VMs use a vNIC on ovirtmgmt logical network. There should be nothing to do with
the engine itself.
It was working fine for us after we are able to load the drivers properly.
> On 3 Feb 2018, at 23:07, Vincent Royer wrote:
> Thanks I tried it and it did in fact
Thanks I tried it and it did in fact work. Just threw me off because all
the instructions say to load the floppy.
My windows install got right up to the point where it was loading the NICs,
and then it all came crashing down. I expected the VMs and the engine to
be able to share the same NIC,
We had to do the swapping CD trick for Windows 10 yes.
Dr Christophe Trefois, Dipl.-Ing.
Technical Specialist / Post-Doc
UNIVERSITÉ DU LUXEMBOURG
LUXEMBOURG CENTRE FOR SYSTEMS BIOMEDICINE
Campus Belval | House of Biomedicine
6, avenue du Swing
T: +352 46 66
On Feb 3, 2018 3:24 PM, "Alex K" wrote:
I have reproduced the backups failure. The VM that failed is named
Win-FileServer and is a Windows 2016 server 64bit with 300GB of disk.
During the cloning step the VM went unresponsive and I had to stop/start
I have problems start HostedEngine after upgrading Ovirt from version
3.6 to 4.0.
VM starts, but boot is not continue properly. If I are connected via
vnc, i can see smbios…, machine id…, and nothing more.
I was able to start HE vm by changing the type of emulatedMachine
I am trying to install Windows 10 on Ovirt 4.2
I pushed the virtio-win iso and vfd files to my ISO domain. I created the
VM and loaded the CD rom with the windows install ISO and in the "run once"
settings I chose the virtio-win selection as a floppy. However when
entering windows setup, there
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