On Thu, Apr 22, 2021 at 7:58 AM Vojtech Juranek <vjuranek(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Wednesday, 21 April 2021 16:40:29 CEST Nur Imam Febrianto wrote:
> Set global maintenance and then turn off all vm, do yum update but it
> completed with failed. Am I missing something ?
can you share the details? What failed, wthat was the error?
I posted similar questions in the past about "yum update" not being
sufficient anymore to update a host, due to ansible managed tasks for this
now, directed form the engine itself.
So at the end in thi type of environments I decided to migrate to an
external engine that gives me less headaches to update.
I converted an HCI single host environment with gluster based storage
domains to another with external engine and the host, with "local on host"
ones, passing from xfs to ext4 and converting domains one by one, moving in
between the existing VMs.
I think there is no interest (because of not so much use case at the end
justifying the effort) in managing updates in SHE with only one host
It's a pity because at the beginning there was the all-in-one option, then
the SHE with HCI on one host and now nothing.
And if one wants to experiment / test / learn oVirt having only one server
it is not possible.