I would like to install oVirt Node on a IBM Machine, but after the
installation it can not boot. I get the message:
"/boot/efi/..." file not found
I try many different things like turn of uefi options in bios etc. but with
Now I figure out that when I install full CentOS 7.3 from live DVD it just
Is there any workaround to get this to work?
After the reboot of a fresh install of ovirt node, the uefi boot
complains that :
Failed to open \EFI\centos\grubx64.efi
I have to reboot on the installation CD, get a shell from the rescue entry :
mount /tmp/sda1 /tmp/ovirt
cp /run/install/repo/EFI/BOOT/grubx64.efi /tmp/ovirt/EFI/centos/
And then the system boot
I have tried on two servers several times, always the same things
how can i find what happened ?
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can anyone give any pointer to deeper information about what in subject and
the value for "Num Of IO Threads" configuration, best practices and
I read also here:
but in some points it seems not so clear to me:
If a virtual machine has more than one disk, you can enable or change the
number of IO threads to improve performance.
Red Hat recommends using the default number of IO threads, which is 1.
There is also a note about deactivation and activation of disks: does it
mean that even if I poweroff the VM and change its config I have to make
this step after?
Anyone has run benchmarks?
Does it make sense if my VM has 3 disks to configure 6 IO threads for
Do IO threads map to SCSI controllers inside the guest or what?
Thanks in advance,
I'll be restarting several production systems today to perform planned
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I give a try to 4.2 alpha andit seems to be a regression with
registering a iscsi target as a storage domain.
I'm able to login to the target, but when selecting the lun, clicking on
OK does nothing else.
I tried with the same lun on 4.1 and it is ok.
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I'm trying to setup a lab for Ovirt 4.2 on VMware ESXi 6.5.
I checked "Expose hardware assisted virtualization to the guest OS" and "Enable
virtualized CPU performance counters" options to activate the nested
I installed Ovirt node and I try to setup a self hosted engine on it.
All pre-configrations were done successfully. But when arriving to step
"Running engine-setup on the appliance", the Hosted engine VM wouldn't
I open the VM console, it stuck a bios level. It display the following :
SeaBIOS (Version 1.10.2-3.el7_4.1)
Machine UUID ced5025d-eec1-458a-991c-cc3bba9392dd
Does anybody already encountered this issue? Is there any more parameters
to set in the ESXi for it to work?
Thanks for your help