hi, I'm trying to figure out how to manage VM permissions with ovirt.
>From what I've understood, if you add a user to user role in the system
>preferences, this user can access every VM and resources on the cluster, with
>the associated permissions; right ?
Now, if I want to control who has
- Original Message -
> From: "Arman Khalatyan"
> To: "Juan Pablo"
> Cc: "users" , "FERNANDO FREDIANI"
> Sent: Friday, March 3, 2017 8:32:31 PM
> Subject: Re:
Is 4.1.0 still recommneded an upgrade from 4.0.6 in production or should we
wait for 4.1.1 to comee out?
100+ critical bugs fixed sounds good but doesnt really encourage upgrading to
On 3 Mar 2017, at 14:48, Sandro Bonazzola
You're raising a very interesting issue here.
- Is the best way to do it is to create a route between the the two subnets?
You do have to configure routing between the engine and the server where
the ISO domain resides.
PS : For iSCSI ISO domain, I don't know how it will be done, I didn't
I found this one under the vdsm log:
libvirtError: internal error: process exited while connecting to monitor:
Could not access KVM kernel module: Permission denied
failed to initialize KVM: Permission denied
oVirt system tests are indeed using nested virtualization, but it is
done to run oVirt nested on top of a stand-alone KVM host, and not to
run nested stuff on top of oVirt.
The steps Fred specified can be done manually on all hosts, but oVirt
offers a slightly more automated alternative. Simply
On Sun, Mar 5, 2017 at 2:40 PM, Pavel Gashev wrote:
> Please also consider a case when a single iSCSI target has several LUNs and
> you remove one of them.
> In this case you should not logout.
Right. ovirt manages connections to storage. When you remove the last
usage of a
Please also consider a case when a single iSCSI target has several LUNs and you
remove one of them.
In this case you should not logout.
From: on behalf of Nelson Lameiras
Date: Friday, 3 March 2017 at 20:55
On Sun, Mar 5, 2017 at 1:17 PM, Chris Boot wrote:
> I've imported a number of VMs that I previously was running under a
> self-hosted libvirt configuration. Most of the VMs at the source did not
> have a cdrom device (but some did) because I just added one as I needed
Our system tests are using nested virtualization. 
Here the relevant part :
Make sure that virtualization extension is enabled on the CPU, otherwise,
you might need to enable it in the BIOS. Generally, if virtualization
extension is disabled, dmesg log would contain a line similar to:
On Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 10:48 AM, rightkicktech.gmail.com <
> I am using Virt4.1 on top glusterfs.
> I have defined two data domains, one for engine and one for vms. Also
> export and iso domains are on separate dedicated gluster volumes.
> When I try to
I've imported a number of VMs that I previously was running under a
self-hosted libvirt configuration. Most of the VMs at the source did not
have a cdrom device (but some did) because I just added one as I needed to.
Now that the VMs have been imported into oVirt, none of them have a
According to  oVirt should be accessible through IPv6 address.
>From my experience engine web can be accessed by using an URL with an
IPv6 address in a browser.
Please notice that an IPv6 literal address (not a hostname that resolves to
an IPv6 address) in a valid URL should be wrapped
I am using Virt4.1 on top glusterfs.
I have defined two data domains, one for engine and one for vms. Also export
and iso domains are on separate dedicated gluster volumes.
When I try to import a VM from the export domain the VM is imported in the
engine data domain. I would expect to be
May be it's a silly question :-) , but how are gays configuring the storage
Let me explain, if the management network and the storage network are not
on the same subnet, if you wish to upload and ISO image on an NFS storage
domain, you have to have a route between the two subnets,
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Thank you for your interest in the Configuring the backup storage as
part of the GOSC project.
The idea is to have an alternative for backing up entities like VMs,
Templates and disks from a storage domain.
oVirt has many methods of backup entities such as DB backup, import
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