure using puppet, I figured out that
> there's no puppet module available for installing and configuring
> ovirt-guest-agent (or at least I couldn't find one). So I created a module,
> which is tested on Debian 7/8 (please see Readme for limitations) and
> CentOS/Scientifc Linux/RHEL 6/7. Other operating systems will follow soon...
> If you're using puppet, feel free to test this module and leave me some
> Users mailing list
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irc: eedri (on #tlv #rhev-dev #rhev-integ)
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Following yesterday's pre-launch email, I'm happy to announce that
the new ovirt.org website is now live in **public beta** and
available for community review.
All the information in this email is also available in the first blog
post of our shiny new oVirt blog. Read on for information about new
features, known issues, and a call for reviews.
The old MediaWiki site is still available in read-only, and will be
taken offline on **March 1, 2016**. This is to ensure that you can
compare pages and review migrated content.
The new Website is full of improvements and enhancements, check out
* Source content is now formatted in Markdown instead of MediaWiki.
This means that you can create and edit documentation, blog posts, and
feature pages with the same Markdown syntax you know.
* The Website is deployed with Middleman and stored on GitHub. This
means that you can make changes to content with the same GitHub
contribution workflow that you know (fork, clone, edit, commit, submit
pull request). We even have an "Edit this page on GitHub" link at the
bottom of every page!
* New layout and design, from breadcrumbs to sidebards and an upgraded
landing page. (This is still WIP, please see known issues.)
* Automatic redirects from the old MediaWiki site. This means that if
the wiki page exists in the new website, previously-released URLs will
redirect to that page. If the page was removed, the Search page will
open with the page title auto-filled in the search box.
* Hierarchical content structure. This means that instead of flat
Wiki-style files, the deployed Website reflects an organized source
repo with content sorted into directories and sub-directories.
* Official oVirt blog! Our new blog welcomes contributions. This means
that if you solved a problem with oVirt, want to share your oVirt
story, or describe a cool integration, you can submit a pull request
with a blog post and we will provide editorial reviews and help
publish your posts.
* Standardized contribution process. The GitHub repo now includes a
README.md file that you can use to learn about how to add and edit
content on the website. We welcome pull requests!
Despite our best efforts, there are still a few kinks with the new
website that you should be aware of:
* Attempting to navigate to ovirt.org (without www.) leads to a
redirect loop. We have a ticket open with OpenShift, our hosting
service to fix this.
* Only http is available. We also have a ticket with OpenShift to add
SSL and enable https.
* Home page and Download page are still being upgraded by our UX
experts, expect some cool new changes soon!
* Feature pages look-and-feel is still under construction. You can
still edit and push feature pages as usual.
Even though the Website is live, the work is hardly over. We'd like to
ask for your help in:
* Reviewing content for anything obsolete or outdated (each page in
the new website includes a header toolbar with metadata from the
original wiki page for your convenience)
* Submitting blog posts or any other content that you wish to share
with the oVirt community
* Reporting bugs and proposing enhancements, for example broken links
or missing pages
We hope you will enjoy the new oVirt Website, looking forward to your
feedback and contributions!
Community Lead, oVirt
"To be is to do" (Socrates)
"To do is to be" (Jean-Paul Sartre)
"Do be do be do" (Frank Sinatra)
IRC: mariel / thatdocslady
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eyal edri [Administrator] created OVIRT-421:
Summary: checkout rhev_check3 as monitoring plugin for icingna for ovirt systems
Project: oVirt - virtualization made easy
Issue Type: Task
Reporter: eyal edri [Administrator]
I'm happy to announce version 1.5 of check_rhev3.
check_rhev3 is a monitoring plugin for Icinga/Nagios and it's forks, which is
used to monitor datacenters, clusters, hosts, vms, vm pools and storage domains
of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) and oVirt virtualization environments.
Download this plugin from: https://github.com/ovido/check_rhev3/releases/check_rhev3-1.5
For further information on how to install this plugin visit:
A detailed usage documentation can be found here:
- New features:
- Set cluster to warning if host is in maintenance mode instead of critical (Issue #27)
- New storage domain check: -s overall-usage (Issue #28)
- Display more detailed information of host and vm status (Issue #35)
- Wrong CPU Usage on hypervisor maintenance (Issue #26)
- Discrepancy in DataCenter Storage usage Output. (Issue #28)
- Wrong CPU value for vms (Issue #29)
- VM CPU usage graphs show values over 100% (Issue #33)
- Unsuccessful stat on filename containing newline (Issue #36)
- align behaviour for check_statistics cpu to memory (Issue #39)
If you have any questions or ideas, please drop me an email:
Thank you for using check_rhev3.
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On Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 10:15:01AM +0100, Gianluca Cecchi wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 12:42 PM, Mikey Ariel <mariel(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> > What is about to happen
> > =======================
> > Today we are initiating a **wiki freeze**, which means the old
> > MediaWiki site will become read-only. This is to ensure that all of
> > our diff scripts reflect the most current state of the content on the
> > website, and that we don't lose any content in the transition.
> > Barring any unexpected blockers, we will port the ovirt.org domain to
> > point to the new website and open the new website for contributions on
> > **Monday February 22** or earlier.
> Hello Mikey,
> it seems it has gone before the announced date...?
I also notice that HTTPS no longer serves the correct certificate and my
browser has cached the HTTP to HTTPS redirect meaning I always get a
It also looks like ovirt.org (without www) redirects to itself:
$ curl -s -I http://ovirt.org/ | grep 'Location'
otopi access lists have as unique member Alon Bar-Lev who recently
left the project.
Since I work a lot on engine-setup which is based on otopi, I have
some good experience with it, and also worked on otopi itself in the
past, I'm stepping in, proposing myself as maintainer for that