First, In oVirt 3.6 we will enable editing a few network attributes
while there vms attached to it.
The reason this is forbidden is that until v3.6, by default, vdsm will
recreate the network for
every network edition and this can seriously disturb the network for
the running vms.
with the advent of oVirt 3.6 and our aging FC20 nodes I'm searching
for a replacement. Until today I always matched oVirt on CentOS 7.1
hypervisors to qemu 2.1.2. That would make no difference to our
already running Fedora virt-preview 2.1.3 version.
I am running a 3.6 cluster using hosted-engine. I have finally got the
cluster running and left it over the weekend. Today however in my Events
panel in the manager interface I am seeing this entry:
The Hosted Engine Storage Domain doesn't no exist. It should be imported
This issue is now resolved. I re-installed the cluster, and this error
never came back.
On 11/11/2015 5:59 PM, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 6:52 AM, Julian De Marchi
Trying to get oVirt backups working after seeing the notifications in my
admin interface that no backups have occurred.
I am having a few dramas running it. First if I just run engine-backup
mode=backup it fails as it does not have a default option for a log
file. So I musy run
Does oVirt supports Mac OS ? if so which option do I need to select under
"operating system " .
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I am trying to upload an image that I recently created under kvm and I
am getting an error:
On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 1:37 AM, Julian De Marchi
> Trying to get oVirt backups working after seeing the notifications in my
> admin interface that no backups have occurred.
> I am having a few dramas running it. First if I just run engine-backup
On 16/11/2015 4:43 PM, Yedidyah Bar David wrote:
It's most probably . If it's something else, please provide full command
line and log. Thanks!
The below command worked flawlessly. Thanks so much!
/usr/bin/engine-backup --mode=backup --file=`pwd`/test.tar --log=/tmp/test
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