Re: [Users] What do you want to see in oVirt next?

2013-01-07 Thread Alex Leonhardt
Also, grouping (folders?) of VMs would be great to get a better overview in
the Virtual Machines section.

Alex


2013/1/7 Patrick Hurrelmann patrick.hurrelm...@lobster.de

 On 03.01.2013 17:25, Patrick Hurrelmann wrote:
  On 03.01.2013 17:08, Itamar Heim wrote:
  Hi Everyone,
 
  as we wrap oVirt 3.2, I wanted to check with oVirt users on what they
  find good/useful in oVirt, and what they would like to see
  improved/added in coming versions?
 
  Thanks,
  Itamar
 
  For me, I'd like to see official rpms for RHEL6/CentOS6. According to
  the traffic on this list quite a lot are using Dreyou's packages.
 
  But I'm really looking forward to oVirt 3.2 (reading all those commit
  whets my appetite) :)
 
  Regards
  Patrick

 And after thinking a bit more about it, this is what I like to see in
 addition:
 - clustered engine (eliminate this SPOF)
 - when FreeIPA is used for authentication, make use of its CA and
 generate certificates using ipa-getcert

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[Users] oVirt warning about memory usage

2013-01-07 Thread Alex Leonhardt
Hi,

just seen a memory usage warning in oVirt's Admin Interface saying the
available memory is below threshold of 1024MB - however - when I checked
the host, it had still 20GB left ?

See screenshot.

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Re: [Users] What do you want to see in oVirt next?

2013-01-07 Thread Koch (ovido)
Hi Alex,

You can already group VMs using tags or search filters...


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On Mon, 2013-01-07 at 09:16 +, Alex Leonhardt wrote:
 Also, grouping (folders?) of VMs would be great to get a better
 overview in the Virtual Machines section. 
 
 Alex
 
 
 
 2013/1/7 Patrick Hurrelmann patrick.hurrelm...@lobster.de
 On 03.01.2013 17:25, Patrick Hurrelmann wrote:
  On 03.01.2013 17:08, Itamar Heim wrote:
  Hi Everyone,
 
  as we wrap oVirt 3.2, I wanted to check with oVirt users on
 what they
  find good/useful in oVirt, and what they would like to see
  improved/added in coming versions?
 
  Thanks,
  Itamar
 
  For me, I'd like to see official rpms for RHEL6/CentOS6.
 According to
  the traffic on this list quite a lot are using Dreyou's
 packages.
 
  But I'm really looking forward to oVirt 3.2 (reading all
 those commit
  whets my appetite) :)
 
  Regards
  Patrick
 
 
 And after thinking a bit more about it, this is what I like to
 see in
 addition:
 - clustered engine (eliminate this SPOF)
 - when FreeIPA is used for authentication, make use of its CA
 and
 generate certificates using ipa-getcert
 
 Regards
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Re: [Users] What do you want to see in oVirt next?

2013-01-07 Thread Johan Kragsterman
Hi Itamar and list!After reading all the suggestions on this subject, it would be much appreciated if someone(perhaps you, Itamar, since you asked the question) could sum this all up, and get us all on the list a view of all the wishes, and the priority that seems to be among the list people.Then presenting this priority for us, so we can have a discussion about it.Rgrds Johan On 03.01.2013 17:08, Itamar Heim wrote: Hi Everyone, as we wrap oVirt 3.2, I wanted to check with oVirt users on what they  find good/useful in oVirt, and what they would like to see  improved/added in coming versions? Thanks,   Itamar
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Re: [Users] What do you want to see in oVirt next?

2013-01-07 Thread Itamar Heim

On 01/07/2013 12:06 PM, Johan Kragsterman wrote:

Hi Itamar and list!

  After reading all the suggestions on this subject, it would be much
appreciated if someone(perhaps you, Itamar, since you asked the
question) could sum this all up, and get us all on the list a view of
all the wishes, and the priority that seems to be among the list people.

  Then presenting this priority for us, so we can have a discussion
about it.


I'm planning to sum this up, probably next week.




Rgrds Johan


  On 03.01.2013 17:08, Itamar Heim wrote:
  Hi Everyone,
 
  as we wrap oVirt 3.2, I wanted to check with oVirt users on what they
  find good/useful in oVirt, and what they would like to see
  improved/added in coming versions?
 
  Thanks,
  Itamar


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[Users] Ovirt Node install to USB stick - required 70GB disk space?

2013-01-07 Thread Jure Kranjc

Hi,

has anybody installed ovirt-node on a bootable usb stick? If the 
hypervisor is less than 1GB in size, why does installation require 70GB 
of disk space? It would be perfect to run nodes from usb without any disks.


Thanks
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Re: [Users] What do you want to see in oVirt next?

2013-01-07 Thread David Jaša
Charlie píše v So 05. 01. 2013 v 01:13 -0500:
 On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 11:08 AM, Itamar Heim ih...@redhat.com wrote:
  Hi Everyone,
 
  as we wrap oVirt 3.2, I wanted to check with oVirt users on what they find
  good/useful in oVirt, and what they would like to see improved/added in
  coming versions?
 
  Thanks,
 Itamar
 
 Good/useful:  Open Source virtualization with a strong web management
 interface.  Rapidly improving, too.
 
 wish improved:  SPICE connection reliability 

Whad do you mean by reliability?

David

 and LDAPS support.
 
 wish added:  native ATA-over-Ethernet SAN support.
 
 wish removed:  Kerberos dependencies.  Let people who want Kerb have
 it, but don't force it where it's not needed.  LDAP over SSL is
 secure.
 
 Many thanks to all the oVirt team for all their hard work!
 
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Re: [Users] node loses contact with rhev agent

2013-01-07 Thread Vinzenz Feenstra

Hi Jonathan,

Could you provide the logs for it?
Thanks.

On 01/04/2013 10:32 AM, Vinzenz Feenstra wrote:

Hi,

On 01/03/2013 08:53 PM, Jonathan Horne wrote:
i have 2 nodes now that have both lost contact with the rhev agents 
on guest VMs.  if i migrate the guest to another node, the IP address 
and memory usage immediately show up.  migrate a guest back, and the 
IP/memory info disappears.


how can i troubleshoot what is causing this?


It'd be nice if you could send me the logs from /var/log/vdsm/vdsm* 
which are on the node where it looses the contact. I am currently 
trying to find exactly the cause of such an issue as well and it would 
be helpful if we could be provided with log files. Currently I am 
still lacking them.

I will check them and let you know what I will be able to find.

If you wouldn't mind I would be referring to you for more questions if 
some will come up during the search for the cause and I will let you 
know the results asap.


thanks,
jonathan



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Re: [Users] Ovirt Node install to USB stick - required 70GB disk space?

2013-01-07 Thread Joey Boggs

On 01/07/2013 07:33 AM, Alexandre Santos wrote:

2013/1/7 Jure Kranjc jure.kra...@arnes.si:

Hi,

has anybody installed ovirt-node on a bootable usb stick? If the hypervisor
is less than 1GB in size, why does installation require 70GB of disk space?
It would be perfect to run nodes from usb without any disks.

Thanks
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Sorry for not asnwering to the list, here are my previous post:

How much memory do you have? It seems that it's calculating how much
swap it will need and turns that needs at least 70 GB disk space.

There is a thread in this forum that has the calculations that ovirt
does for it. You can change this values on the boot options.

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Those values are also shown on the installer screen right before 
entering the password and can be changed

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Re: [Users] Choosing which network to run VM migration on ovirt 3.1

2013-01-07 Thread Yuval M
after a bit of playing with the system, I found a nice workaround:
I added a host route on each host:

# route add -host 10.100.101.101 gw 172.22.22.1
and on the other one:
# route add -host 10.100.101.100 gw 172.22.22.2

where 10.100.101/24 is the slow network and 172.22.22/24 is the fast
network.
migration now works through the fast link, with nothing changed in ovirt's
configuration.

Yuval

On Sun, Jan 6, 2013 at 11:49 PM, Dan Kenigsberg dan...@redhat.com wrote:

 On Sun, Jan 06, 2013 at 10:08:48PM +0200, Yuval M wrote:
  Hi,
  I'm running the following setup:
  2 hosts,
  each has 2 physical NICs,
  the first NIC (which is bridged to ovirtmgmt) is a 100Mbps ethernet card
  connected to a switch (and to the internet)
  the 2nd NIC is a fast Infiniband card which is connected back-to-back to
  the other host.
 
  both links are running fine, and I managed to have the 2nd host mount the
  storage via the fast link.
  The problem is that VM migration takes place over the slow link.
 
  How do I configure the cluster so that the migration uses the fast link?
  I've already created a network using the web interface. the migration
 still
  uses the slow link.

 Currently, oVirt always uses the ovirtmgmt network for migration data,
 even though libvirt already supports choosing a non-mananagement IP
 address for that. So I do not see how you could use the Infiniband card
 for migration without defining ovirtmgmt there, or with serious vdsm
 hacking.

 When I'm saying serious, I mean something in the lines of
 (the untested!) http://gerrit.ovirt.org/10696 .

 To use this patch, you would first need to define a non-VM network over
 the Infiniband connection on both hosts, and provide them with IP
 address. Then, the name of this network should be passed as the value of
 a VM custom propery call 'mignet'.

 It would be great if you can try it out and debug it and/or comment on
 it.

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Re: [Users] What do you want to see in oVirt next?

2013-01-07 Thread Stephen Spencer
I would like to see export domains deployable to a SAN volume.   I had to
fiddle with various bits that had nothing to do with the problem for about
an hour before I realized the nfs service on the host designated for
hosting the exports NFS volume was not enabled.   The lesson for the
version I'm working with now (3.1) is to disconnect the export domain when
it's not in use, but it would be useful if it were mobile (or at least not
a deal-breaker for hypervisors that are trying to rejoin the cluster)

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Re: [Users] What do you want to see in oVirt next?

2013-01-07 Thread Karli Sjöberg
A general +1 for every point basically. Very good and thought through points. 
The ones I like the most are:

* Spice client- and plugin for Firefox on Windows and Ubuntu
* Preferrably working through both Admin- and User(customer) portal;)
* Guest Agent for Windows. Most of our VMs are Win2008- and R2, 2012's are 
coming too.
* Host Profiles would be a time saver
* Resource Pools
* Clone VM's
* Resizing VM disks from GUI
* Upload ISO's from GUI
* Integrate virt-v2v into GUI
* Edit VM settings before import

Also I would like to make a wish of my own:
* Time-share scheduling.
- The ability to rent out resources available only during N window of time 
for different groups of users. Our users tend to only need resource capacity in 
batches, crunching their numbers or whatnot during an intence period of time 
and can be quiet for a while, then come back for some more. That´s why I would 
like to see an interface where we as an organization could pool together our 
metal into oVirt and then together sit down and schedule it so that everyone 
gets their pice of the cake, so to speak. E.g. Group X rents 64 vCPU's and 4TB 
RAM from 20130601 to 20130801, during which time they are guaranteed those 
resources, and then those machines will expire and be automatically deleted, 
freeing up those resources again. Something like that would make collaboration 
between our different groups much easier.

Best Regards and Happy New Year!
/Karli Sjöberg


fre 2013-01-04 klockan 12:11 +0100 skrev René Koch (ovido):


Hi,

First of all thanks for starting this discussion.

My feedback is mainly based on RHEV, as I'm using RHEV in our company
and on customer side. oVirt is cool as I can see what new features next
RHEV version may/will bring and what issues other users have with this
technology.

What I like:
* web based UI
* KVM as it brings the highest virtualization performance on the market
* RHEL/Fedora as a hypervisor for more flexibility
* tags and bookmarks with search filters - great for big installations
* server and desktop virtualization can be done with one gui
* open source of course ;)
* hook scripts - sooo cool!
* rest-api
* user portal - some of our customers use this as a basic cloud tool for
providing vms and self-provisioning features with accounting using
postgresql database

What I would like to see in future release in oVirt and after testing in
RHEV (most of these points are based on customer feedback, too, who
bought RHEV or where we had at least a pre-sales appointment):

* Spice-XPI for Firefox on Windows (and maybe Ubuntu):
I know it's a lot of work to build it for every new firefox version, but
providing it for Firefox LTS would be a really good start. At the moment
Internet Explorer ist required for full use of admin und user portal (or
VNC has to be used).

* ovirt-guest-agents for major Linux distributions:
- openSUSE
- SLES
- Ubuntu
- Debian

* Virtualize ovirt-engine on ovirt hosts
I know that this would require major changes due to how oVirt works
(libvirt and vdsm), but nearly every customers is asking: why can't I
install my hypervisors, create a vm for RHEV manager and configure the
environment then (in the same way as it is possible with VMware)?

* Make ovirt-engine more Enterprise ready
Compared with VMware (sorry for always comparing it with VMware, but
it's the market leader and it has many nice features which would be
great in oVirt/RHEV, too) oVirt required more tasks done on command line
or via API/Shell/GUI as features are missing in the web GUI:

- Deploy network configs on all hosts
When creating a new logical network in a Cluster it has to be created on
all hosts before it can be used. It would be great if this could be done
automatically (except for rhevm/spice/storage-networks where an IP
address of each host is required). The workflow could be:
+ create new logical network
+ click on deploy button
+ create ifcfg-files on hosts
+ make ifcfg-files persistent on ovirt Nodes
+ bring interface up
+ check if interfaces are up
+ make logical network Operational if deployment was successful on all
hosts

- Configure ovirt hosts from GUI
It would be really an improvement if all settings of the TUI (like DNS,
NTP, syslog, kdump, admin and root passwords, hostname,...) could be
configured in ovirt-engine gui, too (in hosts tab). Plus including
changing multipath.conf in Web GUI would be very nice.

- Create host profiles
Storing all configuration settings of the TUI and host tab (without ip
addresses for sure) in a profile would make changes easier and speed up
deployment of new hypervisors. I'm thinking of:
+ create a profile which contains e.g. DNS, NTP and admin passwords
+ link profile to hosts
+ change DNS in profile
+ in hosts tab you can see that there are changes between the profile
and the hosts
+ bring host in maintenance mode
+ sync profile (and maybe reboot host)
When installing new hosts (via CD or PXE) the profile can be used to
automatically configure the host without 

Re: [Users] Ovirt Node install to USB stick - required 70GB disk space?

2013-01-07 Thread Jorick Astrego

On 01/07/2013 02:19 PM, Joey Boggs wrote:

On 01/07/2013 07:33 AM, Alexandre Santos wrote:

2013/1/7 Jure Kranjc jure.kra...@arnes.si:

Hi,

has anybody installed ovirt-node on a bootable usb stick? If the 
hypervisor
is less than 1GB in size, why does installation require 70GB of disk 
space?

It would be perfect to run nodes from usb without any disks.

Thanks
Jure Kranjc


Sorry for not asnwering to the list, here are my previous post:

How much memory do you have? It seems that it's calculating how much
swap it will need and turns that needs at least 70 GB disk space.

There is a thread in this forum that has the calculations that ovirt
does for it. You can change this values on the boot options.

Alex
Those values are also shown on the installer screen right before 
entering the password and can be changed


As sometimes searching the list can be a pain, I'll just repost it:


You can do this with 2 different methods, both of which are on the kernel 
command line during boot.  Simply hit TAB when you're selecting the install 
option and add one of the options below to the command line.

1.  You can set  storage_vol=:XXX   where XXX is the desired size of the 
SWAP partition in MB.  It has a minimum size of 5MB.
   This lets you set a static size for swap.

2.  You can set mem_overcommit=0.  This will change our calculation to not add 
any swap for overcommit.  It will still calculate a value based on the amount 
of RAM, but not as large as with the overcommit.

The swap size is calculated at mem_overcommit*RAM + BASE_SWAP

BASE_SWAP is calculated using this formula:

if MEM_SIZE  4GB:
 BASE_SWAP = 2GB
elif MEM_SIZE  16GB:
 BASE_SWAP = 4GB
elif MEM_SIZE  64GB:
 BASE_SWAP = 8GB
else:
 BASE_SWAP = 16GB


We are planning to expose these option in the TUI installer, just not there yet.

Mike


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Re: [Users] What do you want to see in oVirt next?

2013-01-07 Thread Rick Beldin
Several topics come to mind:

- cleaner work-flow in creating and associating storage, especially NFS

- better error reporting from engine back to admin user during admin operations.

- the ability to have users access consoles of virtual machines whereever
  they may be.  I think it should be expected that limited access data centers
  will be everywhere, from complete NAT'd environments to some with external
  firewalls that limit some ports.   This should be part of engine and
  hypervisor installation, and transparent to the end user.


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Re: [Users] Configure NFS resource from Host

2013-01-07 Thread Haim Ateya
hi, 

can you please run the following and tell me if its working for you:

usr/bin/sudo -n /usr/bin/mount -t nfs -o soft,nosharecache,timeo=600,retrans=6 
ovirt-host.uab.es:/home/storage1 /mnt

are you using NFSv3 or NFSv4? 

if its not working, can you try:

usr/bin/sudo -n /usr/bin/mount -t nfs -o 
soft,vers=3,nosharecache,timeo=600,retrans=6 ovirt-host.uab.es:/home/storage1 
/mnt



- Original Message -
 From: jj197005 jj197...@gmail.com
 To: users@ovirt.org
 Sent: Monday, January 7, 2013 6:04:37 PM
 Subject: [Users] Configure NFS resource from Host
 
 Hello everybody,
 
 I'm trying to configure and install oVirt for test in our University
 faculty. I have installed an engine an a host, both of them with
 Fedora
 17. The engine is working and I can log-in in the Data Center with
 admin
 user. I have tried to add my host to the data center portal and I
 successfully done. After that I have tried to add a NFS resource
 which
 is in the host that I have added. If I open a console in the engine
 and
 log-in as vdsm user, I can mount the NFS resource without problems.
 The
 problem is when I tried to add this NFS resource to the Data Center.
 
 I have followed the tutorial
 http://www.ovirt.org/Quick_Start_Guide#Configure_Storage, but when I
 have completed the form and pressed Ok, after one or two minutes I
 receive one screen with bellow error:
 
 Error: A Request to the Server failed with the following Status
 Code: 500
 
 I'm attaching the vdsm.log file with the lines that are created with
 this operation. I hope that someone can show me what is the problem.
 If
 you need more information aboout the installation I can show it.
 
 Many thanks in avanced,
 
 Juanjo.
 
 
 
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[Users] Can I move local_cluster in all-in-one setup?

2013-01-07 Thread Gianluca Cecchi
Hello,
working on f18 and ovirt nightly as of
ovirt-engine-3.2.0-1.20130106.git0cb01e1.fc18.noarch

Can I configure ootb an all-in-one setup with vlan tagging for the to-be
created ovirtmgmt lan?
In that case how has to be the network config for the host before running
engine-setup?
classic eth0 + eth0.vlanid or other things?

In case the answer is no, can I configure it after creation?

I saw in another thread that in general I can create a temporary DC and
move the clusters there so that I can then edit the ovirtmgmt network
making it vlan tagged.

Is this possible in all-in-one too?

I created another Datacenter named tempdc and I try to move my
local_cluster there but I don't see how I can.

I edit local_cluster, but the option to change DC is greyed out

Thanks,
Gianluca
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Re: [Users] oVirt warning about memory usage

2013-01-07 Thread Eli Mesika


- Original Message -
 From: Alex Leonhardt alex.t...@gmail.com
 To: oVirt Mailing List users@ovirt.org
 Sent: Monday, January 7, 2013 11:18:27 AM
 Subject: [Users] oVirt warning about memory usage
 
 
 
 
 Hi,
 
 just seen a memory usage warning in oVirt's Admin Interface saying
 the available memory is below threshold of 1024MB - however - when I
 checked the host, it had still 20GB left ?

Did you note that the number reporting in the warning has a negative sign ?
Seems to me as a bug
 
 See screenshot.
 
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Re: [Users] oVirt warning about memory usage

2013-01-07 Thread Amador Pahim

On 01/07/2013 06:18 AM, Alex Leonhardt wrote:

Hi,

just seen a memory usage warning in oVirt's Admin Interface saying the 
available memory is below threshold of 1024MB - however - when I 
checked the host, it had still 20GB left ?


See screenshot.

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The message is happening due to memAvailable statistic coming from vdsm. The 
memAvailable field can be negative and considers a set of values from different sources 
to compose its result (free memory, cached memory, resident set size from qemu processes, 
committed memory from running vms and host reserved memory

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[Users] Action Needed: Upcoming Deadlines for oVirt Workshop at NetApp

2013-01-07 Thread Leslie Hawthorn

Hello everyone,

***If you will not be attending the oVirt workshop taking place at 
NetApp HQ on 22-24 January 2013 [0], you can stop reading now.***


Hotel Room Block Expiring:

If you require a hotel room as part of your visit for the workshop, 
please book your room ASAP [1], as we will be releasing extra rooms in 
our block at close of business tomorrow, 8 January.  If you are unable 
to book a room by close of business tomorrow, all unbooked rooms in our 
block will be released. You may still request our room block rate but 
you will no longer be guaranteed lodging at the Country Inn and Suites 
as of Wednesday, 9 January.


Registration Deadline:

In order to have an accurate headcount for catering, please ensure you 
have completed your registration for the event no later than close of 
business on Tuesday, 15 January. [1] Please take a moment to register 
and to remind any friends and colleagues who would be interested in 
attending of our registration deadline.


If you or a colleague are unable to register by Tuesday, 15 January, but 
would still like to attend please contact Dave Neary off-list. [2] Dave 
will do his best to ensure that we are able to process late 
registrations, though we unfortunately cannot make any guarantees.


Thank you once again to Patrick Rogers, Denise Ridolfo, Jon Benedict, 
Talia Reyes-Ortiz and the rest of the fine folks at NetApp for hosting 
this workshop and all their hard work to bring the community together in 
Sunnyvale.


If you have any questions, please let me know. I look forward to 
(re)meeting you at the oVirt workshop at NetApp.


[0] - http://www.ovirt.org/NetApp_Workshop_January_2013

[1] - http://ovirtnetapp2013.eventbrite.com/#

[2] - dneary at redhat dot com

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[Users] net device initialization order

2013-01-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
i just did my first 3.2 install, i have a single manager and a single node.

i have also just created my first VM, and it has 2 network interfaces.

nic1 0aa9 – ovirtmgmt network
nic2 0aa7 – iscsi network

in the configuration dialog, nic2/0aa7 was the first one that was actually 
added, and that was the one i wanted in the ovirtmgmt network (and subsequently 
i will have to reverse my network cards, and i will have to see nic2 as my 
mgmt/eth0 and nic1 as my iscsi in the web page), but it looks like the guests 
are initializing their pci devices in backwards order.

is this something i can set somewhere, or is this a bug?
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Re: [Users] Default compatibility version in ovirt nightly

2013-01-07 Thread Gianluca Cecchi
On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 8:12 AM, Ayal Baron wrote:

 Hi Gianluca,

 The problem you have now doesn't seem related $subject.
 It looks like http://gerrit.ovirt.org/#/c/10024/5 to me.
 Can you check to see if your code contains the above fix?
 Did you vdsm from nightly as well or from Fedora 18 rpms?

 Fede, does the f18 build include the above fix?

 Thanks,
 Ayal.


For this particular host I already updated the rpm package
vdsm-4.10.3-0.50.gitc6625ce.fc18.x86_64
that contains the patched file /usr/share/vdsm/storage/localFsSD.py so it
seems I'm not hitting this problem.

I ran
yum update ovirt-engine-setup
that pulled these new packages

Jan 07 08:06:27 Updated:
ovirt-engine-setup-3.2.0-1.20130106.git0cb01e1.fc18.noarch
Jan 07 08:08:53 Updated:
otopi-0.0.0-0.5.master.20130106.git0a731eb.fc18.noarch
Jan 07 08:08:54 Updated:
otopi-java-0.0.0-0.5.master.20130106.git0a731eb.fc18.noarch
Jan 07 08:08:54 Updated:
ovirt-host-deploy-0.0.0-0.0.master.20130106.gitaa0edd4.fc18.noarch
Jan 07 08:08:54 Updated:
ovirt-host-deploy-offline-0.0.0-0.0.master.20130106.gitaa0edd4.fc18.noarch
Jan 07 08:08:54 Updated:
ovirt-engine-setup-plugin-allinone-3.2.0-1.20130106.git0cb01e1.fc18.noarch
Jan 07 08:08:54 Updated:
ovirt-host-deploy-java-0.0.0-0.0.master.20130106.gitaa0edd4.fc18.noarch
Jan 07 08:08:55 Updated:
ovirt-engine-cli-3.2.0.8-1.20130106.git0b16093.fc18.noarch

Then engine-upgrade and reboot but still not able to activate storage domain

In vdsm.log
Thread-20::DEBUG::2013-01-07
19:57:41,148::BindingXMLRPC::163::vds::(wrapper) [10.194.53.246]
Thread-20::DEBUG::2013-01-07
19:57:41,149::task::568::TaskManager.Task::(_updateState)
Task=`133ef0a7-30ac-4cad-94ee-276dd59731e0`::moving from state init -
state preparing
Thread-20::INFO::2013-01-07
19:57:41,149::logUtils::41::dispatcher::(wrapper) Run and protect:
getSpmStatus(spUUID='a6e0d929-065b-4f69-a46a-0b07d3b79731', options=None)
Thread-20::ERROR::2013-01-07
19:57:41,150::task::833::TaskManager.Task::(_setError)
Task=`133ef0a7-30ac-4cad-94ee-276dd59731e0`::Unexpected error
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File /usr/share/vdsm/storage/task.py, line 840, in _run
return fn(*args, **kargs)
  File /usr/share/vdsm/logUtils.py, line 42, in wrapper
res = f(*args, **kwargs)
  File /usr/share/vdsm/storage/hsm.py, line 602, in getSpmStatus
pool = self.getPool(spUUID)
  File /usr/share/vdsm/storage/hsm.py, line 312, in getPool
raise se.StoragePoolUnknown(spUUID)
StoragePoolUnknown: Unknown pool id, pool not connected:
('a6e0d929-065b-4f69-a46a-0b07d3b79731',)
Thread-20::DEBUG::2013-01-07
19:57:41,153::task::852::TaskManager.Task::(_run)
Task=`133ef0a7-30ac-4cad-94ee-276dd59731e0`::Task._run:
133ef0a7-30ac-4cad-94ee-276dd59731e0
('a6e0d929-065b-4f69-a46a-0b07d3b79731',) {} failed - stopping task
Thread-20::DEBUG::2013-01-07
19:57:41,154::task::1177::TaskManager.Task::(stop)
Task=`133ef0a7-30ac-4cad-94ee-276dd59731e0`::stopping in state preparing
(force False)
Thread-20::DEBUG::2013-01-07
19:57:41,154::task::957::TaskManager.Task::(_decref)
Task=`133ef0a7-30ac-4cad-94ee-276dd59731e0`::ref 1 aborting True

while in engine.log
2013-01-07 19:57:33,782 ERROR
[org.ovirt.engine.core.vdsbroker.vdsbroker.VdsBrokerCommand]
(QuartzScheduler_Worker-2) XML RPC error in command GetHardwareInfoVDS (
HostName = local_host ), the error was:
java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException:
java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException, type
'exceptions.Exception':method getVdsHardwareInfo is not supported
2013-01-07 19:57:33,783 INFO
[org.ovirt.engine.core.vdsbroker.vdsbroker.GetHardwareInfoVDSCommand]
(QuartzScheduler_Worker-2) FINISH, GetHardwareInfoVDSCommand, log id:
5f98da5d
2013-01-07 19:57:33,795 ERROR
[org.ovirt.engine.core.dal.dbbroker.auditloghandling.AuditLogDirector]
(QuartzScheduler_Worker-2) Cannot convert string  to AuditLogType
...
2013-01-07 19:57:33,800 INFO
[org.ovirt.engine.core.dal.dbbroker.auditloghandling.AuditLogDirector]
(QuartzScheduler_Worker-2) AuditLogType: DWH_ERROR not exist in string table
2013-01-07 19:57:33,800 INFO
[org.ovirt.engine.core.dal.dbbroker.auditloghandling.AuditLogDirector]
(QuartzScheduler_Worker-2) AuditLogType: EXTERNAL_EVENT_NORMAL not exist in
string table
2013-01-07 19:57:33,800 INFO
[org.ovirt.engine.core.dal.dbbroker.auditloghandling.AuditLogDirector]
(QuartzScheduler_Worker-2) AuditLogType: EXTERNAL_EVENT_WARNING not exist
in string table
2013-01-07 19:57:33,801 INFO
[org.ovirt.engine.core.dal.dbbroker.auditloghandling.AuditLogDirector]
(QuartzScheduler_Worker-2) AuditLogType: EXTERNAL_EVENT_ERROR not exist in
string table
...
2013-01-07 19:57:46,007 ERROR
[org.ovirt.engine.core.vdsbroker.VDSCommandBase] (QuartzScheduler_Worker-8)
Command ConnectStoragePoolVDS execution failed. Exception:
IRSNoMasterDomainException: IRSGenericException: IRSErrorException:
IRSNoMasterDomainException: Cannot find master domain:
'spUUID=a6e0d929-065b-4f69-a46a-0b07d3b79731,
msdUUID=eb9d38ff-34d6-4dd9-8309-b004f02ee510'
2013-01-07 19:57:46,010 INFO

Re: [Users] Ovirt Node install to USB stick - required 70GB disk space?

2013-01-07 Thread Jure Kranjc

Thanks, that was the problem and the solution.
Found the post, it's easier to find something when you know what you are 
looking for.


On 7.1.2013 16:17, Jorick Astrego wrote:

On 01/07/2013 02:19 PM, Joey Boggs wrote:

On 01/07/2013 07:33 AM, Alexandre Santos wrote:

2013/1/7 Jure Kranjc jure.kra...@arnes.si:

Hi,

has anybody installed ovirt-node on a bootable usb stick? If the 
hypervisor
is less than 1GB in size, why does installation require 70GB of 
disk space?

It would be perfect to run nodes from usb without any disks.

Thanks
Jure Kranjc


Sorry for not asnwering to the list, here are my previous post:

How much memory do you have? It seems that it's calculating how much
swap it will need and turns that needs at least 70 GB disk space.

There is a thread in this forum that has the calculations that ovirt
does for it. You can change this values on the boot options.

Alex
Those values are also shown on the installer screen right before 
entering the password and can be changed


As sometimes searching the list can be a pain, I'll just repost it:

You can do this with 2 different methods, both of which are on the 
kernel command line during boot. Simply hit TAB when you're selecting 
the install option and add one of the options below to the command line.


1.  You can set  storage_vol=:XXX   where XXX is the desired 
size of the SWAP partition in MB.  It has a minimum size of 5MB.

   This lets you set a static size for swap.

2.  You can set mem_overcommit=0.  This will change our calculation 
to not add any swap for overcommit.  It will still calculate a value 
based on the amount of RAM, but not as large as with the overcommit.


The swap size is calculated at mem_overcommit*RAM + BASE_SWAP

BASE_SWAP is calculated using this formula:

if MEM_SIZE  4GB:
 BASE_SWAP = 2GB
elif MEM_SIZE  16GB:
 BASE_SWAP = 4GB
elif MEM_SIZE  64GB:
 BASE_SWAP = 8GB
else:
 BASE_SWAP = 16GB


We are planning to expose these option in the TUI installer, just not 
there yet.


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Re: [Users] net device initialization order

2013-01-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
actually what i am finding is, its not consistent what order it adds nic1 and 
nic2 to the guest when its created.  sometimes nic1 is eth0, sometimes nic2 is 
eth0.


From: Jonathan Horne jho...@skopos.usmailto:jho...@skopos.us
Date: Monday, January 7, 2013 3:02 PM
To: users users@ovirt.orgmailto:users@ovirt.org
Subject: [Users] net device initialization order

i just did my first 3.2 install, i have a single manager and a single node.

i have also just created my first VM, and it has 2 network interfaces.

nic1 0aa9 – ovirtmgmt network
nic2 0aa7 – iscsi network

in the configuration dialog, nic2/0aa7 was the first one that was actually 
added, and that was the one i wanted in the ovirtmgmt network (and subsequently 
i will have to reverse my network cards, and i will have to see nic2 as my 
mgmt/eth0 and nic1 as my iscsi in the web page), but it looks like the guests 
are initializing their pci devices in backwards order.

is this something i can set somewhere, or is this a bug?


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Re: [Users] net device initialization order

2013-01-07 Thread Eli Mesika


- Original Message -
 From: Jonathan Horne jho...@skopos.us
 To: Jonathan Horne jho...@skopos.us, users users@ovirt.org
 Sent: Monday, January 7, 2013 11:37:42 PM
 Subject: Re: [Users] net device initialization order
 
 
 
 
 
 actually what i am finding is, its not consistent what order it adds
 nic1 and nic2 to the guest when its created. sometimes nic1 is eth0,
 sometimes nic2 is eth0.

Checked in relevant DB queries , results are not sorted by name when returned, 
if it should it may affect other entities rather than nics...

 
 
 
 
 From: Jonathan Horne  jho...@skopos.us 
 Date: Monday, January 7, 2013 3:02 PM
 To: users  users@ovirt.org 
 Subject: [Users] net device initialization order
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 i just did my first 3.2 install, i have a single manager and a single
 node.
 
 
 i have also just created my first VM, and it has 2 network
 interfaces.
 
 
 nic1 0aa9 – ovirtmgmt network
 nic2 0aa7 – iscsi network
 
 
 in the configuration dialog, nic2/0aa7 was the first one that was
 actually added, and that was the one i wanted in the ovirtmgmt
 network (and subsequently i will have to reverse my network cards,
 and i will have to see nic2 as my mgmt/eth0 and nic1 as my iscsi in
 the web page), but it looks like the guests are initializing their
 pci devices in backwards order.
 
 
 is this something i can set somewhere, or is this a bug?
 
 
 
 
 
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[Users] mac address re-use

2013-01-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
my 3.2 install seems to be reusing mac address of formerly-deleted guests.  is 
this the normal behavior, and or can i turn this off?  i would prefer to have a 
unique mac address for each new VM created.

thanks,
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Re: [Users] mac address re-use

2013-01-07 Thread Keith Robertson

On 01/07/2013 05:22 PM, Jonathan Horne wrote:
my 3.2 install seems to be reusing mac address of formerly-deleted 
guests.  is this the normal behavior, and or can i turn this off?  i 
would prefer to have a unique mac address for each new VM created.


thanks,
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I believe re-use is intentional.  I suspect oVirt uses the IEEE [1] 
space allocated to Qumranet and that space is relatively small. There 
were previous discussions on the list regarding the probability of 
collisions/exhaustion, IIRC.  In any case, you want re-use to prevent 
the possibility of exhaustion and because a program shouldn't just go 
randomly creating addresses from any available OUI block.


Cheers,
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Re: [Users] mac address re-use

2013-01-07 Thread Yair Zaslavsky
Keith summed things quite right as far as I know (I did not know about the 
range allocated to Qumranet) 
From code perspective - We have a MacPoolManager infrastructure which holds a 
pool of Mac addresses, and per deletion of VM, the mac address is returned to 
the pool. 

- Original Message -

 From: Keith Robertson krobe...@redhat.com
 To: Jonathan Horne jho...@skopos.us
 Cc: users users@ovirt.org
 Sent: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 5:15:04 AM
 Subject: Re: [Users] mac address re-use

 On 01/07/2013 05:22 PM, Jonathan Horne wrote:

  my 3.2 install seems to be reusing mac address of formerly-deleted
  guests. is this the normal behavior, and or can i turn this off? i
  would prefer to have a unique mac address for each new VM created.
 

  thanks,
 
  jonathan
 

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 I believe re-use is intentional. I suspect oVirt uses the IEEE [1]
 space allocated to Qumranet and that space is relatively small.
 There were previous discussions on the list regarding the
 probability of collisions/exhaustion, IIRC. In any case, you want
 re-use to prevent the possibility of exhaustion and because a
 program shouldn't just go randomly creating addresses from any
 available OUI block.

 Cheers,
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Re: [Users] mac address re-use

2013-01-07 Thread Karli Sjöberg
tis 2013-01-08 klockan 01:18 -0500 skrev Yair Zaslavsky:
Keith summed things quite right as far as I know (I did not know about the 
range allocated to Qumranet)
From code perspective - We have a MacPoolManager infrastructure which holds a 
pool of Mac addresses, and per deletion of VM, the mac address is returned to 
the pool.
Which means that if you set up two oVirt systems independantly; one for 
production and one for testing, you will get collisions?

/Karli







From: Keith Robertson krobe...@redhat.com
To: Jonathan Horne jho...@skopos.us
Cc: users users@ovirt.org
Sent: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 5:15:04 AM
Subject: Re: [Users] mac address re-use

On 01/07/2013 05:22 PM, Jonathan Horne wrote:

my 3.2 install seems to be reusing mac address of formerly-deleted guests.  is 
this the normal behavior, and or can i turn this off?  i would prefer to have a 
unique mac address for each new VM created.


thanks,
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I believe re-use is intentional.  I suspect oVirt uses the IEEE [1] space 
allocated to Qumranet and that space is relatively small.  There were previous 
discussions on the list regarding the probability of collisions/exhaustion, 
IIRC.  In any case, you want re-use to prevent the possibility of exhaustion 
and because a program shouldn't just go randomly creating addresses from any 
available OUI block.

Cheers,
Keithן




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Re: [Users] mac address re-use

2013-01-07 Thread Yair Zaslavsky
You can always set a new range of mac addresses using - 

engine-config -g MacPoolRanges (to see the current range) 

and then engine-config -s MacPoolRanges=new range 

- Original Message -

 From: Karli Sjöberg karli.sjob...@slu.se
 To: Yair Zaslavsky yzasl...@redhat.com
 Cc: Keith Robertson krobe...@redhat.com, users
 users@ovirt.org
 Sent: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 8:29:49 AM
 Subject: Re: [Users] mac address re-use

 tis 2013-01-08 klockan 01:18 -0500 skrev Yair Zaslavsky:
  Keith summed things quite right as far as I know (I did not know
  about the range allocated to Qumranet)
 
  From code perspective - We have a MacPoolManager infrastructure
  which
  holds a pool of Mac addresses, and per deletion of VM, the mac
  address is returned to the pool.
 

 Which means that if you set up two oVirt systems independantly; one
 for production and one for testing, you will get collisions?

 /Karli

   From: Keith Robertson krobe...@redhat.com
  
 
   To: Jonathan Horne jho...@skopos.us
  
 
   Cc: users users@ovirt.org
  
 
   Sent: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 5:15:04 AM
  
 
   Subject: Re: [Users] mac address re-use
  
 

   On 01/07/2013 05:22 PM, Jonathan Horne wrote:
  
 

my 3.2 install seems to be reusing mac address of
formerly-deleted
guests. is this the normal behavior, and or can i turn this
off?
i
would prefer to have a unique mac address for each new VM
created.
   
  
 
thanks,
   
  
 
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   I believe re-use is intentional. I suspect oVirt uses the IEEE
   [1]
   space allocated to Qumranet and that space is relatively small.
   There were previous discussions on the list regarding the
   probability of collisions/exhaustion, IIRC. In any case, you want
   re-use to prevent the possibility of exhaustion and because a
   program shouldn't just go randomly creating addresses from any
   available OUI block.
  
 

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