Ive been struggling since a while to find out a propper solution to have a
full backup scenario for a production environment.
In the past, we have used Proxmox, and the scheduled incremenral nfs based
full vm backups is a thing that we really miss.
As far as i know, at this point
Any update on this?
On Thu, Sep 26, 2019, 6:20 AM Crazy Ayansh
> Hi Team,
> I am getting below error message when i am trying to import a vm from ova
> [image: image.png]
> could anyone please help me out here.
> Hosted engine version:-4.2
> Please let me know if any
I very much appreciate all help and suggestions so far.
Today I will send the test results and current mount settings for NFS4. Our
production setup is using Netapp based NFS server.
I am surprised with results from Tony’s test.
We also have one setup with Gluster based NFS, and I
You would normally do this on lower environments first to test this out.
Do you have a LAB, DEV or QA environment to use before going to PROD?
Specifically about the upgrade, I can only speak to what I did
yesterday. Had to go to 4.2.8 from 4.2.1 before going to 4.3.5 . I did
I see that oVirt 4.3.6 finally has 4k domain support.
- Would that mean that VDO enabled Gluster domains will be created without
the --emulate512 workaround?
- If the wizard to create the Gluster volumes has not yet removed that
parameter, is it safe to edit & remove it manually before creation?
Should I understand that the most tested platform will be CentOS Stream 8 ?
Will Fedora & CentOS 8 still viable option ?
Strahil NikolovOn Sep 26, 2019 16:13, Sandro Bonazzola
> Progress cannot be made without change. As technologists, we recognize this
> every day.
Il giorno gio 26 set 2019 alle ore 17:11 Gianluca Cecchi <
gianluca.cec...@gmail.com> ha scritto:
> On Thu, Sep 26, 2019 at 5:02 PM Sandro Bonazzola
>> The oVirt Project is pleased to announce the general availability of
>> oVirt 4.3.6 as of September 26th, 2019.
On Thu, Sep 26, 2019 at 5:02 PM Sandro Bonazzola
> The oVirt Project is pleased to announce the general availability of oVirt
> 4.3.6 as of September 26th, 2019.
> This update is the sixth in a series of stabilization updates to the 4.3
> This release is available
The oVirt Project is pleased to announce the general availability of oVirt
4.3.6 as of September 26th, 2019.
This update is the sixth in a series of stabilization updates to the 4.3
This release is available now on x86_64 architecture for:
* Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7 or later
Progress cannot be made without change. As technologists, we recognize this
every day. Most of the time, these changes are iterative: progressive
additions of features to projects like oVirt. Sometimes those changes are
small, and sometimes not. And that’s, of course, just talking about our
Dear list members,
I would like to upgrade my Centos 7.6 based ovirt 4.2 to 4.3.5.
How is safe the upgrade ? How is stable the actual branch ?
It seems to me, in 4.3.x there are a lot of cases caused by live migration,
snapshot deletion, etc. Are these really existing problems?
So, I'm a
On 9/26/2019 3:58 AM, Yedidyah Bar David wrote:
On Thu, Sep 26, 2019 at 3:19 AM TomK wrote:
Would anyone have a more recent wiki on changing all certificates,
including VDSM ones?
Have this page but it's for version 3.
I wasn't aware
On 9/26/2019 12:34 AM, Strahil wrote:
Unassigned in 99% of the cases means engine cannot communicate with
vdsm.service on the host.
Check that vdsm.service & glusterd.service are running.
Check gluster volume status for each volume.
If they are OK - from UI just select activate.
Ya. See my
The issue was related to the upgrade of the networking switch. It is fixed and
the services are back to normal.
Please let us know if you see any further problems.
> On 26 Sep 2019, at 09:19, Anton Marchukov wrote:
> Hello All.
> Please note that oVirt services hosted at PHX
On Thu, Sep 26, 2019 at 3:19 AM TomK wrote:
> Hey All,
> Would anyone have a more recent wiki on changing all certificates,
> including VDSM ones?
> Have this page but it's for version 3.
I wasn't aware of this page. It's quite old, but
oVirt UX team at Red Hat is currently looking for feedback and thoughts on
the area of user settings within oVirt, both the VM and Administrator
If you have any ideas around user settings, we would love to hear from you!
Please follow the link below which will take you to a short
> On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 2:35 PM Eduardo Mayoral wrote:
> They are not the same. However, much of the functionality of ovirt-ga
> was moved to qemu-ga, and the main missing feature AFAIK is SSO. No idea
> when an EL8 build is expected, I hope soon.
There's no plan to build ovirt-guest-agent
I forgot to mention I'm trying to create vm from snapshot according to the
5.241.1 add post
When creating a virtual machine from a template or from a snapshot it is
usually useful to explicitly indicate in what storage domain to create the
disks for the virtual machine. If
Please note that oVirt services hosted at PHX datacenter are not accessible.
Main services running there are:
This looks to be network related and we are working with the relevant teams to
I'm trying to create vm from a snapshot using API. If I just provide the new vm
name, source snapshot ID and cluster name the new vm is been created
successfully on the same storage domain. But if I additionally provide
diskattachments to create it on another storage I get error: "Cannot
On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 2:35 PM Eduardo Mayoral wrote:
> Just like many of you I am testing my first CentOS 8 VMs on top of ovirt.
> I am not finding the package ovirt-guest-agent.noarch . Closest I can
> find is qemu-guest-agent.x86_64
> After installing and starting it, I do see
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