I've run into some disturbing situation recently with my production
Planned an upgrade for one of my vm's app, so i've took live snapshot,
did application upgrade. Upgrade went fine, so I had no need in taken
snapshot - I've shutdown vm and deleted snapshot via admin interface.
When task was completed (took about 40mins) I've tried to start vm - but
its OS didnt start - "no boot disk found". Disks tab in admin interface
shows 'actual size' = 1Gb, fdisk from livecd shows no partitions at all.
It seems snapshot removal somehow corrupted vms disk.
What went wrong and how to avoid this in future? logs in attach
Storage domain type is FC
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I'm using ovirt live as a test framework for some Android SPICE client
work I'm doing and I have a couple of questions:
- My oVirt live distro is installed on-disk, and I'm able to get it up
and running with an engine-cleanup, some manual rm's, and an
engine-setup. However, when I reboot, the "local_host" host is in a
failed state and refuses to be resurrected no matter what. Is there a
way to get around that somehow?
- My second question is, where do I have to tweak to make all the
cores available on the "local_host" host? At the moment, engine-setup
automatically sets it to have only 1 core, and it has 8.
Any help is much appreciated, and thanks in advance!
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I've an ovirt 3.2 install and I use iscsi targets for the disks. The
thing is that if I use ovirt to access the iscsi targets, it fails
because it doesn't get the right config deployed to the hosts. Thus I
had to do this manually and add the "private" header to the
multipath.conf file so ovirt doesn't overwrite it's contents. I also use
alias for the luns and they also get wiped out.
Is there a file I can set in the engine so my config can be centralized
again and don't have to propagate every change manually to every host?
Little over a year ago Fedora introduced alternative bonding driver
for network devices - libteam: https://fedorahosted.org/libteam/
Can we expect libteam support in ovirt at the same level as for "bond"
driver? Currently, libteam bonded interfaces are not visible in
"Setup Host Networks" dialog.
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i run a fully subscribed rhev 3.2 cluster, meaning rhev-m + rhev-h nodes.
but, as most or all of you might understand it whould be wishable to use
the free opensourced version for a extra pair of hostsystems which will be
used as lab / testing envirement before live deploy of our stuff.
so, anyone got experienice in compatibility of ovirt-node images and rhev-m
(3.2 in my case). does this simply work?
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Thank you for responding. The only machine i have is my Windows 7 pc (Intel i7, 16Gb ram). I'm running the manager in Virtualbox and want to run the hypervisor in Virtualbox or VMware Workstation, just for study purposes. I'm using RHEL6 for the manager and wanted to use it for the Hypervisor as well. So, unfortunatly i don't have an extra physical machine available.
>please note you replied me in private, so folks on the mailing list
>still replying to you don't have this info, and answering on a different
>i suggest replying to my question on the mailing list for clarification.
>> Best regards,
>>> ----Origineel Bericht----
>>> Van : iheim(a)redhat.com
>>> Datum : 30/10/2013 16:01
>>> Aan : rules(a)planet.nl
>>> Cc : users(a)ovirt.org
>>> Onderwerp : Re: [Users] Virtualized hypervisor?
>>> On 10/30/2013 12:12 AM, rules(a)planet.nl wrote:
>>>> Hi All,
>>>> my name is Peter van der Meulen from the Netherlands. I'm (self paced)
>>>> studying the RHEV guides and course material to take the RHEV
>>>> certifiation exam. Installing the RHEV manager is not a problem, the
>>>> hypervisor is, however, another story. I don't have a seperate physical
>>>> machine for the hypervisor. I was told that it is possible to install
>>>> the RHEV hypervisor in a virtual machine using Ovirt kernel modules.
>>>> Could someone point me towards documentation on this issue and what
>>>> kernel modules to install? Thanks in advance!
>>>> Best regards,
>>>> Users mailing list
>>> which OS are you using?
>>> if you have a single physical box, you can try installing the allinone
>>> setup plugin rpm which will deploy host+engine on same box.
>>> Users mailing list