Thanks for your reply. Apologies for my late reply we had a long holiday here.
To answer you:
Yes the guest VM become completely frozen and non responsive as soon as its
disk has any activity for example when we shutdown or do a yum update.
Versions of all the components involved -
Thanks for the assistance. Versions are:
Logs are attached. The GUI shows a creation date of 2017-06-23 11:30:13 for
the disk image that is stuck finalizing, so that might be a good place to start
Upgrading some nodes today, and noticed that vdsmd restarts glusterd on a node
when it activates it. This is causing a short break in healing when the shd
gets disconnected, forcing some extra healing when the healing process reports
“Transport Endpoint Disconnected” (N/A in the ovirt gui).
It seems vdsmd under 4.1.x (or something under it’s control) changes the disk
schedulers when it starts or a host node is activated, and I’d like to avoid
this. Is it preventable? Or configurable anywhere? This was probably happening
under earlier version, but I just noticed it while upgrading
Seems you hit .
Can you tell me what is the exact version of the engine ?
On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 10:29 PM, Charles Tassell
> Sure, it's pretty big so I've put it online for download at
On Sun, Jul 2, 2017 at 2:08 AM, Mike DePaulo wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I have ovirt 4.1.1/4.1.2 running on 3 hosts with a gluster hosted engine.
> I was working on setting up a network for gluster storage and
> migration. The addresses for it will be 10.0.20.x, rather
You can manually do the resize (Steps here are for FC) :
- Move the Storage Domain to maintenance
- First locate the LUN ID you want to refresh with :multipath -ll
On each hosts:
- Run : rescan-scsi-bus.sh
- Run: multipathd resize map 3600a0b800075de8f0e3a52ddf25f (replace
Can you provide the VDSM logs ?
On Sat, Jul 1, 2017 at 11:21 AM, Iman Darabi wrote:
> i moved my host to maintenance mode and upgrade it. then restarted server.
> after restarting, i activated server but the data domain is inactive and i
> get the
In which state was the domain before it got destroyed? If it was in
maintenance state and your oVirt version is higher than 4.0, the VMs
configuration files (ovf) are saved on the domain upon its movement to
Hence, in case it went through a graceful maintenance procedure, all
Thanks for the logs.
What exact version are you using ? (VDSM,engine)
Regarding the upload issue, can you please provide imageio-proxy and
imageio-daemon logs ?
Issue in  looks with the same symptoms, but we need more info.
Regarding the template issue, it looks like .
On Sat, Jul 1, 2017 at 8:51 PM, Doug Ingham wrote:
> Only problem I would like to manage is that I have gluster network shared
>> with ovirtmgmt one.
>> Can I move it now with these updated packages?
> Are the gluster peers configured with the same hostnames/IPs as your
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