On 05/11/2014 11:59 PM, Felipe Herrera Martinez wrote:
I haven't seen any fix on this. I would be more than interested
to know the fix if any.
I have posted a change in this regard to the ovirt engine
send the login request always. This change was merged to the master
branch of ovirt engine. (for ovirt 3.5)
Additionally I made a second change to vdsm that it decides when to
forward the login request when the guest agent is responsive. This
change is currently still pending.
I am sorry that I did not respond to you mail. I was rather immediately
taking an action to having this addressed as this was the second time
somebody mentions this limitation.
Unfortunately there's no real quick fix at the moment where I am certain
that it works. In theory it should be enough to have an uninstall
application entry in the registry for the RHEV Agent, however this is
not a good thing and therefore I went with a different solution to avoid
such kind of problems in future.
Thanks in advance,
On May 11, 2014, at 11:15 PM, Itamar Heim wrote:
> On 04/29/2014 07:40 PM, Felipe Herrera Martinez wrote:
>>> On the case I'll be able to create an installer, what is the name of the
Application need to be there, in order to ovirt detects that Ovirt Guest agent is
>>> I have created an installer adding OvirtGuestService files and the Product
Name to be shown, a part of the command line post installs..
>>> I have tried with "ovirt-guest-agent" and "Ovirt guest
agent" Names for the application installed on Windows 7 guest and even both are
presented on ovirt VM Applications tab,
>>> on any case LogonVDScommand appears.
>>> There is other option to make it work now?
>>> Thanks in advance,
>> Users mailing list
> i didn't see a reply to this. I think the validation for guest agent to be
installed was removed recently though.
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