thanks for sharing your experience here.
I am not a lvmthin expert, but in the past the
**fstrim** command works fine for my needs.
See "Using fstrim to increase free space in a thin pool LV“
After a week of downtime from a thin pool that had 100% full metadata I decided
to rebuild my single node. My post was formerly titled: Ovirt 4.2.7 won't
start and drops to emergency console. I have backups of nearly all my VMs and
I am working on importing them. I went from version 126.96.36.199
OVIRT Version: 188.8.131.52-1.el7
ovs-vsctl show output:
ovs-vsctl list open output:
_uuid : 21c14833-c5cb-460c-8985-bef8543f889b
bridges : 
cur_cfg : 1
datapath_types : [netdev,
Il giorno lun 30 set 2019 alle ore 16:11 Rick A ha
> I'm wondering why after upgrading our hosts, when viewing the host
> details, it's still showing the OS Description as 184.108.40.206. We are using the
> oVirt Node. Shouldn't the OS Description show the version we just upgraded
> to? I do
On Sat, Oct 5, 2019 at 7:15 AM Strahil wrote:
> Can you check your hosts and especially their networks.
> If any network is not OK (out of sync), you can fix it from the UI.
> Best Regards,
> Strahil Nikolov
> On Oct 4, 2019 23:47, Alex Irmel Oviedo Solis wrote:
> Hello, I'm trying to
So I followed this and configured local storage. It had some default
names that I changed. It would have been either the default name, or
one I choose. In either case it would be a different name then the
Gluster storage domain the host was a part of anyway.
Once the process
We support it as part of the cinderlib integration (Managed Block
Storage), each rbd device is represented as single ovirt disk when
The integration is still in tech preview and still has a long way to
go, but any early feedback is highly appreciated
On Mon, Oct 7, 2019 at 2:20 PM Strahil
As CEPH support is quite new, we need DEV clarification.
Who can help to clarify if Ovirt supports direct RBD LUNs presented on the VMs?
Are there any limitations in the current solution ?
Strahil NikolovOn Oct 7, 2019 13:54, Dan Poltawski
> On Mon,
Thank you very much for the informations.
I'm am sorry for my lack of knowledge, but the vGPU / vm graphical
performance part is a bit confusing for me at the moment.
As far as i've understood, if some real decent graphical performance is
needed for the vms, the only proper way is to install a
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