nsoffer at redhat.com
Sun Sep 4 20:49:35 UTC 2016
On Sun, Sep 4, 2016 at 11:14 PM, zero four <zfnoctis at gmail.com> wrote:
> As a prospective user of oVirt I have noticed quite a lot of glaring
> problems with the documentation, is it still being maintained? Since
> outdated or incomplete documentation is often worse than nothing, a possible
> solution would be to just link to the official Red Hat Virtualization
> Here are some examples I found after looking for less than 5 minutes:
> The top of this web page has two videos from 2012. The left one "oVirt Open
> Virtualization Basics -- Single Machine Install" is a guide for the all in
> one install. This is misleading as it no longer possible to perform an all
> in one install since 3.6, and in general it would appear the oVirt project
> does not support deploying oVirt to a single machine. The right video is a
> guide on creating VMs using the GUI from 2012 which has since changed.
> Overall both videos should be removed from the Documentation page as they
> only confuse and mislead new users. I, and I am sure many other users would
> greatly appreciate more current video guides.
> Under the notes for this there is the following passage:
> “Although hosted-engine and engine-setup use different wording for the admin
> password ("'admin at internal' user password" vs "Engine admin password"), they
> are asking for the same thing. If you enter different passwords, the
> hosted-engine setup will fail.”
> Why is the wording different? This appears to be entirely unnecessary, and
> also confusing as to why it is asking for the password a second time at all.
> After finishing the hosted engine deployment script the guide states:
> “After completing the OS installation on the VM, return to the host and
> continue. The installer on the host will sync with the VM and ask for the
> engine to be installed on the new VM:”
> It is unclear how you are expected to access the VM, is the Web UI up at
> this point? Do you need to use virsh to connect to the VM? The guide
> should be explicit.
> I. The documentation discusses Fedora 19, Fedora is currently on version 24
> and 19 is EOL.
> II. Under “Storage and Networking” there is no mention that oVirt requires
> at least 3 GlusterFS bricks to achieve quorum.
> III. Under “Virtual Machines” there is no mention of Windows 10, Fedora past
> version 20, or RHEL/CentOS 7.X.
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