[ovirt-users] During Hosted Engine Deployment. CPU Type not listed as compatible. No selection to choose from.
stirabos at redhat.com
Tue May 17 20:38:11 UTC 2016
On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 7:49 PM, Langley, Robert
<Robert.Langley at ventura.org> wrote:
> Thank you, Simone.
> I am sorry. I made a mistake with the CPU type. I got the references mixed up.
> The one I'm having trouble with is the 2007 server with an Intel Xeon 5050 (Dell has it as a Dempsey in their hardware list for this server).
Ok, the issue is unfortunately simple here: on the lower-end we
support Intel Conroe Family but your CPU is older and doesn't match
the feature set to be detected as a Conroe CPU.
The cheapest option is trying to understand which CPU your server
mainboard can support (here some hint:
); if you server allows something newer, probably with a fistful of
dollars you could find it refurbished on eBay or similar.
> Virtualization Technology is Enabled in the BIOS and the BIOS is at the latest released version from 2013.
> I am attaching the logs that were requested.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Simone Tiraboschi [mailto:stirabos at redhat.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 12:31 AM
> To: Langley, Robert <Robert.Langley at ventura.org>
> Cc: users <users at ovirt.org>
> Subject: Re: [ovirt-users] During Hosted Engine Deployment. CPU Type not listed as compatible. No selection to choose from.
> On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 2:29 AM, Langley, Robert <Robert.Langley at ventura.org> wrote:
>> Host is a Dell PowerEdge 2950 with an Intel Xeon 5160 (Woodcrest) processor.
>> I’m stuck at the prompt, “Please specify the CPU type to be used by
>> the VM ” during the deployment.
>> There is nothing to select. No compatible CPU type is shown.
> Hi Robert,
> With that CPU you should be able to select 'Conroe'.
> I think it depends on how VDSM and libvirt see the CPU features.
> Can you please attach hosted-engine-setup and vdsm logs?
> In the mean time, can you please ensure that Virtualization Technology and XD/NX bit are on in the BIOS?
>> The server is from 2008 and I’m needing to use these older servers to
>> get started, before I can bring in the newer ones that are busy hosting VMs.
>> The other Dell PE 2950 is from 2007 and I was able to bring up the
>> engine on that one. It is a Conroe CPU. I won’t get into my mistake
>> with that deployment. I’m working on recovering from that one.
>> I wanted to post about this, because I was trying to add this one
>> (2008) as an additional host and it wouldn’t add, due to the processor.
>> So, one question (in addition to the problem above) is whether or not
>> I can use two hosts with two different processors for the hosted engine?
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