I am not sure about your environment state, but you have an option to
confirm that the host 'has bee rebooted'.
It should eventually set the VMs as down in your case and set the host in
the state that will allow you to remove it.
Please see the attached screenshot.
The host is damaged, then the vms running on it also became unknown status.
I cannot remove the vm and host on ovirt web panel.
Somebody can give me saome advive ?
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I'm running 126.96.36.199-1.el7. I've exported a VM as OVA and now I'm trying to
import it in another Data Center (it's like a DR Data Center)
Import runs successfully both from GUI and from Ansible, but imported VM
disks are empty and the VM fails to boot.
How can I import disks
I’m running 188.8.131.52-1.el7. I’ve exported a VM as OVA and now
I’m trying to import it in another Data Center (it’s like a DR Data Center)
Import runs successfully both from GUI and from
Ansible, but imported VM disks are empty and the VM fails to boot.
How can I import disks
Thank you for the analysis. I have some further comments:
First off, filebench pre-writes the files before doing oltp benchmarks, so I
dont think the thin provisioning is at play here.
I will double check this, but if you dont hear otherwise, please presume that
is the case :)
Secondly, I am
I don't know. We are were running the same oVirt instance since 2017 and
updated it a lot of times, including solving some bugs/problems during the
years. The user was set on the 'vm_device_history'-table and the
'disk_vm_device_history_seq' sequence. Maybe we did it ourselves, but I
On Tue, Jul 21, 2020 at 4:32 PM None via Users wrote:
> A small update: After checking the back-upped database structure (searching
> for 'ovirt_engine_history' inside the 'engine' database), we found that the
> ovirt_engine_history user was also having permissions to a table in the
A small update: After checking the back-upped database structure (searching for
'ovirt_engine_history' inside the 'engine' database), we found that the
ovirt_engine_history user was also having permissions to a table in the engine
database, probably causing the user to be created before the
Thanks Strahil and Sandro for your replies and sorry for the delay.
Which it just is the original dnf.conf. To this, we'd apply the proxy settings
written above the question. But
Did you try changing it in the engine-config?
On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 7:24 PM Erez Zarum wrote:
> The Engine has the TimeZone types compiled, this may be an issue when one
I am looking for someone to work as a consultant or freelancer from any
I prefer someone from India as we are in the same geographical area, It
will be easy to communicate.
I am sorry, If i have posted in the wrong group/list.
Thanks & Regards,
*i prefer "i did this & i
On Tue, Jul 21, 2020 at 2:21 PM Dhanasekar Mani
> We are setting up oVirt and we are having some issues in setting up.
> Are there any oVirt members who can assist us from India ?
> We are from Bangalore.
You are most welcome to post your specific issues right here to
On Tue, Jul 21, 2020 at 2:20 AM Philip Brown wrote:
> yes I am testing small writes. "oltp workload" means, simulation of OLTP
> database access.
> You asked me to test the speed of iscsi from another host, which is very
> reasonable. So here are the results,
> run from another node in the
We are setting up oVirt and we are having some issues in setting up.
Are there any oVirt members who can assist us from India ?
We are from Bangalore.
Thanks & Regards,
*i prefer "i did this & i have done this", rather than "i will do it"*
I forgot to add the `\x on` to make the output readable, can you run it
$ psql -U engine -d engine -c "\x on" -c ""
On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 2:50 PM Arsène Gschwind
> Please find the output:
> select * from images where image_group_id =
Do you have NICs that support iSCSI -I guess you can use hardware offloading?
MTU size ?
Lattency is usually the killer of any performance, what is your round-trip time
На 21 юли 2020 г. 2:37:10 GMT+03:00, Philip Brown написа:
>AH! my apologies. It
1.My server using as ovirt host is built on virtualbox and the cpu info is:
vendor_id : GenuineIntel
cpu family : 6
model : 142
model name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8550U CPU @ 1.80GHz
cpu MHz : 1992.002
cache size : 8192
On Tue, Jul 21, 2020 at 6:56 AM Vijay Sachdeva via Users
> Hi Ritesh,
> Currently I can’t use 4.4, I am using 4.3.8 for the deployment and now
> using from CLI it got stuck here:
> I want to understand, what actually it is trying to do in the backend. Is
> it like trying
I saw through their administration panels that in Storage -> iScsi section
there are also two targets with different subnets and the command on the host
multipath -ll also showed the normal operation of the two targets.
That's mean that: multipath can not create a logic LUN which using two
is here some example to show me how to configure and use fencing to protect
vm cluster on Ovirt system ?
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