I would like to know the actual size that the virtual machine is used.
I found that there is a field to show "actual size". But the number is not
I entered the server and type df -h.
The storage size of the server is about 30GB but the actual size field
shows 60 GB.
Now, we can just read how many storage used, cpu usage on ovirt dashboard.
But is there any monitoring tool for monitoring virtual machine time to
If yes, could you guys give me the procedure?
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Have an issue that feels sanlock related, but I can't get sorted with our
installation. This is 4.2.1, hosted engine. One of our hosts is stuck in a
- gets a VDSM GetStatsVDS timeout, is marked as down,
- throws a warning about not being fenced (because that's not enabled
On Wed, Mar 21, 2018 at 2:29 PM, Marcos Michel Martinez Perez
> # action=setup
for my RHEL 6.5, i have installed ovirt-guest-agent 1.0.12-2.el6.noarch.
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2018 11:34:08 +0100
Objet: Re: [ovirt-users] VM guest agent
Hi All -
Recently did this and thought it would be worth documenting. I couldnt find
any solid information on vsrx with kvm outside of flat KVM. This outlines
some of the things I hit along the way and how to fix. This is my one small
way of giving back to such an incredible open source tool
On Wed, Mar 21, 2018 at 12:41 PM, Tal Bar-Or wrote:
> Hello All,
> I am about to deploy a new Ovirt platform, the platform will consist 4
> Ovirt nodes including management, all servers nodes and storage will have
> the following config:
> *nodes server*
> 4x10G ports
Is this a safe procedure? I mean i only have this host in my cluster, what will
happen at the vm's that are assigned to the host?
From: Michael Burman
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2018 4:10 PM
To: zois roupas
Cc: Ales Musil; users
Il mer 21 mar 2018, 18:25 Marcos Michel Martinez Perez
> After performing the configuration of ovirt, that is, executing the
> engine-config, and accepting or not the parameters that it asks for, the
> wizard starts to make a series of configurations and then it
After performing the configuration of ovirt, that is, executing the
engine-config, and accepting or not the parameters that it asks for, the
wizard starts to make a series of configurations and then it throws me
[ INFO ] Stage: Transaction setup
[ INFO ] Stopping engine service
I made some progress : by allowing my NAS to map any user to admin (not the
best for security, but it is a dedicated infrastructure), this weird
permissions problem disappeared. Maybe a NFS bug somewhere ? I don't know. I
was able to redeploy a new hosted engine, and after a cleanup
Thanks for your reply!
You are right. I tried with a CentOS 6 and a CentOS 7 guest and both
picked the extra memory with no problem.
Seems it was a particular issue with the guest that I tried first.
Kernel version was older and I had to activate the memory bank as
[ ERROR ] schema.sh: FATAL: Cannot execute sql command:
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On Wed, Mar 21, 2018 at 4:32 PM, Marcos Michel Martinez Perez <
> good morning list, can someone tell me how I can solve this error?
> [ ERROR ] Failed to execute stage 'Misc configuration': Failed to start
> service 'rh-postgresql95-postgresql'
On Wed, Mar 21, 2018 at 3:17 PM, Eduardo Mayoral wrote:
> I recently tried to hot plug some memory on a VM running CentOS 6.9 with
> ovirt-guest-tools installed.
> oVirt version is 188.8.131.52-1.el7.centos
> I was careful to increment a
I recently tried to hot plug some memory on a VM running CentOS 6.9
with ovirt-guest-tools installed.
oVirt version is 184.108.40.206-1.el7.centos
I was careful to increment a multiple of 256 MB as specified in
good morning list, can someone tell me how I can solve this error?
[ ERROR ] Failed to execute stage 'Misc configuration': Failed to start
[ INFO ] Stage: Clean up
Log file is located at
I'm sorry for not explaining correctly my question, i understand that i will
have to power them off and even if i tried with powered on vm's probably ovirt
whouldn't let me remove a host. What i couldn't understand was what happens
actually to the vm's that don't "reside" on a host but again
On the fourth node, I've found
... is this the engine.log you're referring to or do you want one from
the hosted engine?
I actually do want to go replica 5. Most VM's it runs are small(1
I am about to deploy a new Ovirt platform, the platform will consist 4
Ovirt nodes including management, all servers nodes and storage will have
the following config:
4x10G ports network cards
2x10G will be used for VM network.
2x10G will be used for storage connection
We're running oVirt 4.1.9, today I put a host on maintenance, I saw one
of the VMs was taking too long to migrate so I shut it down. It seems
that just in that moment the machine ended migrating, but the shutdown
did happen as well.
Now, when I try to start the VM I'm getting the
On Sun, 11 Mar 2018 22:56:32 +
Nicolas Vaye wrote:
> i have installed one oVirt platform with 2 node and 1 HE version 220.127.116.11-1
> It seem to work fine, but i would like more information on the guest agent.
> For the HE, the guest agent seem
On Mon, 12 Mar 2018 10:48:48 +0100
Oliver Riesener wrote:
> on Debian stretch the problem is the old version of agent from stretch
> I downloaded 1.0.13 from Debian testing repo as *.deb file.
> With these new versions of guest-agent then
I can't edit/remove/modify a VM. Always show a message:
"Cannot remove VM. Related operation is currently in progress.
Please try again later"
I also used REST API
curl -k -u admin@internal:passwd -X DELETE
and the output message is the
Also noticed this.
As per the CHANGELOG of the package, the maintainer is a member of
RedHat at least until Aug 2014. Not sure if he's subscribed to this
list, though. Maybe sending him an e-mail directly? You can find it in
the /usr/share/doc/ovirt-guest-agent/changelog.Debian.gz file.
On Mon, Mar 19, 2018 at 8:34 PM, Chris Adams wrote:
> I have a reasonable feel for how to size hardware for an oVirt cluster
> with external storage (our current setups all use iSCSI to talk to a
> SAN). I'm looking at a hyperconverged oVirt+Gluster setup; are there
Even after rebooting the engine the disks are still there with same status
"Transferring via API"
On Tue, Mar 20, 2018 at 11:49 AM, Eyal Shenitzky
> Can you please take a look?
> On Tue, Mar 20, 2018 at 11:44 AM, Alex K
I'm trying to figure out how I could stop the manager with spamming
used memory exceeded threshold messages. I have a hypervisor that has
1,5TB memory and it's using about 98% of that with hugepages for sap
hana vms (configured like https://access.redhat.com/articles/3347431).
It still has
On Wed, 21 Mar 2018 05:30:25 +
Nicolas Vaye wrote:
> i want to change the network name of the existing nic for a VM with
> python SDK API ? Can i have some help please ?
> the VM name is testnico
> the nic name is nic1
> the new network name is
If you changing the host's management IP address then this is the only way
to do it. If you have only one host in the cluster, then you will need to
shut them down :(
On Wed, Mar 21, 2018 at 12:08 AM, zois roupas
> Is this a safe procedure? I mean i only have
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