[Users] Post-Install Engine VM Changes Feasible?

2014-03-15 Thread Joshua Dotson
Hi,

I'm in the process of installing 3.4 RC(2?) on Fedora 19.  I'm using hosted
engine, introspective GlusterFS+keepalived+NFS ala [1], across six nodes.

I have a layered networking topology ((V)LANs for public, internal,
storage, compute and ipmi).  I am comfortable doing the bridging for each
interface myself via /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-*.

Here's my desired topology:
http://www.asciiflow.com/#Draw6325992559863447154

Here's my keepalived setup:
https://gist.github.com/josh-at-knoesis/98618a16418101225726

I'm writing a lot of documentation of the many steps I'm taking.  I hope to
eventually release a distributed introspective all-in-one (including
distributed storage) guide.

Looking at vm.conf.in, it looks like I'd by default end up with one
interface on my engine, probably on my internal VLAN, as that's where I'd
like the control traffic to flow.  I definitely could do NAT, but I'd be
most happy to see the engine have a presence on all of the LANs, if for no
other reason than because I want to send backups directly over the storage
VLAN.

I'll cut to it:  I believe I could successfully alter the vdsm template (
vm.conf.in) to give me the extra interfaces I require.  It hit me, however,
that I could just take the defaults for the initial install.  Later, I
think I'll be able to come back with virsh and make my changes to the
gracefully disabled VM.  Is this true?

[1] http://www.andrewklau.com/ovirt-hosted-engine-with-3-4-0-nightly/

Thanks,
Joshua
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Re: [Users] Post-Install Engine VM Changes Feasible?

2014-03-15 Thread Giuseppe Ragusa
Hi Joshua,

Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2014 02:32:59 -0400
From: j...@wrale.com
To: users@ovirt.org
Subject: [Users] Post-Install Engine VM Changes Feasible?

Hi,

I'm in the process of installing 3.4 RC(2?) on Fedora 19.  I'm using hosted 
engine, introspective GlusterFS+keepalived+NFS ala [1], across six nodes.

I have a layered networking topology ((V)LANs for public, internal, storage, 
compute and ipmi).  I am comfortable doing the bridging for each interface 
myself via /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-*.  


Here's my desired topology: http://www.asciiflow.com/#Draw6325992559863447154

Here's my keepalived setup: 
https://gist.github.com/josh-at-knoesis/98618a16418101225726


I'm writing a lot of documentation of the many steps I'm taking.  I hope to 
eventually release a distributed introspective all-in-one (including 
distributed storage) guide.  


Looking at vm.conf.in, it looks like I'd by default end up with one interface 
on my engine, probably on my internal VLAN, as that's where I'd like the 
control traffic to flow.  I definitely could do NAT, but I'd be most happy to 
see the engine have a presence on all of the LANs, if for no other reason than 
because I want to send backups directly over the storage VLAN.  


I'll cut to it:  I believe I could successfully alter the vdsm template 
(vm.conf.in) to give me the extra interfaces I require.  It hit me, however, 
that I could just take the defaults for the initial install.  Later, I think 
I'll be able to come back with virsh and make my changes to the gracefully 
disabled VM.  Is this true? 


[1] http://www.andrewklau.com/ovirt-hosted-engine-with-3-4-0-nightly/

Thanks,
Joshua



I started from the same reference[1] and ended up statically modifying 
vm.conf.in before launching setup, like this:

cp -a /usr/share/ovirt-hosted-engine-setup/templates/vm.conf.in 
/usr/share/ovirt-hosted-engine-setup/templates/vm.conf.in.orig
cat  EOM  /usr/share/ovirt-hosted-engine-setup/templates/vm.conf.in
vmId=@VM_UUID@
memSize=@MEM_SIZE@
display=@CONSOLE_TYPE@
devices={index:2,iface:ide,address:{ controller:0, target:0,unit:0, bus:1, 
type:drive},specParams:{},readonly:true,deviceId:@CDROM_UUID@,path:@CDROM@,device:cdrom,shared:false,type:disk@BOOT_CDROM@}
devices={index:0,iface:virtio,format:raw,poolID:@SP_UUID@,volumeID:@VOL_UUID@,imageID:@IMG_UUID@,specParams:{},readonly:false,domainID:@SD_UUID@,optional:false,deviceId:@IMG_UUID@,address:{bus:0x00,
 slot:0x06, domain:0x, type:pci, 
function:0x0},device:disk,shared:exclusive,propagateErrors:off,type:disk@BOOT_DISK@}
devices={device:scsi,model:virtio-scsi,type:controller}
devices={index:4,nicModel:pv,macAddr:@MAC_ADDR@,linkActive:true,network:@BRIDGE@,filter:vdsm-no-mac-spoofing,specParams:{},deviceId:@NIC_UUID@,address:{bus:0x00,
 slot:0x03, domain:0x, type:pci, 
function:0x0},device:bridge,type:interface@BOOT_PXE@}
devices={index:8,nicModel:pv,macAddr:02:16:3e:4f:c4:b0,linkActive:true,network:lan,filter:vdsm-no-mac-spoofing,specParams:{},address:{bus:0x00,
 slot:0x09, domain:0x, type:pci, 
function:0x0},device:bridge,type:interface@BOOT_PXE@}
devices={device:console,specParams:{},type:console,deviceId:@CONSOLE_UUID@,alias:console0}
vmName=@NAME@
spiceSecureChannels=smain,sdisplay,sinputs,scursor,splayback,srecord,ssmartcard,susbredir
smp=@VCPUS@
cpuType=@CPU_TYPE@
emulatedMachine=@EMULATED_MACHINE@
EOM

I simply added a second nic (with a fixed MAC address from the 
locally-administered pool, since I didn't know how to auto-generate one) and 
added an index for nics too (mimicking the the storage devices setup already 
present).

My network setup is much simpler than yours: ovirtmgmt bridge is on an isolated 
oVirt-management-only network without gateway, my actual LAN with gateway and 
Internet access (for package updates/installation) is connected to lan bridge 
and the SAN/migration LAN is a further (not bridged) 10 Gib/s isolated network 
for which I do not expect to need Engine/VMs reachability (so no third 
interface for Engine) since all actions should be performed from Engine but 
only through vdsm hosts (I use a split-DNS setup by means of carefully 
crafted hosts files on Engine and vdsm hosts)

I can confirm that the engine vm gets created as expected and that network 
connectivity works.

Unfortunately I cannot validate the whole design yet, since I'm still debugging 
HA-agent problems that prevent a reliable Engine/SD startup.

Hope it helps.

Greetings,
Giuseppe

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Re: [Users] adding scripts

2014-03-15 Thread Aditya Mamidwar
Hey thanks on the previous issue.
Also is there a way i can access WebAdmin.Html to add custom buttons and make 
few tweaks for personal use?
I just cant find that file after using git.

Aditya Mamidwar

-Original Message-
From: Einav Cohen eco...@redhat.com
Sent: ‎14-‎03-‎2014 01:21
To: aditya mamidwar aditya.mamid...@gmail.com; Vojtech Szocs 
vsz...@redhat.com
Cc: users@ovirt.org users@ovirt.org; engine-de...@ovirt.org 
engine-de...@ovirt.org
Subject: Re: [Users] adding scripts

if you are trying to hook into UI-specific events, it sounds 
like you will need to write an oVirt UI Plugin [1] in order to 
do that. However, I believe that the oVirt UI Plugins 
infrastructure doesn't support hooking to events such as tab 
x was selected and/or button b was clicked. 
It does allow you to add new (custom) tabs/sub-tabs/buttons of 
your own, and there is a chance that it allows you to hook 
into events such as 'row x was selected in the grid'. 

@Vojtech will know better. Vojtech?

if you are trying to hook into engine events (e.g. you want to 
run a script every time a VM is started in oVirt, no matter if 
the user started it by clicking the 'run' button in the oVirt-
engine webadmin, or invoked a REST API request, or an SDK 
command), then it will require some sort of an engine-plugin 
infrastructure that we don't have at the moment AFAIK. 
there is a chance that for some of the events you will be able 
to utilize the VDSM hooks (at the Host level) [2].


Thanks,
Einav

[1] http://www.ovirt.org/Features/UIPlugins

[2] http://www.ovirt.org/VDSM-Hooks


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 From: aditya mamidwar aditya.mamid...@gmail.com
 To: users@ovirt.org, engine-de...@ovirt.org
 Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2014 11:23:35 AM
 Subject: [Users] adding scripts
 
 
 I want to commit changes to the engine by adding some bash scripts.
 the scripts should be invoked once a button or tab is selected in the
 webadmin portal by the user.
 
 can someone guide on achieving this.
 
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Re: [Users] adding scripts

2014-03-15 Thread Greg Sheremeta
There's not one html file like that, since we use GWT [1]. However, if you 
search for *.ui.xml files, you'll find all the GWT UIBinder files. That's the 
place to start for simple UI tweaks. The application is partitioned into small 
components, so you'll have to do some digging. For example, each dialog has its 
own ui.xml file -- so if you want to tweak a specific dialog, you'll need to 
find the right file. Feel free to post questions about those to engine-devel 
and we can help you out. 

Greg 

[1] http://www.gwtproject.org/ 

- Original Message -

 From: Aditya Mamidwar aditya.mamid...@gmail.com
 To: Einav Cohen eco...@redhat.com, Vojtech Szocs vsz...@redhat.com
 Cc: engine-de...@ovirt.org, users@ovirt.org
 Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2014 8:30:21 AM
 Subject: Re: [Users] adding scripts

 Hey thanks on the previous issue.
 Also is there a way i can access WebAdmin.Html to add custom buttons and make
 few tweaks for personal use?
 I just cant find that file after using git.

 Aditya Mamidwar

 From: Einav Cohen
 Sent: ‎14-‎03-‎2014 01:21
 To: aditya mamidwar ; Vojtech Szocs
 Cc: users@ovirt.org ; engine-de...@ovirt.org
 Subject: Re: [Users] adding scripts

 if you are trying to hook into UI-specific events, it sounds
 like you will need to write an oVirt UI Plugin [1] in order to
 do that. However, I believe that the oVirt UI Plugins
 infrastructure doesn't support hooking to events such as tab
 x was selected and/or button b was clicked.
 It does allow you to add new (custom) tabs/sub-tabs/buttons of
 your own, and there is a chance that it allows you to hook
 into events such as 'row x was selected in the grid'.

 @Vojtech will know better. Vojtech?

 if you are trying to hook into engine events (e.g. you want to
 run a script every time a VM is started in oVirt, no matter if
 the user started it by clicking the 'run' button in the oVirt-
 engine webadmin, or invoked a REST API request, or an SDK
 command), then it will require some sort of an engine-plugin
 infrastructure that we don't have at the moment AFAIK.
 there is a chance that for some of the events you will be able
 to utilize the VDSM hooks (at the Host level) [2].

 
 Thanks,
 Einav

 [1] http://www.ovirt.org/Features/UIPlugins

 [2] http://www.ovirt.org/VDSM-Hooks

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  From: aditya mamidwar aditya.mamid...@gmail.com
  To: users@ovirt.org, engine-de...@ovirt.org
  Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2014 11:23:35 AM
  Subject: [Users] adding scripts
 
 
  I want to commit changes to the engine by adding some bash scripts.
  the scripts should be invoked once a button or tab is selected in the
  webadmin portal by the user.
 
  can someone guide on achieving this.
 
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Re: [Users] Source code unerstanding

2014-03-15 Thread Greg Sheremeta
I don't know of any high-level code documentation for ovirt-engine, other than 
the Javadoc. But if you post your questions to engine-devel, we can help you. 

Greg 

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From: aditya mamidwar aditya.mamid...@gmail.com 
To: users@ovirt.org, engine-de...@ovirt.org 
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2014 11:09:49 AM 
Subject: [Users] Source code unerstanding 


Hey, 

is there a simpler way to know which code is responsible for which module of 
the engine. 
is there a documentation maintained. or how can identify the files which are 
important for me. 

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Re: [Users] Reimporting storage domains after reinstalling ovirt

2014-03-15 Thread Boudewijn Ector
On 11-03-14 16:39, Liron Aravot wrote:

 - Original Message -
 From: Boudewijn Ector boudew...@boudewijnector.nl
 To: Jason Brooks jbro...@redhat.com
 Cc: users@ovirt.org
 Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2014 1:32:00 AM
 Subject: Re: [Users] Reimporting storage domains after reinstalling ovirt


 Some people have reported success creating an image of the desired
 size, then noting the name of this new image, and copying the old
 image into the place of the new one, with the new name. Something
 like that might work, but I don't have first-hand experience w/
 it.

 Jason
 Hi Jason,


 Due to lack of viable alternative, I've decided to go and try this
 approach. I just had a look at my datafiles:

 - these are either 8gb (OS) or 250gb (LVM images)
 - can't mount those directly in my host OS (tried because of the next
 point)
 - I don't know to what VM this image/VM belongs . They're all quite
 the same (basic debian install), so determining it just by running
 strings etc on those will not be easy
 - I can't import the old VMs from the old storage. If I create new
 images and dd the old information into those new images the metadata
 will not be copied too.

 So the only option is not reusing the VM's  but creating completely
 new ones and determining which disk images are required for these VMs.
 Then creating the new image structure and dd'ing the corresponding
 images from the old VMs into the new ones. In order to do so I need to
 know what data belongs to what VM.
 Is there a trick for doing this?

 I still do have the database from the old ovirt machine, this might
 save me. Will have a look into that one tomorrow.

 Cheers,

 Boudewijn
 Hi Boudewijn,
 So we can proceed and recover your data i'd like to know -
 1. can you use the db backup? will you lose any important data if you chose 
 to use it?
 2, did you have snapshots for your vm?

 please answer so we can proceed with it, we can find methods for restoring 
 without having to perform images copy (and to restore with copying) - but 
 each way has it's implications.
 thanks,
 Liron.

Hi Liron,



Have you already been able to look at my reply on the list? It would be
great for me to be able to make some decent progress this weekend.

Cheers,

Boudewijn
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[Users] otopi.conf

2014-03-15 Thread jacek burghardt
Is there example on how to create otopi.conf file
* see option *OTOPI_PYTHON [/usr/bin/python] i guess I could point it to
python2
I hope I can get disable the attempt at installing rpm packages by yum.
I dont believe Gentoo had patched  otopi to install its packages.
ts between attempted installs of ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 and
ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64   file /usr/share/terminfo/d/dumb
conflicts between attempted installs of
ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 and
ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64   file /usr/share/terminfo/l/linux
conflicts between attempted installs of
ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 and
ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64   file /usr/share/terminfo/v/vt100
conflicts between attempted installs of
ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 and ncurses-base-5
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Re: [Users] Source code unerstanding

2014-03-15 Thread plysan
2014-03-14 23:09 GMT+08:00 aditya mamidwar aditya.mamid...@gmail.com:


 Hey,

 is there a simpler way to know which code is responsible for which module
 of the engine.

If you import the code from eclipse, you can get a good overview of the
engine code by looking at project names.

 is there a documentation maintained. or how can identify the files which
 are important for me.

There are some good docs in the wiki if you do some research, but still
many places to be fulfilled.
I think a good starting point of reading the code is the many entry points
inside EJB such as Backend.java
You can search classes marked with @Singleton, @Startup and methods marked
with @PostConstruct, it acts like main functions in regular executable java
programs.

Hope it helps :)



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Re: [Users] oVirt/RHEV Android client (Opaque) available for beta testing

2014-03-15 Thread i iordanov
Hey guys,

Just in case you missed the update I posted to the Opaque Beta test
community page (if you are using gmail it would have placed it in your
Social inbox), I wanted to mention here as well that v1.2.2 of
Opaque Beta can now record audio using the microphone of your device!

Your feedback would be highly appreciated!

Thanks,
iordan

On Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 7:43 PM, i iordanov iiorda...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi Nathanaël and everyone else interested in keyboard layouts other than
 English,

 I really didn't like the idea of releasing Opaque into production supporting
 only English (QWERTY), so I devised a method to get around a current SPICE
 protocol limitation (only being able to transmit keyboard scan codes and not
 unicode to the VM). It involves Opaque translating unicode characters
 on-device according to a user-specified layout into a series of scan codes.
 Currently English (QWERTY), German (QWERTZ), and French (AZERTY) are fully
 supported including all AltGr and dead-key combinations.

 I encourage all users of the supported layouts to give them a thorough
 beating and let me know of any issues. I'd also like to hear your opinions
 on whether such a solution can and should make it to production.

 To use a layout other than English (default), long-tap on a connection to
 edit it, then from the new drop-down select your desired layout. Once
 connected to your VM, ensure that the chosen layout there matches the layout
 you picked in the settings. For best results (i.e. for your Android keyboard
 to offer you all the possible unicode choices that your layout can produce),
 you should also use an Android keyboard that supports your language. The
 layout on your phone is not at all important, because all I need from the
 Android IME are unicode values, however, I must say that I find Hacker's
 keyboard most flexible.

 One caviat is that in order to be able to obtain the true unicode value from
 the IME, I've had to interpret ALT meta state as belonging to the KeyEvent
 rather than something that should be passed on to the VM. The reason for
 this is that on Android, some characters like the German ß appears as
 ALT+s to me, and that's the only way to properly capture it. In fact, if you
 type ALT+s manually, while using the German layout, you will get a ß on
 the remote side.

 Hence, the Hacker's keyboard ALT cannot be used as an ALT. Thankfully,
 though, there is a nice workaround. The on-screen ALT button is exempt from
 such considerations and works just fine.

 Once the project gains a larger user-base, I expect that interested people
 will be able to help me create their own keyboard layout map files. The
 final format will be documented and the documentation will be available in
 the source distribution.

 Everyone, thank you very much in advance for your input!

 Sincerely,
 iordan




 On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 11:47 AM, Nathanaël Blanchet blanc...@abes.fr
 wrote:

 Le 06/12/2013 17:31, Nathanaël Blanchet a écrit :

 Hi, just tested it, it is an unexpected good idea!
 My ovirt server is ssl only, so it was a bit complicated to get
 /etc/pki/ovirt-engine/ca.pem.
 I think it could be great to add a browser to get the ca into the
 filesystem instead of searching it into the phone, virtual keyboard is not
 convinient to type long inputs.
 Then, opaque's keyboard regional layout gave me headache. It is default
 qwerty but I need french layout, and no option to change it in the app is
 available. So, I changed the android layout keyboard into qwerty, but at
 this time while the keyboard is physically qwerty, I get a A for Q, so
 it is always inversed. Maybe I should change the spice server layout...
 So the idea is good but it is unusable with non US layout.

 Something else important : I only managed to login with admin@local and no
 external authentication (AD in my case) was possible since it is supported
 into the regular webadmin.

 Le 06/12/2013 17:11, i iordanov a écrit :

 Hi guys,

 Just a clarification that Opaque is a VM console client, not an
 infrastructure management client.

 Cheers!
 iordan


 On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 12:38 PM, i iordanov iiorda...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hello,

 We invite any interested oVirt/RHEV developers and administrators to
 beta-test Opaque, a new Android oVirt/RHEV client application.

 To opt in, please reply to this message with an email address associated
 with a Google Account, because joining the beta-test group is based on
 membership to a Google Plus community. If you don't want that email address
 posted to the mailing list, don't include it in your reply!

 Itamar or I will add you to the community and let you know that you can
 proceed to the following two steps:

 1) Please visit this page here to accept the invitation:
 https://plus.google.com/communities/116099119712127782216

 2) Once you've become a member of the Google+ group, to opt-in, visit:
 https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.undatech.opaquebeta

 You will be able to download Opaque 

Re: [Users] otopi.conf

2014-03-15 Thread Alon Bar-Lev


- Original Message -
 From: jacek burghardt jaceksburgha...@gmail.com
 To: users@ovirt.org
 Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2014 5:29:20 PM
 Subject: [Users] otopi.conf
 
 Is there example on how to create otopi.conf file
 see option OTOPI_PYTHON [/usr/bin/python] i guess I could point it to python2
 I hope I can get disable the attempt at installing rpm packages by yum.
 I dont believe Gentoo had patched otopi to install its packages.

Again, you provide partial information, no logs and no proper description of 
what you actually trying to do.
I do not understand what you try to do... is it host problem or ovirt-engine 
problem.
Gentoo port is available here[1], you can see how to modify python usage 
here[2][3].

[1] https://github.com/alonbl/ovirt-overlay
[2] 
https://github.com/alonbl/ovirt-overlay/blob/master/app-emulation/ovirt-engine/ovirt-engine-.ebuild#L227
[3] 
https://github.com/alonbl/ovirt-overlay/blob/master/app-emulation/ovirt-engine/files/gentoo-setup.env

 ts between attempted installs of ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 and
 ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 file /usr/share/terminfo/d/dumb
 conflicts between attempted installs of
 ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 and
 ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 file /usr/share/terminfo/l/linux
 conflicts between attempted installs of
 ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 and
 ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 file /usr/share/terminfo/v/vt100
 conflicts between attempted installs of
 ncurses-base-5.7-3.20090208.el6.x86_64 and ncurses-base-5

I already replied you this in another thread, for host-deploy you should add 
the following file at host side.

/etc/ovirt-host-deploy.conf.d/10-offline-packager.conf
---
[environment:init]
ODEPLOY/offlinePackager=bool:True
PACKAGER/yumpackagerEnabled=bool:False
---

Regards,
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Re: [Users] otopi.conf

2014-03-15 Thread jacek burghardt
Well what is the purpose of otopi.conf i would like otopi pointed to python
2.7 as arch linux has both 2.7 and 3.3 and python is pointed to 3.3 so
looks like to me by setting up otopi.conf to /usr/bin/python2 i could get
proper python
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Re: [Users] otopi.conf

2014-03-15 Thread Alon Bar-Lev


- Original Message -
 From: jacek burghardt jaceksburgha...@gmail.com
 To: Alon Bar-Lev alo...@redhat.com
 Cc: users@ovirt.org
 Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2014 9:22:44 PM
 Subject: Re: [Users] otopi.conf
 
 Well what is the purpose of otopi.conf i would like otopi pointed to python
 2.7 as arch linux has both 2.7 and 3.3 and python is pointed to 3.3 so
 looks like to me by setting up otopi.conf to /usr/bin/python2 i could get
 proper python
 

I already wrote you the answer.

For engine-setup, either define global environment of OTOPI_PYTHON or put a 
file /etc/ovirt-engine-setup.env.d/01-archlinux.env
---
export OTOPI_PYTHON=python2
---

For host you should have OTOPI_PYTHON at global environment or put a file 
/etc/otopi.env.d/01-archlinux.env
---
export OTOPI_PYTHON=python2
---

If all works, we can have an option within engine to override this during 
deploy.

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[Users] feedback-on-oVirt-engine-3.3.4-1.el6

2014-03-15 Thread kirtech_support

Good day, how can I create additional users for a user portal?
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