We are running oVirt 4.0.5 and we have OVN working to provide a Virtual
Layer 2 network. We are noticing that because the OVN is using Geneve and
between all the firewalls and networks it crosses we are running into an
MTU issue. What is the best suggested way to lower say the entire OVN
network to say MTU of 1400, and also allow for fragmenting packets?
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While using this tool I try to do search and got some link (user ovirt mail
links) where problem is already discussed.
But when I try to open those link it not visible.
Can some one help me to know how to view previous mail discussion ?
Hi All, there is an engine config option named EventProcessingPoolSize:
default value is 10.
I am wondering how to determine what it is and if the setting is right
for my setup.
I have around 36 dc's at the moment with two hosts running between 2 -3
should this value be increased?
Following last announcement on the manual build from patch job , we got
some feedback and
requests from developers on ability to improve the flow of building
artifacts from a patch.
I'm happy to announce that after some coding, the infra team was able to
add a new feature
to the 'standard CI' framework, that will allow any oVirt project to build
rpms from any VERSION or OS DISTRO using a single comment in the patch.
Full details can be found on the new oVirt blog 'ci please build' , but
to give the TL;DR version here,
All you have to do is write '*ci please build*' on a comment and CI will
trigger a job for you with new RPMs (or tarballs).
The projects which already have this feature enabled are:
Adding new project is a single line of code in the project YAML file and
its fully described on the blog post , so feel free to add your project
So let the builds roll...
EMEA ENG Virtualization R&D
Red Hat Israel
irc: eedri (on #tlv #rhev-dev #rhev-integ)
Last Friday I started a job to add 1 new disk to each of 4 VMs - total
of 4 disks each 100G.
It seems to still be running, but no host shows an obvious IO load.
Adding Disk (hour glass)
-> Validating (green check mark)
-> Executing (hour glass)
->-> Creating Volume (green check mark)
I checked in with:
and it didn't show anything interesting.
The VMs themselves show the disks are there, but the VMs are still
locked by the disk processes.
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
I thougt it was possible to upload an iso to ovirt 4 now. But for some
reason I didn't manage to do it. If I try to upload a iso in the disk
section ov the gui, I'm always getting the following message:
Make sure ovirt-imageio-proxy service is installed and configured, and
ovirt-engine's certificate is registred as a vailid ca in the browser.
ovirt-image-io-proxy is installed. Already rerun engine-setup... But still
the image get's paused when I try to upload it... Any ideas?
I've seen some of the cool stuff coming with OVN and even a co-worker has
done some great things with it. However I was wondering if anyone had
experience with Cumulus as the external provider for networks.
It's just a "weekend project" I'm picking up and thought to ask on the
list. I've not found other posts on it yet but will continue to look.
I've just made a fresh lab with the latest and greatest oVirt on CentOS 7.
Thanks to all and a happy holiday season ( if you're into the holiday thing