On Tue, Aug 18, 2020 at 8:51 PM Michael Jones wrote:
> On 18/08/2020 17:58, Nir Soffer wrote:
> it does sound as if, my problems are around the fact that i am using an
> all-in-one box, (host and engine all in one);
> This explains
Have you added the hostname to the known_hosts file or setup passwordless
ssh for the single node?
Ansible requires a passwordless ssh to ensure root access to automate the
If yes, then probably this issue is fixed in the next build of
Can you try to
Ok, after all of the questions I've pestered you guys with, I'm actually
getting started. Thank you all for your help.
A few of questions right off the bat.
For this install, I'm installing the latest (4.4.2) onto CentOS 8.
1) What's the difference between the `ovirt-hosted-engine-setup`
Usually the cockpit deployment is generating an ansible play which you can edit
before running it.
На 18 август 2020 г. 20:57:36 GMT+03:00, "Raphael Höser"
>I don't use ansible for the deployment of the hosted engine right now,
>but like I said the
I don't use ansible for the deployment of the hosted engine right now, but like
I said the ovirt-hosted-engine-setup:command.
Can you tell me where I can find the required ansible plays, then I'll try.
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On 18/08/2020 17:58, Nir Soffer wrote:
>> it does sound as if, my problems are around the fact that i am using an
>> all-in-one box, (host and engine all in one);
> This explains how that you can install all-in-one when engine is a VM
I guess you can experiment a little bit.
Have you tried to 'inject' a task before the failing one to add the options
you need via 'blockinfile' or 'lineinfile'.
I think the simplest way is to add a 'pause' task , that will give you enough
- Find the IP of the local engine vm
- ssh to
i admit that I have some cases with Gluster Hyperconverged, but having in mind
that I'm always on the bleeding edge (I'm a little bit behind on my oVirt now)
with 1 Gluster version ahead of the default for oVirt -> I think it's
It doesn't matter which storage
On Tue, Aug 18, 2020 at 7:10 PM Michael Jones wrote:
> Thanks for the help, not sure if this is a top post or bottom post mail
> list, feel free to tell me off;
We don't have strict rules, but I think that bottom posting will be better, even
better selecting the relevant parts in your reply.
Thanks for the help, not sure if this is a top post or bottom post mail
list, feel free to tell me off;
it does sound as if, my problems are around the fact that i am using an
all-in-one box, (host and engine all in one);
On Tue, Aug 18, 2020 at 4:06 PM Michael Jones wrote:
> I have image upload/download working on some older ovirt servers where
> it still has the split daemon/proxy...
> on one newer one this feature is not working;
> software in use:
> CentOS 8
On Tue, Aug 18, 2020, 09:14 Steven Bach via Users wrote:
> Hello All,
> I installed Ovirt node 220.127.116.11 from the ovirt ISO, IP 192.168.1.53/24
> I setup the self hosted engine by logging into the web interface,
> configured it for 192.168.1.55/24 IP on the default generated bridge
I have image upload/download working on some older ovirt servers where
it still has the split daemon/proxy...
on one newer one this feature is not working;
software in use:
On Tue, Aug 18, 2020 at 6:07 AM Rodrigo Mauriz wrote:
Hi Rodrigo, I'm moving the discussion to ovirt users list, which is the right
place to discuss this:
> When I try to upload an ISO file by:
> Storage -> Storage Domains -> Disks
No one have this kind of problem?
We use OVA export to make some backup, but the whole task takes a lot of
time because only one ansible-playbook
"/usr/share/ovirt-engine/playbooks/ovirt-ova-export.yml" run at the same
Il 13/08/2020 10:14, Tommaso - Shellrent via Users ha scritto:
I'm currently installing OVirt 4.4 on CentOS 8 in an hosted engine setup and it
fails during ovirt-hosted-engine-setup.
Because of our corporate proxy, some changes to the dnf.conf is needed (namely
proxy_auth_method=basic) and the config is working fine when running dnf
On Sat, Aug 15, 2020 at 9:24 AM Alex K wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 14, 2020, 16:50 Bob Franzke via Users wrote:
>> OK thanks for the reply. As you can perhaps tell I am a complete noob with
>> Ovirt. The fact its working now at all is a complete miracle.
>> >>> I see 2 approaches on fixing
I installed Ovirt node 18.104.22.168 from the ovirt ISO, IP 192.168.1.53/24
I setup the self hosted engine by logging into the web interface,
configured it for 192.168.1.55/24 IP on the default generated bridge
interface and setup a FQDN that is resolvable via DNS.
Setup NFS storage, and
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