I am still troubleshooting the issue, I haven’t found any resolution to my issue at this point yet. I need to figure out by this Friday otherwise I need to look at Xen or another solution. iSCSI and oVIRT seems problematic.


Devin Acosta
Red Hat Certified Architect, LinuxStack 

On July 16, 2017 at 11:53:59 PM, Vinícius Ferrão (ferrao@if.ufrj.br) wrote:

Have you found any solution for this problem?

I’m using an FreeNAS machine to server iSCSI but I’ve the exactly same problem. I’ve reinstalled oVirt at least 3 times during the weekend trying to solve the issue.

At this moment my iSCSI Multipath tab is just inconsitent. I can’t see both VLAN’s on “Logical networks” but only one target shows up on Storage Targets.

When I was able to found two targets everything went down and I needed to reboot the host and the Hosted Engine to regenerate oVirt.


On 11 Jul 2017, at 19:29, Devin Acosta <devin@pabstatencio.com> wrote:

I am using the latest release of oVIRT 4.1.3, and I am connecting a Dell Compelent SAN that has 2 fault domains each on a separate VLAN that I have attached to oVIRT. From what I understand I am suppose to go into “iSCSI Multipathing” option and add a BOND of the iSCSI interfaces. I have done this selecting the 2 logical networks together for iSCSI. I notice that there is an option below to select Storage Targets but if I select the storage targets below with the logical networks the the cluster goes crazy and appears to be mad. Storage, Nodes, and everything goes offline even thought I have NFS also attached to the cluster.

How should this best be configured. What we notice that happens is when the server reboots it seems to log into the SAN correctly but according the the Dell SAN it is only logged into once controller. So only pulls both fault domains from a single controller. 

Please Advise.


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