On 31. 10. 2021, at 2:02, Thomas Simmons <twsnnva(a)gmail.com>
I am running into the same issue while attempting a new install of oVirt 4.4 to replace
my hyperconverged 4.3 cluster. I am running into the issue on one of the inital steps
(yum/dnf install cockpit-ovirt-dashboard vdsm-gluster ovirt-host). After some digging, I
found that the version of libvirt that it's looking for (libvirt >= 7.6.0-2) is not
in the CentOS 8 Advanced Virt repo, but is only in the CentOS Stream Advanced Virt repo.
You can see here that libvirt 7.0.0-14.1 is the latest available in the CentOS 8 Advanced
However, the newer libvirt 7.6.0-2 is available in the 8-stream repo:
I don't know if there will be any ramifications down the road (I'm hoping there
will not be since Stream tracks just behind the next EL point release), however I was able
to get past the error by adding the 8-stream Advanced Virt repo to my systems by creating
the repo file below. It would be nice if a developer could respond and advise if this is a
"safe" solution, or if this is a known problem that they expect to address?
qemu/libvirt packages are now being pushed to Stream, CentOS is supposedly EOL in 2
months. Currently there's not much of a difference and if packages are installed
happily then it likely works just fine, but with the upcoming RHEL 8.5 release it is
unlikely CentOS would be updated to 8.5, so I'm afraid CentOS based systems won't
last for too long. It would be best to move to Stream entirely, or use ovirt-node (as a
snapshot of packages that work), or move to RHEL or RHEL clones.
name=Advanced Virtualization CentOS Stream testing packages for $basearch
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