After running through the new patch posted in BZ 1055153 I'm adding a
second host to the hosted-engine cluster but it seems to fail right before
[ ERROR ] Failed to execute stage 'Closing up': [ERROR]::oVirt API
connection failure, [Errno 1] _ssl.c:492: error:14090086:SSL
routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed
Couple Extra Notes:
Engine has a custom SSL cert but the CA has been trusted by the new host.
When I temporarily return the engine's SSL back to the default generated
one the install will succeed.
Setup logs: http://www.fpaste.org/72624/13909770/
What confuses me is:
curl https://engine.example.net with the custom SSL cert will succeed but
with the original self-signed gives the expected "insecure" message. What
criteria need to be met so the install will pass?
Hello ovirt users. New to ovirt and having troubles.
Trying to setup a dedicated ovirt engine host and use a separate, exiting CentOS 6.5 host to run some guests as a node.
When I tried to add the host, it recognizes it but throws errors of:
Host x is installed with VDSM version (<UNKNOWN>) and cannot join cluster Default which is compatible with VDSM versions [4.13, 4.9, 4.11, 4.12, 4.10].
In reading some google searches, suggestion was to first run "vdsClient -s 0 getVdsCaps". This returns "Failed to initialize storage" for any vdsClient command.
I'm looking to run this host with it's local storage. I've tried to add a local storage path on the host via ovirt of "/data/images" but it seems to have no effect.
Any help appreciated.
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I'm about to hack engine db to remove a gluster volume and I'd like
someone to advise me on this. The environment is in production, I've
backed up the db and I'm planning to remove every entry I can find of
the volume (host members, cluster, etc) but I found that there's no
clusters table (and I need to remove a cluster that no longer exists
after a force remove of the DC but somehow the volume still is attached
I'll try IRC also to see if someone can give me a hand.
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I'm putting vdsm on a host that is also managed by puppet.
I'm tracing some of my troubles to the fact that puppet stepped on some sudoers config done by vdsm.
Is it possible to re-run the setup scripts for vdsm to regenerate the sudoers changes?
I am doing a POC of RHEV 3.2 VDI for a customer. Their users are located in an IPA server, and
RHEV and IPA has been connected using rhevm-manage-domains.
During the POC we discovered that users which have expired password cannot log on. They receive an
Incorrect password error message.
1. They should at least receive a Your password has expired error instead of the Incorrect
password error message as this is confusing for the user.
2. This creates a problem, as every time a password is reset in IPA, it's automatically set to be
expired so the user will change password at next logon.
Is there a way around this?
I would like to see the user being able to log on the User Portal with the expired password, and
then he will be asked to change his password as usual once he's logging into his Linux VDI