Nice! Finally no sad face anymore:)
I am testing centos 7.2, with foreman 1.11
Testing now with unattended installations on multiple vms. Works like a
Later will try on baremetals.
I need to learn how to write templates.
Den 30 maj 2016 22:22 skrev Arman Khalatyan <arm2arm(a)gmail.com>:
Sorry for the previous empty email.
I was testing foreman plugins for ovirt deploy. They are some how broken.
foreman-install --enable-ovirt-provisioning-plugin breaks the foreman
installation. I need to dig deeper:(
Don't know what distribution you're using but setting all up manually
showed me that Foreman needs to be at at least 11 for the plugin to work.
Otherwise it behaved in the same way for me; all fine and well until the
provision plugin was installed and then *sadface* :)
Get Foreman up to version 11 and you'll be fine, is my guess.
Am 28.05.2016 4:07 nachm. schrieb "Yaniv Kaul" <ykaul(a)redhat.com>:
> On Sat, May 28, 2016 at 12:50 PM, Arman Khalatyan <arm2arm(a)gmail.com>
>> Thank you for the hint. I will try next week.
>> Foreman looks quite complex:)
> I think this is an excellent suggestion - Foreman, while may take a
set up, will also be extremely useful to provision and manage not
only hosts, but VMs later on!
> >> I would prefer simple Python script with 4 lines: add, install, setup
networks and activate.
> You can look at ovirt-system-tests , the testing suite for oVirt, on
code for the above.
>> Am 27.05.2016 6:51 nachm. schrieb "Karli Sjöberg"
>>> Den 27 maj 2016 18:41 skrev Arman Khalatyan <arm2arm(a)gmail.com>:
>>> > Hi, I am looking some method to automate the host deployments in a
>>> > Assuming we have 20 nodes with centos 7 eth0/eth1
configured. Is it
possible to automate installation with ovirt-sdk?
>>> > Are there some examples ?
>>> You could do that, or look into full life cycle management with The
>>> > Thanks,
>>> > Arman.
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