I think if you should be fine to rerun engine-setup in the engine-vm since
you didn't join a cluster. If you don't want to have to retype the answers
just be sure to change the cluster name in the answer file.
[root@engine1 ~]# engine-setup --help
I realize now I shouldn't have set the default cluster name, is there a
way I can resume the install of the hosted engine?
I've got the engine up and running, so I just need to jump in from after
the engine install.
Checking for oVirt-Engine status at
I just upgraded from 3.6.3 to 3.6.5, but the hosted engine vm still not
visible in vms list.
Its running on iscsi storage domain. The hosted_storage status is
"Inactive", cross data center status is "Locked".
I didn't find anything interesting in engine or vdsm log file.
Is there any
So far I created this solution for immediate remedy:
I created this general RFE, that would help in our situation:
However, this RFE is not all what I have in my mind.
I am thinking if
I already tried that one, but still unable to add host running CentOS 6.7
to ovirt-engine 3.6, BUT I managed to add this host when I Install CentOS 7
on it, then add this to ovirt-engine 3.6 with different Cluster.
Thanks for the help, really appreciate it :)
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