So if i need to deploy serval vms on a machine, which is going to install
ovirt engine, and serval vms on another machine, should i do the following
1.Install self-hosted engine
2.Install some vms
3.Install ovirt node on other machine
4.Install some vms on ovirt node
Thank you guys. Those information is useful for me.
It seems like we will configure VMs in the Self-hosted engine.
As I am a newcomer to oVirt system, I would like to ask another question.
Since I have already installed one oVirt engine on one physical machine and
one oVirt node on another
On Mon, Jul 17, 2017 at 10:56 AM, Nelson Lameiras <
> Hello, Can any one please help us with the problem described below?
> Nir, I'm including you since a quick search on the internet led me to
> think that you have worked on this part of the project.
On Mon, Jul 17, 2017 at 9:05 PM, Phillip Bailey wrote:
> I'm having trouble with my hosted engine setup (v4.0) and could use some
> help. The problem I'm having is that whenever I try to add additional hosts
> to the setup via webadmin, the operation fails due to
Ok, I've been ignoring this for a long time as the logs were so verbose and
didn't show anything I could identify as usable debug info. Recently one
of my ovirt hosts (currently NOT running the main engine, but a candidate)
was cycling as much as 40 times a day between "EngineUpBadHealth and
Sorry to reply to myself, but I figured it out. Putting this here for
documentation in case anyone ever runs into this as it was absolutely horrible
I had this set:
Hello, Can any one please help us with the problem described below?
Nir, I'm including you since a quick search on the internet led me to think
that you have worked on this part of the project. Please forgive me if I'm off
(I incorrectly used below the expression "patch" when I meant
Agreed on the certificate issue, I fought with it all weekend! Here's the
output of those commands:
ldap_new_connection 1 1 0
I am still troubleshooting the issue, I haven’t found any resolution to my
issue at this point yet. I need to figure out by this Friday otherwise I
need to look at Xen or another solution. iSCSI and oVIRT seems problematic.
Red Hat Certified Architect, LinuxStack
thank you for pointing me into the right direction. It turned out that I‘ve
removed an old DNS-Server. My nodes where set to use that old DNS-Server and
thus lost the capability to resolve the name.
Von: Kasturi Narra [mailto:kna...@redhat.com]
Gesendet: Montag, 17.
This is most probably certificate issue.
Can you please share output of following command:
$ ldapsearch -d 1 -H ldaps://DC3.home.doonga.org -x -s base -b ''
And also the output of following command:
$ openssl x509 -in /path/to/your/active_diretory_ca.pem -text -noout
Are you sure you added
Have you found any solution for this problem?
I’m using an FreeNAS machine to server iSCSI but I’ve the exactly same problem.
I’ve reinstalled oVirt at least 3 times during the weekend trying to solve the
At this moment my iSCSI Multipath tab is just inconsitent. I can’t see both
Since you’re deploying a new oVirt Pool I would recommend deleting everything
Moving the Management Engine to Hosted Engine is too much work for a pool that
isn’t in production yet.
On 17 Jul 2017, at 00:10, wc hung
Can you please check the following. Following could be one of the reason
why HE vm restarts every minute.
Check the error or engine health state. If it’s to do with Liveliness
check, then this is mostly an issue connecting to engine.
- Check if engine FQDN is reachable from all hosts
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