Thanks Ondra that link is useful,
Do you have any Idea why VDSM disable balloon concept for RHEV and use for
all non-RHEV ?
Please refer to below link.
*"Currently the balloon memory device is being created by default by
libvirt for non
You will need to add the hosts to oVirt only to manage the gluster
deployment -i.e creation of volumes, setting volume options, add/remove
bricks, monitoring gluster volume.
To consume the gluster volume as storage domain, you don't necessarily need
to add the hosts (in a non-hyperconverged
I have a cluster that is running OVirt 4.0.5-2, and I notice in the
vdsm.log when I try to migrate I keep seeing this error:
vmId=`e2390382-ee5b-4552-a980-487143885802`::migration destination error:
On Tue, 10 Jan 2017 12:50:12 -0500 summit wrote:
SH> I have tried the SPICE HTML5 client, and I get an error: "WebSocket
SH> error: Can't connect to websocket on URL [snip] [object Event]" So I
SH> tried giving noVNC a go, but noDice: "Server disconnected (code: 1006)"
SH> What I found on
Okay, so I'm just a bit desperate here. I've spent hours trying to troubleshoot
this issue hunting through every link and page I could find on it, but nothing.
I have oVirt setup on a machine, everything seems to be working, I can make VMs
and they seem to be running properly, however I cannot
You are right! But I think isn't correct that the command fail if the
iso domain isn't available.
I'ts ok if the comman fail when the self hosted engine storage is not
available, but not for iso domain.
Il 10/01/2017 17.47, Martin Sivak ha scritto:
the appliance we publish
Yes, if `Guaranteed memory` and `defined memory` are equal, you are
allowed to create a VM.
The difference between those you may find here:
On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 3:00 PM, TranceWorldLogic .
the appliance we publish actually does not enable the ISO domain on
the VM anymore for exactly this reason. I believe we mention this in
the documentation somewhere too.
Please do not put or disable all domains that are served from inside
the engine VM.
I have a testing oVirt installation with only one host and running self
If I put host in global maintenance mode:
hosted-engine --set-maintenance --mode=global
then ssh into self hosted engine VM, shoutdown VM using 'init 0', when
I run on the host:
On Fri, Jan 6, 2017 at 3:51 PM, Nathanaël Blanchet wrote:
> There was a last error in the script :
> snap_service = snaps_service.snapshot_service(snap.id) instead of
> snap_service = snaps_service.snap_service(snap.id)
> For those who are interested in using a full
On 01/06/2017 02:44 PM, Nathanaël Blanchet wrote:
> Le 06/01/2017 à 13:39, Juan Hernández a écrit :
>> On 01/06/2017 12:20 PM, Nathanaël Blanchet wrote:
>>> Le 04/01/2017 à 18:55, Juan Hernández a écrit :
On 01/04/2017 05:38 PM, Nathanaël Blanchet wrote:
> Le 04/01/2017 à 15:41,
On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 8:12 PM, Doug Ingham wrote:
> Hey all,
> Each of my hosts/nodes also hosts its own gluster bricks for the storage
> domains, and peers over a dedicated FQDN & interface.
> For example, the first server is setup like the following...
Each of my hosts/nodes also hosts its own gluster bricks for the storage
domains, and peers over a dedicated FQDN & interface.
For example, the first server is setup like the following...
eth0: v0.dc0.example.com (10.10.10.100)
eth1: s0.dc0.example.com (10.123.123.100)
As it's a
Thanks for your help Ondra,
Now I able to allocate 300MB memory for VM.
But I observe some different behaviour than mention in your mail, let me
Let consider, parameter memory value is M.
And parameter for guaranteed memory value is G
Case 1> M < G => Fail to create VM got same error.
You must make sure you have `memory` attribute higher then `memory_guaranteed`
For example this will work:
and this won't work:
I was also getting same issue.
And found that it work only for 1024 MB memory size. It may be due to
"Blank" template value, not sure.
Please someone help us to figure out this problem.
On Mon, Jan 9, 2017 at 10:36 PM, Logan Kuhn
I'm working on a program that should take a set of variables for the name,
ram and disk space as well as how many disks (IE, 3 at 10, 15 and 20GB).
Most of that works, but if I try and specify an integer value for memory it
will seemingly always fail. I'm using Python 3, code and error are below.
> I have installed ovirt engine 4.0.5 on centos 7.3. I installed
> ovirt-node on a separate phyical system and added it to ovirt-engine.
> I installed windows 7 in a VM on the node. I installed all the virtio
> drivers in the guest. The protocol used by me to access VM is Spice
The oVirt Project is pleased to announce the general availability of oVirt
4.0.6, as of January 10th, 2016.
This release is available now for:
* Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 or later
* CentOS Linux (or similar) 7.3 or later
* Fedora 23 (tech preview)
This release supports Hypervisor Hosts
On Mon, Jan 9, 2017 at 6:06 PM, Logan Kuhn wrote:
> I'm working on a program that should take a set of variables for the name,
> ram and disk space as well as how many disks (IE, 3 at 10, 15 and 20GB).
> Most of that works, but if I try and specify an integer value for
that feature didn't become production ready.
The Ansible modules don't support it.
Maybe you can take a look at following feature:
This one should be supported by Ansible modules,
we support adding external
We've several templates that have their disks replicated (copied) on all
our Storage Domains. Problem is that we create our VmPools using
PythonSDK, and it usually creates the pool on one of our Storage Domains
that has a small amount of free disk space.
Some of the Data Stores have
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