Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
The following is a new meeting request:
Organizer: "Vojtech Szocs" <vszocs(a)redhat.com>
Time: Monday, April 7, 2014, 3:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM GMT +01:00 Belgrade, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague
Invitees: users(a)ovirt.org; engine-devel(a)ovirt.org
we're planning to move oVirt UI to use REST API  and this session is the first step in our journey.
* Java SDK overview
* Future plans
Estimated duration: 2 hours
To join this meeting, dial into the Intercall bridge and use following conference code: 712 886 7405 #
PDF slides will be available on day of presentation.
Content-Type: text/calendar; charset=utf-8; method=REQUEST; name=meeting.ics
DESCRIPTION:The following is a new meeting request:\n\nSubject: oVirt JavaSc
ript SDK (Design Proposal) \nOrganizer: "Vojtech Szocs" <vszocs(a)redhat.com>
\n\nTime: Monday\, April 7\, 2014\, 3:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM GMT +01:00 Belgr
ade\, Bratislava\, Budapest\, Ljubljana\, Prague\n \nInvitees: users(a)ovirt.o
rg\; engine-devel(a)ovirt.org \n\n\n*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*\n\nHi guys\,\n\nwe're
planning to move oVirt UI to use REST API  and this session is the first
step in our journey.\n\nMake sure to join if you want to learn about our pla
ding API proposal\n* Future plans\n\nEstimated duration: 2 hours\n\nTo join
this meeting\, dial into the Intercall bridge and use following conference c
ode: 712 886 7405 #\nhttps://www.intercallonline.com/listNumbersByCode.actio
n?confCode=7128867405\n\nPDF slides will be available on day of presentation
Dear oVirt community,
next week is UI tech talk week! I've prepared two presentations:
Monday, April 7 - 3pm CET / 9am EST / 4pm TLV time
2, Writing UI plugin with AngularJS
Tuesday, April 8 - 3pm CET / 9am EST / 4pm TLV time
Of these two, the first one is really important, as it covers
The second one is recommended for anyone who wants to learn
about oVirt UI plugins, AngularJS and how they fit together.
I'll send an invitation for both presentations shortly.
PDF slides will be available on day of presentation.
On Wed 02 Apr 2014 04:48:12 PM IDT, Stefan Wendler wrote:
> On Wednesday 02 April 2014 16:16:34 Roy Golan wrote:
>> an upgrade to 3.3 should have run an upgrade script  and update all
>> vms with 6 to 0 (the new internal id of other)
>> can you run this sql  to see if it did ran?
>>  03_03_0660_alter_os_type_unassigned_to_other.sql
>>  psql engine engine -c "select * from schema_version where script
>> ilike '%unassigned%';"
> The query  returns "0 rows"
this upgrade is from 3.3.4 to 3.4 i think. did you ever upgraded from
3.2 to 3.3? if yes then we need that upgrade log.
more directions - did you anytime override the osinfo files or added
some custom ones? please paste the content of
if non of this has relevant results than its totally safe to run the
script above mentioned 
3.3.3 migrated to latest stable 3.4.0
3 nodes F19
KVM Version:1.4.2 - 15.fc19
oVirt Engine Version: 3.4.0-1.fc19
Upgraded took place with 3 Vm up and 2 down: first upgraded engine,then
after freeing one node at a time node of and updating it.
After upgrade when I try to run any of the 2 powered down machines, I get
"VM ......... is down. Exit message: 'int' object has no attribute
I have a number of hosts already running SL6.5 and have been using
virt-manager with them for some time. All of the guests are by-id fiber
channel LUNs. I'm attempting to migrate from virt-manager to oVirt. I'll be
dropping my SAN array and migrating all of the LUNs to a gluster system,
which will be exporting the images to my blades over SCST or LIO. FC is
what i already have and won't saturate my network as opposed to trying to
use the 1Gbs network cards. Gluster is being used for redundancy and
geo-replication, but not image hosting to the hosts.
Anyway, long story short. I'm having a difficult time finding documentation
on migrating from virt-manager to oVirt. As well as installing ovirt-nodes
manually. I'd love to find this perfect world where I can just install the
ovirt-node RPMs on my already running Hosts and begin to have them managed
by the oVirt engine. Without and serious downtime.
Any suggestions or pointers to documentation would be great. Even comments
as to making this transition smoother or approaching it differently are
The oVirt team is pleased to announce that the 3.3.5 Release Candidate is now
available for testing.
Release notes for this update and detailed installation instructions
are available on the wiki .
Feel free to join us testing it !
A new oVirt Node build will be available soon as well.
Better technology. Faster innovation. Powered by community collaboration.
See how it works at redhat.com
today I upgraded from 3.3.4 to 3.4 aus discribed in the release notes. Then
executed "engine-setup" which finished without error.
Though I can see the running VMs in the according tab on each node (Hosts ->
Node -> Tab: Virtual Machines) I don't see anything in the "Virtual Machines"
tab (System-> Virtual Machines). It just keeps loading forever. So currently I
cannot view any VM that just has been created or is stopped.
Is this a bug or did I miss something?
I'm trying oVirt allinone version 3.3.3 and after the upgrade to 3.4.0
the virtual machines do not start using spice client (linux or
I'm using centos 6.5.
The message displayed is "unable to connect to server console.vv graphics."
Can someone help me?