after a failed live storage migration (cause unknown) we have a snapshot
which is undeletable due to its status 'illegal' (as seen in
storage/snapshot tab). I have already found some bugs ,,
regarding this issue, but no way how to solve the issue within oVirt 3.5.3.
Further investigations showed, that the time on the target storage went
backwards due to a misconfigured NTP service. Someone has corrected the
configuration while live storage migration was running and the time
Might this be a cause for the issue?
I am failing to get a Windows Server 2012 R2 Template deploy successfully. It
seems to go through the motions but I cannot log in with the password given in
the initial run. It seems that something is failing in the sysprep part. The
ovirt docs only mention Win 7/2008. Has anyone had any
maybe can you explain more about your use-case?
in general vms in vm-pool are all stateless,
they are meant to be used by users from user portal,
that 'take a vm from pool', use it for anything, and when 'returned to pool'
the state is wiped.
currently there is no way for admin to take vms from
On Tue, Aug 25, 2015 at 8:33 AM, Michael Wagenknecht wagenkne...@fuh-e.de
how can I mark a VM as shut down when the status of the VM is ??
There is no qemu-kvm process for this VM on the node.
But I can't set the node to maintenance mode, because there is a very
Before operating a migration of my oVirt engine, I'd like to know if I can
install my manager directly as host with CentOS 7.1 and oVirt 3.5.3 without
using hosted engine.
I know that with older version we needed to use only hosted engine installation.
Thanks for your advices.
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