I have enabled Active Directory authentication for the users in oVirt (via
engine-manage-domains command using --provider=ad) and, although it works, it
takes about ~50 sec’s to process a login. I have other OSS software that
utilizes AD auth, and there is no such lag when processing
thanks for help. I tried now with fresh installation, but i have to
enter a first storage domain to the nfs path i created. So the question
is which path i have to add in engine? Create a new one on host and add
Am 2016-03-20 14:34, schrieb Joop:
Yep, that was the problem, thank you very much. :) I had the DNS
entries setup as virt-X but the hostnames were registered as ovirt-X so
it failed. Migration now works perfectly. :)
On 16-03-18 04:47 PM, Nir Soffer wrote:
On Fri, Mar 18, 2016 at 9:37 PM, Nir Soffer
Bug 1316135 was new to me and sounds very similar to my issue "(0, 17,
) [Success (Failure setting user credentials)]"
Proposed work-around with "authconfig --enablenis --update" worked for me,
although this creates an issue with the keyring authentication. I can live
with this for the
Can you please open a bug?
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On March 20, 2016 1:38:16 AM CET, Taste-Of-IT wrote:
>i want to install self-hosted-engine with nfs storage on host and
>uses this storage. i tried it but i dont know where to add the nfs
>storage for data. i first setup nfs server which is working, then
On Fri, Mar 18, 2016 at 2:03 AM, Bill James wrote:
> How do I make it that when ever I add or reinstall a hardware node that
> oVirt creates a rule for NFS, port 2049?
Search for 'IPTablesConfigSiteCustom'.
> I have to either add it manually after ovirt removes it,
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