having a fedora 18 system configured as a node and working with a
local_storage DC/CLuster, I then created an iSCSI dc and cluster and
moved there the host
Then I configured a CentOS server as an iSCSI sw target.
But in admin portal the
section remains greyed out and I can't proceed.
I suspect I have to manually install/configure some prerequisites to
have the host work as iSCSI initiator....
Is it true?
What I have to do on host part (or engine part) if I have not a node
iso but a standard fedora 18 system as hypervisor?
Here what I see in new domain box:
My environnement is Fedora18 / Ovirt 3.2 and VDSM vdsm-4.10.3-6.fc18.x86_64.
I use a storage on fiber channel. When creating a VM the disk is created by
When starting the VM the disk has not the permission to be accessed by vdsm.
In fact the device for the disk has root:disks as owner/group.
Changing that by 36.36 permit the VM to start and work fine.
But snapshots do not work, and a reboot cause udev to remap the disk to
another /dev/dm-* device.
My fedora18 has selinux disabled.
On irc :
<apuimedo> vdsm/storage/blockSD.py: cmd = [constants.EXT_CHOWN,
<apuimedo> vdsm/storage/blockSD.py: self.log.error("failed to
chown %s", masterDir)
<apuimedo> vdsm/storage/fileUtils.py:def chown(path, user=-1, group=-1):
<apuimedo> vdsm/storage/fileUtils.py: os.chown(path, uid, gid)
<apuimedo> vdsm/storage/lvm.py: cmd = [constants.EXT_CHOWN,
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