I installed an SSL cert from a public CA (Let's Encrypt) on my engine,
That gets the regular web UI working, but I can't upload an ISO. I
assume that I need to do something with the imageio-proxy service on the
engine, but not sure what... I tried replacing imageio-proxy.cer and
imageio-proxy.key.nopass, but that didn't work.
I'm trying to avoid ever needing to install a special CA cert in
Chris Adams <cma(a)cmadams.net>
after a blackout one host of my ovirt not working properly. I tried to Reinstall it but ends with the following error "Failed to install Host ov1. Failed to execute stage 'Closing up': Failed to start service 'vdsmd'." I tried to start manually but it not start .
Now, I would like to reinstall from iso ovirt node.
After I put the host is in maintenance must I remove host from the cluster (Hosts -> host1 -> Remove) or I can reinstall without remove it?
If I remore it from the cluster the network configurations I lose them or not?
My ovirt version is oVirt Engine Version: 188.8.131.52-1.el7.centos.
i installed a new oVirt 4.3.4 from scratch and am attempting to restore the VMs which ran perfectly fine on my last oVirt 4.2.8, where i exported the VM to the export domain and also as an OVA file.
Importing the export domain fails, which i plan to debug later.
But importing the OVA file via the Administration Portal also fails with
Error ID: 1153
Message: Failed to import the VM to Data Center, Cluster.
The VM name is still recognised by the import routine, which tells me the file is readable...
Now my questions:
Is there any option to try the same from CLI, hoping to get better clues for what is going on?
Are there specific log options which could give some clues?
Would it be better in general to import the VM from an export-storage domain instead of using a OVA export?
Any hint would highly appreciated.
Where did you read that?
It seems I can't find such statement in the web.
Strahil NikolovOn Jun 26, 2019 11:52, wodel youchi <wodel.youchi(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Le dim. 23 juin 2019 à 17:06, wodel youchi <wodel.youchi(a)gmail.com> a écrit :
>> Could someone explain the 12 nodes limitation when installing oVirt Hyperconverged?
>> Our client has 16 nodes, can we use them on a hyperconverged installation? for example creating two clusters, one with 9 nodes and the second with 6 nodes.
I am installing ovirt 4.2 on three nodes. I am using centos with ovirt cockpit. My /sdb is my boot disk and /sda is my local storage,
When I started the setup with cockpit I selected the sda but the ansible script stay on sdb. I have fix all changing the playbook manually but in the execution the gdeploy tool stay blocked on TASK [Create Physical Volume] .
I don't find any logs. How I can fix that?
Maybe I am something wrong, but spice console seem to be very laggy and
slow for windows 10 vms. I have tried both qxl and qxl-dod drivers, but no
luck so far...
As a notice, the Win 2012R2 vm console is running fine, the problem seems
to only affect Windows 10.
Any ideas, what should I do to sort this out ?
Thank you very much !
Best regards, Leo David
I'm setting up a 3 node cluster with the ovirtnode iso and a seperate
server with the engine on and a synology for nfs storage.
I have done my configuration and I'm able to mount the share manually on
the node with a command. Also on the server with the engine on I can mount
it manually. But when I want to do it through the webinterface to add a
data domain it say the permissions are wrong.
Any idea's on how to figure this out ?
On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 11:57 PM Hetz Ben Hamo <hetz(a)hetz.biz> wrote:
> One of the requirements is USB host support (which will be on the nodes,
> not on the desktops). I haven't found any way to connect USB to a VM other
> then through SPICE, but this method won't help as these dongles won't be on
> Is this in the road map of oVirt?
Did you try Compute > Virtual machines > vm-name > Host devices?