Correct, this is exactly what I do/did.
I did “umount /mnt/rhevstore” but I mentioned NFS storage path in order to be
precise in description.
Thing is that I am able to mount it, as well as oVirt during Host provisioning.
I was even able to create VMs on it from same Hypervisor.
I also had this problem, the flood of warning messages
was most notably generated when showing all the VMs running from the admin
portal dashboard as we had 70 VMs running this generated the following but for
all 70 VMs. I was able to restart most of the
We checked that issue and found out that you are right and this extra
logging lines problem is caused by "next run configuration" improvements
added to oVirt 4.3.5.
The current behaviour is that for each running VM with next run
configuration existed, a warning line of "Field 'xxx' can
on the latest version of the oVirt-node install running nodectl
info gives the error
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/runpy.py", line 162, in _run_module_as_main
"__main__", fname, loader, pkg_name)
You should be able to use DISM to create a slipstream ISO then you could add
updates and drivers to this install media.
or use something like
Thanks for the feedback, I think my description was a bit clumsy, but at
least someone confirms that he has seen this...
I still hope it's linked to unfinished VM "Custom Compatibility Version"
updates, tomorrow I'll know, when I finally can do the last VM reboots.
My "Administration Portal" is
Hi I have linux VM with 2 disks one for OS is sparse the other is for a
Database and is Preallocated. When I take a snapshot of the VM both disks
change to sparse policy but the disks in the snapshot are 1 sparse and 1
allocated. Before the snapshot the VM was running fine, now it crashes when
> On 12 Aug 2019, at 15:05, Vinícius Ferrão wrote:
> Ralf, you can change CD on the Load Drivers section.
> Change for the oVirt Tools Disc, load the drivers and then change back to
you can also use emulate drivers during installation, e.g. in Run Once dialog
Ralf, you can change CD on the Load Drivers section.
Change for the oVirt Tools Disc, load the drivers and then change back to
It’s a bad workflow, I know. But it’s how I’m doing here. I agree that the
Windows Tools is not really friendly with oVirt.
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On 12 Aug
On Mon, Aug 12, 2019 at 3:25 PM Chris Adams wrote:
> I'm using ovirt-engine 184.108.40.206-1.el7. I installed the Metrics Store
> using this guide and its CentOS settings:
> I tried to set a static IP on the
I see only inconsistent VG errors...
Most probably it is CentOS specific.
Strahil NikolovOn Aug 13, 2019 12:03, Nardus Geldenhuys
> Hi There
> Hope you are all well. We got this weird issue at the moment. Let me explain.
> We are on ovirt 4.3.5. We use Centos 7.6 and
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