[Users] [ovirt test day 3] DWH installation
sbonazzo at redhat.com
Fri Mar 7 02:55:23 EST 2014
For test day 3 I've tested DWH installation.
first step, getting info on how to install it:
gone to ovirt.org, followed "Start using oVirt now", there's no clue about DWH or reports there or a link to what's next basic oVirt engine setup.
gone to http://www.ovirt.org/File:OVirt-3.0-Installation_Guide-en-US.pdf no clue about DWH existence
gone to http://www.ovirt.org/OVirt_3.4_Test_Day no clue on how to test it
using search lead to the following pages but no instructions on how to setup it there:
Not opening a BZ because Yaniv told me he's aware of the issue and will update the wiki starting next week.
second step, installation with:
# yum install ovirt-engine-dwh
Install Data Warehouse on this host (Yes, No) [Yes]: Yes
selected local database, automatic provisioning
just installed usage experience: I've installed DWH, now what?
connected to the web application, looking for DWH info: nothing on the webapp
followed guide link: leads to http://www.ovirt.org/Documentation
no clue there, so followed Guide to oVirt features which land to http://www.ovirt.org/OVirt_3.0_Feature_Guide which is outdated
Not sure if open a BZ about above or if it will be fixed as part of the wiki update.
installed reports for seeing stats collected by DWH:
opened Bug 1073340 - traceback looking at system dashboard on a cleanly installed system
That said, once added an host and created a VM everything looks working fine on both Fedora 19 and CentOS
I wasn't able to test it on Gentoo because snmp4j failed to build due to unmappable ascii encoding (I'm using italian locale)
Not opened a BZ on gentoo bugzilla since it comes from an experimental overlay
Second test, install with remote DB:
needed to use ovirt-3.4-snapshot instead of ovirt-3.4.0-prerelease for having the fixes on remote DB setup
hit Bug 1067548 - [DWH-SETUP][TEXT] - misconfiguartion of remote DB setup
note that also report is affected by the same issue
other than that it seems to work fine on Fedora 19 and CentOS.
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