This is a pretty vague and difficult question to answer. But what happens if
the shared storage holding the VMs is down or unavailable for a period of time?
I’m aware that a longer timeout may put the VMs on pause state, but how this is
handled? Is it a time limit? Requests limit? Who
After a week of iterations, I finally found the problem. I was setting
'PermitRootLogin no' in the global section of the bare metal OS sshd_config, as
we do on all of our servers. Instead, PermitRootLogin is set to
'without-password' in a match block to allow root logins only from a
I am running Ovirt 4.310. When I update the engine server it updates the user
ovirt-engine-ui-extensions.noarch 0:1.0.13-1.20200303git3b594b8.el7 and
migration fails. I have to downgrade to
ovirt-engine-ui-extensions-1.0.10-1.el7.noarch.rpm inorder to get migration to
There is also the API and I think there was a python script for ISO upload.
You can also import from OVA.
As you have multiple VMDKs, why don't you just upload in parallel (20-30 disk
На 6 юни 2020 г. 13:39:44 GMT+03:00, Magnus Isaksson написа:
>From what i can tell from that link is that there is only one way for my
>scenario, or have i missed something?
"Procedure 11.8. Uploading a Disk Image to a Storage Domain"
From: Strahil Nikolov
Sent: 06 June 2020 12:26
To: email@example.com ;
there are several ways to upload a disk.
For details, check
На 6 юни 2020 г.
A note to this is that we are migrating a couple of customers from a vmware
enviroment that we have no control over, we get the vmdk files on a NFS share.
its a bit over 130 VM:s and if every disk will go at 100mbit/s its quite a
Is there a faster way to import these disk
I'm running Engine 4.3.9 and have fibre channel SSD storage and 4 nodes.
When uploading disk images i get around 100mbit/s per disk, if im running 3
uploads at the same time i get about 300mbit/s combined.
Everything is connected via 10G and 16G to FC storage.
Why is it so slow? and what
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