I am running oVirt 3.6.2 (original install was 3.6) hosted-engine on a couple
of Centos 7.2 servers with SAS attached storage using the new FC support to
connect to the LUNs.
Neither the hosted-engine storage nor the hosted-engine VM show up in the GUI.
I know there have been a lot of bugs
> On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 1:31 AM, wrote:
>>> On 25-12-2015 5:26, Arik Mitschang wrote:
I have been working on a new install of ovirt 3.6 hosted-engine and ran
into difficulty adding a gluster data storage domain to host my
if your nfs issue came after a 7.2 upgrade, you may facing this naughty
bug (that disappears after a reboot) :
If you can't reboot because of production then do such:
# systemctl restart rpcbind.socket
# systemctl restart rpc-statd
Can you please attach logs?
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On Jan 28, 2016 06:09, "Peter" wrote:
> I am
I update my OVirt 3.6.1 installation to 3.6.2 this morning.
After the reboot of the server the interface numbering wasn't the same
so I had to change some cable to have them connected to the right
Everything looks OK but I receive a null pointer exception while
On Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 11:01 AM, Joop wrote:
> > Is this problem already known? Should it be sufficent to only create
> > the symbolic link? What process/service is in charge to create the link?
> I have that problem too once in a while. Restarting vdsmd will solve
> your problem
> So if you still cannot login into webadmin please do following:
> 1. Stop engine service
> systemctl stop ovirt-engine
> service ovirt-engine stop
> 2. Rotate logs
You can mix cpu types (but not AMD and Intel) if you leave the cluster
level at the lowest cpu level.
I personally don't mix cpu levels if possible, but instead create own
clusters for each cpu type in order to be able to use the newest cpu
On 27-1-2016 10:55, Gianluca Cecchi wrote:
> single physical host with oVirt 3.6.1 on CentOS 7.2
> Configured with SH Engine on NFS.
> Also NFS iso and NFS data domain present
> All 3 NFS are provided by host itself.
> 2 VMs with CentOS 7.2.
> Starting point has all ok in webadmin GUI,
I currently have an oVirt 3.5 cluster with Sandy Bridge Xeon CPU's, and I
need to add a new host for more RAM and vCPU's, however the new Xeon e5
cpu's are Haswell based.
Can I mix CPU types (Haswell and Sandy Bridge) in my cluster and will I be
able to migrate between my hosts?
still cannot login into webadmin please do following:
1. Stop engine service
systemctl stop ovirt-engine
service ovirt-engine stop
2. Rotate logs
mv engine.log engine-20160127.log
mv server.log server-20160127.log
3. Start engine
single physical host with oVirt 3.6.1 on CentOS 7.2
Configured with SH Engine on NFS.
Also NFS iso and NFS data domain present
All 3 NFS are provided by host itself.
2 VMs with CentOS 7.2.
Starting point has all ok in webadmin GUI, also the hosted_storage without
> > admin@internal ...
> > Unfortunately both engine.log and server.log ends on Jan 22th and I'd
> > really
> > like to see up-to-date logs.
> > So if you still cannot login into webadmin please do following:
> > 1. Stop engine
Thank you very much for coming back to me.
That's perfect then and answers my questions exactly.
On Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 1:57 PM, René Koch wrote:
> Hi Neil,
> You can mix cpu types (but not AMD and Intel) if you
For the second upgrade in a row, the web consoles do not work properly after an
upgrade. Suggestions would be appreciated.
When I upgraded to 3.5 and CentOS 7, spice/vnc web console would not work until
I installed custom version of websockify and novnc on the engine host.
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