Finally got the downgrades cleaned up and see this in the error log for
YumBaseError: [u'otopi-java-1.1.0-0.0.master.el6.noarch requires otopi =
Already have this installed:
Package matching otopi-1.1.0-0.0.master.el6.noarch already installed.
Checking for update.
On 11/26/13, 2:33 AM, "Sandro Bonazzola" <sbonazzo(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Il 25/11/2013 16:53, Karl Mozurkewich ha scritto:
> I¹m on Cent 6.4 and used the AIO rpm install.
> How do I upgrade to 3.2 then to 3.3? (engine-udgrade? Etc.)
For upgrading to 3.2 you'll need 3.2 stable repository.
So, first step is disable 3.3 / stable repository and enable 3.2:
name=Stable builds of the oVirt 3.2 project
Then "yum update ovirt-engine-setup" it should install
if you have already updated to 3.3.x please use distro-sync or downgrade
instead of update.
Then run engine-upgrade. This will upgrade your system to latest 3.2.
Once you've all working on 3.2, enable 3.3/stable repository, then just
"yum update ovirt-engine-setup" followed by engine-setup will upgrade to
> On 11/25/13, 4:25 AM, "Sandro Bonazzola" <sbonazzo(a)redhat.com>
>> Il 25/11/2013 03:30, Karl Mozurkewich ha scritto:
>>> Trying to upgrade from 3.1 to 3.3 and am running engine-setup, but
>>> bombing at the following:
>> just to be sure, are you on Fedora and just running yum upgrade from
>> 3.1 version provided by Fedora?
>> Because if you're not just updating rpms, the direct upgrade process
>> 3.1 to 3.3 through engine-setup is not supported.
>> In this case you should upgrade to 3.2 before upgrading to 3.3.
>>> [ INFO ] Stage: Setup validation
>>> During execution engine service will be stopped (OK, Cancel)
>>> [ ERROR ] Failed to execute stage 'Setup validation': Cannot get
>>> JAVA_HOME ()
>>> [ INFO ] Stage: Clean up
>>> Log file is located at
>>> [ INFO ] Stage: Pre-termination
>>> [ INFO ] Stage: Termination
>>> [ ERROR ] Execution of upgrade failed
>>> Should be a simple fix, but where does it get JAVA_HOME from? Setting
>>> it in the running shell doesn¹t work. (export JAVA_HOME, etc.) Also
>>> why it can¹t find it if the engine is currently workingŠ
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