I use oVirt all-in-one 3.6, is there a setting to automatically start
selected VM's when the host has rebooted? This can happen on power
failure when the UPS is running to low.
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I currently have a self-hosted setup with gluster on 1 node.
I do have other data centers with 3 other hosts and local (sharable) NFS
storage. Furthermore, I have 1 NFS export domain.
We would like to move from Gluster to NFS only on the first host.
Does anybody have any experience
I will install in the next few days a new host where Windows Server 2012
R2 should run. On my test machine I had run qemu with the cpu "Westmere"
to use Window Server 2012 R2, all other CPU's will bring a BSOD, reboot
loop or other issues.
Maybe this will help.
I'm setting up a small virtualization system that will start with one
or two hosts and then probably grow to 4-5 hosts. We will eventually be
using a shared iSCSI datastore, but right now I'll probably just use
NFS4. I'm wondering if I should stick with my plan of using oVirt
On Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 2:02 PM, Marcelo Leandro wrote:
> Thanks Martin,
> my problem resolved after the command :
> su - postgres -c "psql --command=\"ALTER DATABASE engine OWNER TO engine;\""
> i haven't ideia what started the problem,
> i restore backup following
This works if engine is up. What about if it is down? Is there no way to
easily correlate? Like maybe through vdsClient to check with VDSM on the
On Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 3:11 AM, Pavel Gashev wrote:
> You can use ovirt-shell:
> [oVirt shell
I cannot figure this out for the life of me but its been an issue. it
eventually resolves itself once everything has "settled" after I bring the
hosted-engine VM up but it takes anywhere between 15 minutes and 1 hour to
The picture is the best way I can
On Sat, Feb 6, 2016 at 12:09 PM, Charles Tassell wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I'm setting up a small virtualization system that will start with one or
> two hosts and then probably grow to 4-5 hosts. We will eventually be using
> a shared iSCSI datastore, but right now I'll
On February 6, 2016 11:00:41 PM CET, gregor wrote:
>I use oVirt all-in-one 3.6, is there a setting to automatically start
>selected VM's when the host has rebooted? This can happen on power
>failure when the UPS is running to low.
No there isn't but you can script
When I attached my NFS export domain to a data center, I see the following
message in the events log
"The Storage Domain does not contain any OVF_STORE disks. Usually the Storage
Domain does not contain OVF_STORE disks when the Storage Domain has been
previously managed with a Data Center
I installed a Windows Server 2012R2 guest. The install is good, but
when the guest boots into Windows, the Server 2012 version of the BSOD
comes up,then goes to a "DOS" screen that has an error code '0xc001'
I have tried using a VirtIO HDD and IDE; both
The problem is that you need to seal the source vm before creting the
Red Hat Israel
oVirt Engine Version: 22.214.171.124-1.el6
When cloning or creating a new vm, the network interfaces in
Note, I did mean
"the export domain and ovirt have never been used below 3.5
Thank you for your help,
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