If you are looking for oVirt Node 3.5, we will deliver the official ISO
as soon as the package which resolves the below bugzilla is available in
CentOS repo. The current version of nss-softokn package is affecting the
build of iso.
nss-softokn prevents dracut from building the initrd
I'm writing after a few weeks of trying to deploy the installation I had in
mind without success. I'm a newbie using orvit and my problem may sound odd
to some but I haven't been able to find a solution yet... I've searched all
I have a server with two NICs (em1 and em2) and I want to bond them for
load balancing. I installed oVirt 3.5.1 using the hosted-engine option with
CentOS 7 on the hosted-engine and the host, and gluster on the host for the
domain storage. Everything was fine during the installation and the system
seems to work properly. ovirtmgmt is linked to em1.
The problem is that now I can't bond em1 and em2 using the web GUI. I set
up the bonding manually, it works but vdsmd is not starting afterwards.
Should I have done the bond before installing oVirt? Is there any
workaround to bond my NICs so that oVirt can use them for load balance?
Shall I use other network setup for load balance (VLANs..)?
Thanks in advanced,
Carlos Ibrahim Arias
*Consultor & Ingeniero en Informática*
Braimtec - Smart IT
M: +34 600 457 497
we have a strange behavior within an oVirt cluster. Version is 3.5.1,
engine is running on EL6 machine and hosts are using EL7 as operating
system. The cluster uses a GlusterFS backed storage domain amongst
others. Three of four hosts are peers in the Gluster cluster (3 bricks,
When all hosts are restarted (maybe due to power outage), engine can't
activate them again, because Gluster probe fails. The message given in
"Gluster command [gluster peer node-03] failed on server node-03."
Checking Gluster peer and volume status on each host confirms that
Gluster peers are known to each other and volume is up.
node-03:~ $ gluster peer status
Number of Peers: 2
State: Peer in Cluster (Connected)
State: Peer in Cluster (Connected)
node-03:~ $ gluster volume status
Status of volume: glusterfs-1
Gluster process Port Online Pid
Brick node-01:/export/glusterfs/brick 49152 Y 12409
Brick node-02:/export/glusterfs/brick 49153 Y 9978
Brick node-03:/export/glusterfs/brick 49152 Y 10001
Self-heal Daemon on localhost N/A Y 10003
Self-heal Daemon on node-01 N/A Y 11590
Self-heal Daemon on node-02 N/A Y 9988
Task Status of Volume glusterfs-1
There are no active volume tasks
Storage domain in oVirt UI is fine (active and green) and usable. But
neither Gluster volume nor any brick is visible in UI.
If I try the command which is shown in UI it returns:
root@node-03:~ $ gluster peer probe node-03
peer probe: success. Probe on localhost not needed
root@node-03:~ $ gluster --mode=script peer probe node-03 --xml
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<output>Probe on localhost not needed</output>
Is this maybe just an engine side parsing error?
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I have created one vm in the ovirt successfully...it was working fine....i
login to it and download some httpd packages etc....after 5-10 min...it
stop receving the commands from SSH ...if nothing help then I power off the
machine… then power on again.. then the VM display the error that "boot
failed :- not a bootable disk"
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Even the disk is bootable...
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I try to change it several ways but still the VM can not up....
VDSM Logs :- http://ur1.ca/jk66n
So adding a new network was the way you went??On Jan 28, 2015 9:22 AM, Darrell Budic <budic(a)onholyground.com> wrote:
> 3.5.1. It’s really a “clean and tidy” thing now that I’ve got the network cleaned up, so not urgent but nice to have. Thanks for the info!
> > On Jan 28, 2015, at 4:05 AM, Dan Kenigsberg <danken(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> > On Wed, Jan 28, 2015 at 11:03:14AM +0200, Lior Vernia wrote:
> >> Hi Darrell!
> >> There's currently no clean way to do this - we'll be looking to fix this
> >> in 3.6 (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1055454).
> >> You haven't mentioned which version of oVirt you're running - if it's
> >> 3.4 or lower, I think it would suffice to change ifcfg files on your
> >> hypervisors and restart the network service. The network will then
> >> appear as out-of-sync in the GUI, but should be fully functional with
> >> MTU 1500. You'd also want the network configuration to be saved in case
> >> of future rollbacks - Dan, how would that be done?
> > up to 3.4, nothing else should be done (assuming the network config was
> > already declared "safe" and survived reboot). ifcfg is the only persistent copy.
> >> If you're running 3.5, I think you need to run some vdsm shell commands
> >> on the hypervisor as we've added an abstraction layer for configuration
> >> persistence above ifcfg files - again I'll ask Dan to chime in.
> > In 3.5 we've added a Vdsm-side persistent copy of the network,
> > which sits under /var/lib/vdsm/netconf/nets. You should edit the json
> > definitions therein in order to ensure proper network startup after
> > boot.
> >> As for getting the engine network configuration to MTU 1500 (for future
> >> hypervisor configuration and for networks to not appear as out-of-sync
> >> on existing ones) without taking down all the VMs (or hot-unplugging
> >> NICs) at one point - I don't think there's currently a way other than
> >> hacking the DB... Just leaving the network out-of-sync on the hosts
> >> could result in inconveniences later on when configuring host networking.
> >> Is it worth the trouble of getting MTU 1500 instead of 1448? I presume
> >> the difference in performance would be negligible. Or are you
> >> experiencing incoming frames being dropped due to having 1500 bytes
> >> instead of 1448?... Either way, as you mentioned taking down the VMs can
> >> be a last resort, or wait for 3.6 where it should be simpler :)
> >> Yours, Lior.
> >> On 27/01/15 19:43, Darrell Budic wrote:
> >>> I finally got a couple of networks our from behind a wan based layer 2 bridge that required me to run at MTU 1448, and would like to get back up to MTU 1500. I see the GUI won’t let me do that while the network is in use. Any way around this, clean or otherwise? Restarting VMs to update them is ok, just trying to avoid having to take everything down at the same time.
> >>> -Darrell
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