Irgendwie habe ich das Gefühl, daß Dir da eine schlüsselfertige Lösung
vorschwebt, die Du direkt verticken kannst...
From what I have gathered, Redhat prefers to work with layers of abstraction.
NVMe, whether it's direct attached or over a nice (Mellanox operated dual
personality?) fabric will
Not sure I understand your interest for an older repo. I am still regularly
doing ovirt 4.3 installs just by not chosing the 4.4 repo, which is exclusively
CentOS 8 (while 4.3 is exclusively CentOS 7: You cannot mix).
Here is my current ovirt-4.3.repo:
[root@ yum.repos.d]# more ovirt-4.3.repo
I got engine-setup to complete successfully but when I try to restore a backup
I get the following error: engine-backup: command not found
Any ideas? I am baffled. I thought this would be part of the install. If anyone
knows what package this would be in I would be very grateful.
I'd say you were close!
I tried fiddling with the penalties, but that didn't do anything good.
But once I found that hosted-engine --vm-status displayed the score across the
hosts, I found them to be very low constantly, the 1600 gateway penalty seems a
I then reinstalled the
On 27-6-2020 19:49, Joop wrote:
> Hi All,
> I've got an error when I try to import a storage domain from a Synology
> NAS that used to be a 4.3.10 oVirt installation but no matter what I try
> I can't get it to import. I keep getting a permission denied error while
> with the same settings it
Most probably the hosts's ICMP echo requests to the gateway get lost. This
leads to enough penalty, so your engine is moved away from the host.
Which 'penalty' did you disable to stabilize your environment ?
На 27 юни 2020 г. 18:19:58 GMT+03:00,
I've got an error when I try to import a storage domain from a Synology
NAS that used to be a 4.3.10 oVirt installation but no matter what I try
I can't get it to import. I keep getting a permission denied error while
with the same settings it worked for the previous version oVirt.
The last update for 4.3 has caused my engine server to fail. I cannot find the
original repos for the 4.3 install that work with out missing dependencies. I
am using Centos 7 that is up to date. Can someone forward the URL for 22.214.171.124
repo installs or info so I can reinstall and hopefully
Running a couple of oVirt clusters on left-over hardware in an R niche of the
data center. Lots of switches/proxies still at 100Mbit and just checking for
updates via 'yum update' can take awhile, even time out 2 times of out 3.
The network between the nodes is 10Gbit though, faster than any
On Sat, Jun 27, 2020, 1:19 PM Staniforth, Paul <
> Hi Ayansh,
> as it's only changing the history database there isn't
> a high risk and you can run it while your system is being used,
> For piece of mind you can do a full
as it's only changing the history database there isn't a
high risk and you can run it while your system is being used,
For piece of mind you can do a full backup before, or just backup the Data
What repos do you have enabled ?
It seems you have a repo conflict.
На 26 юни 2020 г. 18:30:31 GMT+03:00, eev...@digitaldatatechs.com написа:
>I do not have a self hosted engine and did yum update whech update
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