[Users] oVirt Node 3.0.3-1 for oVirt 3.3 release

Douglas Schilling Landgraf dougsland at redhat.com
Mon Dec 2 16:00:21 UTC 2013

Hello Paul,

On 12/02/2013 02:29 AM, Paul Jansen wrote:
> Replying to my own message here.
> I've just tried to install this latest oVirt node image again and made
> notes where it fell over.
> At the 'Keyboard layout selection' screen I press enter to select the
> default 'US English' option.
> After a few seconds delay I then get this error screen:
> An exception occurred
> 'other'
> <close>
> After pressing close I'm then back at the 'Keyboard layout selection'
> screen.
> If I then press enter on 'US international' then tab down to the option
> to continue I can make my way to the screen where I have to enter the
> password for the admin user.  After continuing from there I immediately
> get an error on the install progress screen - at the 40% point.
> The error reads:
> Exception:
> Value Error ('invalid literal for int() with base10: ''",)
> <reboot>
> I just tried another install and this time selected 'US International'
> first time from the 'Keyboard layout selection' screen.

Thanks for your report, I have faced this bug also and I have opened a 
bug for it, fell free to help us sharing your thoughts there too for Fabian.

cannot install ovirt-node-iso-3.0.2-1.0.0.vdsm.fc19.iso

> On Friday, 29 November 2013 10:57 PM, Paul Jansen <vlaero at yahoo.com.au>
> wrote:
> Fabian,
> I've downloaded the
> ovirt-node-iso-3.0.3-1.1.vdsm.fc19.iso
> <http://resources.ovirt.org/releases/3.3/iso/ovirt-node-iso-3.0.3-1.1.vdsm.fc19.iso>
> image and have tried installing it on two separate machines.
> Whether I do a regular install (default boot screen option) or choose
> 'reinstall' from the troubleshooting menu I get tripped up at the same spot.
> When it comes time to select a keyboard layout (I think this is correct)
> US English is the default.  I press enter at that point and after a
> short delay there is a very uninformative error message that appears.  I
> can't remember what it is off the top of my head and the systems are at
> work (I'm at home now).
> After this point I can continue but the install fails immediately after
> I get past the install target selection screen.
> Has anyone successfully installed a node using this iso image?
> I even tried removing partitions from the drive beforehand, to the point
> of dd'ing the first 512 bytes to make sure there was no partition table.
> This didn't help - I still ran into the install error described above.
> I particularly wanted to try an FC19 based node to try out live storage
> migration on NFS, as I was having problems with the EL6.4 node with this.
> Is there a chance that that issue might be resolved for EL6 based nodes
> by an upcoming  new EL6.5 based node spin?
> Sorry I cannot provide the exact error details for the install issue
> now, but I can get the error detail in the next couple of days if required.
> Thanks,
> Paul
> This time the install seems to work.
> Unfortunately when it comes up the SSH service doesn't seem to be
> working.  When I try and ssh to the machine I get the following:
> Read from socket failed: Connection reset by peer
> The above was after configuring the node for an Ovirt engine, accepting
> the certificate and entering a password.
> The ovirt web GUI shows this node as non responsive.
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