On Tue, 19 Dec 2017 18:03:54 +0200
> I have oVirt node running on internal network, address range
> 192.168.0.x, and need to install virtualized server on DMZ zone
> 192.168.1.x. Server has several NICs. DMZ NIC will be connected
> directly to
2017-12-19 15:28 GMT+01:00 Roberto Nunin :
> Hi all
> I'm doing further tests deploying from scratch, with the same hardware,
> one Gluster based hyperconverged LAB.
> I'm deploying ovirt-node'ng with ISO image: ovirt-node-ng-installer-ovirt-
I have oVirt node running on internal network, address range 192.168.0.x, and
need to install virtualized server on DMZ zone 192.168.1.x.
Server has several NICs.
DMZ NIC will be connected directly to router with firewall.
What is the best solution ?
1) Undefine one NIC on CentOS host /
It's a known issue and caused by the fix for BZ - 1477589
It will also be fixed with this bug.
This message shouldn't affect the migration.
On Tue, Dec 19, 2017 at 4:28 PM, Roberto Nunin wrote:
> Hi all
> I'm doing further tests deploying from
I'm doing further tests deploying from scratch, with the same hardware, one
Gluster based hyperconverged LAB.
I'm deploying ovirt-node'ng with ISO image:
All the process works fine, no more hangs when HE deploy is at the end.
All the partitions will be persisted when gluster is installed on
the ovirt node since gluster recommends user not to create bricks in root
directory. If the gluster bricks are created in root partition then once
the update of the node is done, you will not be able to see any
Any specific reason you are looking to expand storage for
If you are running a HC setup recommended way of upgrading the
setup is to add three more hosts to the existing cluster and create volumes
out of the bricks carved from those additional
I know, that oVirt with Hosted Engine requires a replica 3 glusterfs
volume, but I'm using 4 nodes and I would like to know if is possible to
add it to the glusterfs engine volume.
Or should I always use 3, 5 and 7 hosts with hosted-engine?
What I'm doing:
gluster volume add-brick
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