You should import the disk. Under storage, disks, then choose import.
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From: Green, Jacob Allen /C
Sent: Tuesday, April 7, 2020 1:55 PM
To: Dan Yasny
Subject: [ovirt-users] Re: Cannot upload image
I am trying to upload
I am trying to upload an image.qcow2 from a previous kvm installation to a
block iscsi storage domain if possible, if I have to first stand up and NFS
storage domain I could do that as well and move the disk once its uploaded, I
just cannot get it uploaded.
I know there is a method for
On April 7, 2020 4:59:03 PM GMT+03:00, Gianluca Cecchi
>OK. So I set log at least at INFO level on all subsystems and tried a
>redeploy of Openshift with 3 mater nodes and 7 worker nodes.
>One worker got the error and VM in paused mode
>Apr 7, 2020, 3:27:28 PM VM worker-6 has been
There's a simple method really. You need to create a preallocated disk of
the similar size (maybe a little bit larger to be safe) and note it's UUID.
Then copy the qcow2 image to a host that has access to the storage domain
enable the LV for thie new disk using lvchange -ay /dev/mapper/vg-uuid
Is that block or file storage?
On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 1:38 PM Green, Jacob Allen /C <
>Hello, I am in a precarious situation where I need to
> upload an image to the storage domain, I understand that normally you would
> achieve this via the
Hello, I am in a precarious situation where I need to upload an
image to the storage domain, I understand that normally you would achieve this
via the upload button on the storage domain > Disks tab. However I currently do
not have the ability to import the certificate. Is there
vdsm-tool dump-volume-chains d17aa967-f7f7-4d9f-98e4-7022854da4f5
engine=# select * from images_storage_domain_view where
вт, 7 апр. 2020 г. в 19:47, Shani Leviim :
> Hi David,
> First, we need to compare the chain as it
On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 3:59 PM Gianluca Cecchi
> OK. So I set log at least at INFO level on all subsystems and tried a
> redeploy of Openshift with 3 mater nodes and 7 worker nodes.
> One worker got the error and VM in paused mode
> Apr 7, 2020, 3:27:28 PM VM worker-6 has been paused
when browsing to the admin portal of the Engine, I get a popup:
Uncaught exception occurred. Please try reloading the page. Details:
And the ui.log has the error at the end of the mail.
2020-04-07 15:54:12,255Z ERROR
First, we need to compare the chain as it is seen by the engine and the
host and see if there's a difference.
Can you please share the output of the following?
On the host:
On the engine:
On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 12:22 PM Strahil Nikolov
> The simplest way would be to say that 'blacklisting everything in
> multipath.conf' will solve your problems.
> In reality it is a little bit more complicated.
Interesting your arguments Strahil. To be digged more at my part.
I was wandering if it is possible to run ovirt node using a sudo user
instead of the root user?
Let says i want or need to disable root ssh login..
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after removing "auto generated" snapshot, the vm snapshot became to illegal
status and in the "snapshot" tab also marked in illegal status
now my vm is not booting
but "vdsm-client Volume getInfo" shows the snapshot status is legal
vdsm-client Volume getInfo \
OK. So I set log at least at INFO level on all subsystems and tried a
redeploy of Openshift with 3 mater nodes and 7 worker nodes.
One worker got the error and VM in paused mode
Apr 7, 2020, 3:27:28 PM VM worker-6 has been paused due to unknown storage
The vm has only one 100Gb virtual
Not sure that's exactly what you're looking for, but you can define an
iscsi bond (iscsi multipath) using the UI and REST API:
Note that this is a character of the DC.
Hope it helps.
Adding Sharon, maybe are there some insights you can share?
On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 5:10 PM Shareef Jalloq wrote:
> There's a rather annoying bug in the Engine UI where you can be logged out
> while actively using the system. I've been logged out
You can find here a detailed explanation about each storage type (including
NFS and block domains),
and the required steps for preparing those storages:
On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 9:33 PM Jayme
During the creation of the NFS storage, you should specify an export path.
SSHing that export path will expose you to the storage domain's content.
You can visit the "Attaching NFS Storage" section in
I haven't got an active RHEL subscription so I can't view that solution
Thanks for the log pointers though, looking in the qemu log I'm not
surprised it's crashing...
tcmalloc: large alloc 562949953421312 bytes == (nil) @ 0x7f93c080b4ef
Great, thank you very much.
Do you perhaps know if I can access the storage domain if I SSH to a node? For
instance, if I want to access a “datastore” in VMware, I SSH to a host and
Is there anything like that available for oVirt?
You may find some more information on the logs:
On the engine machine: /var/log/ovirt-engine/engine.log
On the relevant host: /var/log/vdsm/vdsm.log.
You can also attach them/send privately so we can also have a look.
On Sun, Apr 5, 2020 at 9:29 AM
On April 7, 2020 10:45:18 AM GMT+03:00, Gianluca Cecchi
>I have configured a single host HCI environment through the GUI wizard
>Initial setup has thai layout of disks, as seen by the operating
>/dev/sda -> for ovirt-node-ng OS
>/dev/nvme0n1 --> for gluster,
For Ovirt users, you can follow the instructions on that mailing thread:
On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 12:17 PM Shani Leviim wrote:
> Hi Colin,
> Export domains were
According to , you can try to update the package qemu-kvm-rhev.
(Or yum update if there're more packages related need to be upgraded).
You may also find some more information about that error on the vdsm log
and the qemu log
You can upload an ISO file as a disk using the UI:
Storage -> Disks -> upload.
Further information can be found here under the "Uploading a Disk Image to
a Storage Domain" section:
Or use the following
Export domains were deprecated already on RHV 4.
The same functionality can be achieved by importing to/from a data domain.
Starting with RHV 4.2, it is also possible to export and import VMs as OVA
files, to allow moving the VMs between different environments.
For further information,
Is there a way to mount an ISO to one of my VMs if I do not have an ISO domain,
but the ISO file is on a Data domain?
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I have configured a single host HCI environment through the GUI wizard in
Initial setup has thai layout of disks, as seen by the operating system:
/dev/sda -> for ovirt-node-ng OS
/dev/nvme0n1 --> for gluster, engine and data volumes
/dev/nvme1n1 --> for gluster, vmstore volume
On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 9:48 AM Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
> Il giorno dom 5 apr 2020 alle ore 19:32 Strahil Nikolov <
> hunter86...@yahoo.com> ha scritto:
>> Hey Sandro,
>> Can you clarify which CPUs will not be supported in 4.4 ?
> I can give the list of supported CPU according
Il giorno lun 6 apr 2020 alle ore 19:53 Strahil Nikolov <
hunter86...@yahoo.com> ha scritto:
> On April 6, 2020 10:47:33 AM GMT+03:00, Sandro Bonazzola <
> sbona...@redhat.com> wrote:
> >Il giorno dom 5 apr 2020 alle ore 19:32 Strahil Nikolov <
> >hunter86...@yahoo.com> ha scritto:
You can have another data domain named ISO. Just organize it there.
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On 6 Apr 2020, at 19:37, "eev...@digitaldatatechs.com"
My understanding is the export (data) domains will hold the iso’s and vfd files
now. Personally, I like having an ISO domain to keep those
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