El 7/4/21 a las 9:27, Yedidyah Bar David escribió:
On Wed, Mar 24, 2021 at 12:07 PM Nicolás <nicolas(a)devels.es>
> I'm restoring a full ovirt engine backup, having used the --scope=all
> option, for oVirt 4.3.
> I restored the backup on a fresh CentOS7 machine. The process went well,
> but when trying to log into the restored authentication system I get the
> following message which won't allow me to log in:
> The provided authorization grant for the auth code has expired.
> What does that mean and how can it be fixed?
Can you please check also this thread:
What version was used for backup, and what version for restore?
For backup, version 184.108.40.206-1.el7 of ovirt-engine-tools-backup was used.
For restore, version 220.127.116.11-1.el7 of ovirt-engine-tools-backup was used.
Did you have a 3rd-party CA cert installed?
I am using a custom LetsEncrypt certificate in apache. I have this
certificate configured in httpd and ovirt-websocket-proxy, but it's
exactly the same certificate I have configured in the oVirt installation
that was backed up (as I understand it, it's not the same case than the
one described in the link - I might be wrong). So I copied the same
certificate on the other side too.
Please verify that it was backed up and restored correctly, or
reinstalled after restore.
As per the logs, both processes were ended correctly, no errors showed
up. I also run the 'engine-setup' command on the restored machine, and
it ended with no errors/warnings.
I'm attaching a engine.log of the restored node in case it helps, from
the moment I restart the engine and try to log in.
Thanks for any help regarding this, as I can't figure out what else
could be happening.
Good luck and best regards,