On 04/13/2012 10:07 PM, Thomas Thompson wrote:
I have the stable 3.0 release from the ovirt site
(/release/stable/fedora/16) currently installed. I could upgrade to one
of the nightly builds if it's resolved there. I can always clonezilla
the current VMs and restore them on a fresh ovirt install, so I don't
need to keep the current setup as is. Actually, I'd like to get
ovirt-engine running on RHEL 6, so if the latest git builds there, I'll
pull that down. I tried building from the latest git source on 6 a few
days ago and the maven build ended w/ compile errors.
i think this will work for you, but you do need to remember nightly
builds are moving target wrt stability.
and that focus on upgrade flow will be from 3.0, rather than from some
OTOH, the ovirt engine rpms for fedora are just now ready, and
freeze/testing for 3.1 should start in a couple of weeks, so you may
want to try nightly after all to help the testing effort.
On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 12:45 PM, Itamar Heim <iheim(a)redhat.com
On 04/13/2012 06:30 PM, Thomas Thompson wrote:
Hello. I have a quick question regarding FreeIPA and oVirt.
Back at the end of Feb, there was some discussion on a bug w/ using
FreeIPA and oVirt (oVirt seeing the defaultnamingcontext
assuming it's AD rather than FreeIPA) on this list. I've run
with the oVirt and FreeIPA packages with Fedora 16. The thread
w/o a work-around, so I'm wondering if there's some progress on this
front. I need this since I want to provide SPICE based access
for a small set of users in a test deployment, and oVirt doesn't
way to add users outside of integration with a directory service
the issue was fixed in the main git. which version of the rpm's are
roy/oved/yair - any workaround (other than downgrading IPA)?