[ovirt-users] Auto-SOLVED, but read anyway : Invalid status on Data Center. Setting status to Non Responsive.

Nicolas Ecarnot nicolas at ecarnot.net
Wed May 14 14:33:09 UTC 2014

Le 14/05/2014 15:36, Giorgio Bersano a écrit :
>> Following the URL above and the BZ opened by the user
>> (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1072900), I see this has been
>> corrected in 3.4.1. What gives a perfectly connected NFS export domain, but
>> empty?
> Hi,
> sorry for jumping late on an old thread, I'm the one reporting that bug.
> I have two things to say:
> - taking advantage of a rare opportunity to turn off my production
> cluster I put it back in that critical situation and I can confirm
> that with oVirt 3.4.1 the problem has been solved.
>> PS : I see no 3.4.1 update on CentOS repo.
> - me too, until I installed ovirt-release34.rpm (see
> http://www.ovirt.org/OVirt_3.4.1_release_notes ). All went smooth
> after that.
> Best Regards,
> Giorgio.

Thank you Giorgio for taking the time to reply on this.

In the end, I understand I have to upgrade, and I will.

To the whole team :
Looking at the rpm installed on my two oVirt setups, I see that the 
installed packages are :

ovirt-release-el6-8-1.noarch (on CentOS 6.4)
ovirt-release-el6-10.0.1-3.noarch (on CentOS 6.5)

The OS are CentOS
A "yum search" is showing me that ovirt-release.noarch is available.
How do these packages differ?
Can I install the ovirt-release.noarch instead of the packages above?
Are they aliases?

Nicolas Ecarnot

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