Re: [ovirt-users] Self-hosted engine: Host cannot activate

2015-12-28 Thread Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
I have similar issues with all the hosts I add to oVirt. Ovirtmgmt is 
unassigned after setup while every server has a static address. 

What I can do is assign ovirtmgmt to an interface, set the static IP again, 
save it and then press the activate button on the host tab. After that all is 
fine

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Van: users-boun...@ovirt.org [mailto:users-boun...@ovirt.org] Namens Alan 
Murrell
Verzonden: dinsdag 29 december 2015 3:16
Aan: users@ovirt.org
Onderwerp: [ovirt-users] Self-hosted engine: Host cannot activate

I am attempting to install oVirt 3.6 on a CentOS7 host.  it is a single server, 
so I am trying to install a self-hosted engine.  I am able to install oVirt 3.5 
self-hosted engine, but am having some problems doing it with 3.6.

Everything appears to go fine; the engine-setup completes successfully.  On the 
host, I pressed"1" to indicate engine-setup was complete, and it can connect to 
the webadmin but the host never becomes operational.

I am able to log in to the webadmin, and indeed the host is in a 
non-operational state.  When I click on the host then click on the "Virtual 
networks" tab, all my interfaces are showing a red arrow.

When I click on "Setup Host Networks", my "ovirtmgmt" network is unassigned.  
Believing this to be why my host is not operational (since it is under 
"Required"), I assigned it to my management interface, but the interfaces still 
remain red.  In addition, the "ovirtmgmt" network does have a green arrow, but 
also the icon indicating "Out of sync".  If I click on "Sync All Networks", I 
get the following error:

"Error while executing action SyncAllHostNetworks: Network is currently being 
used"

which makes sense, since "ovirtmgmt" is assigned/in use.  I am unable to 
unassign ovirtmgmt.

Current status is this:

   - All network interfaces are showing the red "down" arrow
   - "ovirtmgmt" is assigned to my management NIC, but indicating that it is 
out of sync
   - I am unable to unassign the "ovirtmgmt" network (or at least, if I do, the 
"OK" button is greyed out)

I could destroy the engine VM and go through the setup again, with the idea of 
once it is installed and waiting for the host to become operational, I could do 
a "Sync All Networks" and see if the networks turn green and go from there.

I wanted to see what sort of insight I could get from here first.  I am not 
sure what logs would be useful to you, so let me know what you want to see and 
I and make them available (I will likely zip them up and post a link)

Something else I could try if this becomes a "puzzler" is to do a 3.5.x 
self-hosted engine then perform an in-place upgrade to 3.6 and see if that 
works?  I would rather try to help make a direct 3.6 install work, though...

Thanks, in advance! :-)

Regards,

Alan
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Re: [ovirt-users] Spice SSL Certificate

2015-12-23 Thread Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
It’s a clean 3.6 install, and I installed the proxy later on.

I did run the engine-setup command again (don’t know if it creates a new CA 
every time?)

And also used this command as given in the bugreport:
engine-setup 
--otopi-environment="OVESETUP_CONFIG/websocketProxyConfig=bool:True"


Van: Michal Skrivanek [mailto:mskri...@redhat.com]
Verzonden: woensdag 23 december 2015 13:42
Aan: Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
CC: users@ovirt.org
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] Spice SSL Certificate



On 23 Dec 2015, at 13:18, Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN 
<kristof.vandeneyn...@politiewestkust.be<mailto:kristof.vandeneyn...@politiewestkust.be>>
 wrote:
I was trying to get Spice or VNC to work on Firefox. After activating the 
ovirt-websocket-proxy settings (using this guide 
https://access.redhat.com/solutions/718653)

I kept on getting error - Server disconnected (code: 1006). This pointed me to 
other posts stating it was a certificate issue. After doing some research I 
found  post: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1098574

So I started tracing the messages: grep -i 'websocket.*trace' /var/log/messages

Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,314 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 Got SIGTERM, exiting
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,314 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 In exit
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,514 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 WebSocket server settings:
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,515 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - Listen on *:6100
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,515 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - Flash security policy server
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,515 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - SSL/TLS support
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,515 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - Deny non-SSL/TLS connections
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,515 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - Recording to '/tmp/websocketproxy_trace.log.*'
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,519 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - proxying from *:6100 to targets in /dummy
Dec 23 13:47:19 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:19,543 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 handler exception: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:1390: error:14094412:SSL 
routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert bad certificate
Dec 23 13:48:12 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:48:12,328 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 handler exception: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:1390: error:14094412:SSL 
routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert bad certificate
Dec 23 13:49:49 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:49:49,420 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 handler exception: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:1390: error:14094412:SSL 
routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert bad certificate
Dec 23 13:55:36 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:55:36,114 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 handler exception: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:1390: error:14094418:SSL 
routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:tlsv1 alert unknown ca
Dec 23 13:56:40 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:56:40,201 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 handler exception: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:1390: error:14094418:SSL 
routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:tlsv1 alert unknown ca

So I added the certificate by surfing to https://(ovirt)/ca.crt
which gives following box in firefox :

[cid:image001.png@01D13D87.DAD0A080]

So I assume it would be OK now? Nevertheless it still doesn’t work! 
/var/log/messages still shows the same error? On another post I found that 
someone surfed to https://(ovirt):6100 and accepted the certificiate there. So 
I did the same thing which solved my problem immediately.

I don’t quite understand the issue, feels like the CA is not getting authorized 
or the 2 certificates do not belong to the same CA ?

Indeed it looks like two different CAs. Can you please check whether they are 
the same or not? How did you install the websocket proxy, together at the same 
time as you installed engine or later? Was it an upgrade from 3.5?
Note you need the proxy only for web-based clients, remote-viewer (or custom 
vnc viewer) doesn't need any

Thanks,
michal



I can continue like this, but I feel it should be easier to complete?


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[ovirt-users] Spice SSL Certificate

2015-12-23 Thread Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
I was trying to get Spice or VNC to work on Firefox. After activating the 
ovirt-websocket-proxy settings (using this guide 
https://access.redhat.com/solutions/718653)

I kept on getting error - Server disconnected (code: 1006). This pointed me to 
other posts stating it was a certificate issue. After doing some research I 
found  post: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1098574

So I started tracing the messages: grep -i 'websocket.*trace' /var/log/messages

Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,314 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 Got SIGTERM, exiting
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,314 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 In exit
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,514 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 WebSocket server settings:
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,515 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - Listen on *:6100
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,515 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - Flash security policy server
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,515 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - SSL/TLS support
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,515 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - Deny non-SSL/TLS connections
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,515 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - Recording to '/tmp/websocketproxy_trace.log.*'
Dec 23 13:47:07 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:07,519 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824   - proxying from *:6100 to targets in /dummy
Dec 23 13:47:19 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:47:19,543 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 handler exception: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:1390: error:14094412:SSL 
routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert bad certificate
Dec 23 13:48:12 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:48:12,328 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 handler exception: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:1390: error:14094412:SSL 
routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert bad certificate
Dec 23 13:49:49 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:49:49,420 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 handler exception: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:1390: error:14094412:SSL 
routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert bad certificate
Dec 23 13:55:36 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:55:36,114 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 handler exception: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:1390: error:14094418:SSL 
routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:tlsv1 alert unknown ca
Dec 23 13:56:40 ovirt36 2015-12-23 13:56:40,201 ovirt-websocket-proxy: INFO 
msg:824 handler exception: [Errno 1] _ssl.c:1390: error:14094418:SSL 
routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:tlsv1 alert unknown ca

So I added the certificate by surfing to https://(ovirt)/ca.crt
which gives following box in firefox :

[cid:image001.png@01D13D83.B2200CB0]

So I assume it would be OK now? Nevertheless it still doesn't work! 
/var/log/messages still shows the same error? On another post I found that 
someone surfed to https://(ovirt):6100 and accepted the certificiate there. So 
I did the same thing which solved my problem immediately.

I don't quite understand the issue, feels like the CA is not getting authorized 
or the 2 certificates do not belong to the same CA ?

I can continue like this, but I feel it should be easier to complete?


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Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

2015-12-22 Thread Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
Before installing the oVirt Node I set the ifcfg-enp3s0 to a static address (no 
dhcp server availaible on this network).

After installing the Node through the oVirt interface I was still able to 
connect to the server using that address.
After reboot the IP was still active. After connecting the ovirtmgmt to that 
interface I saw that is was set to DHCP (but the static IP was filled in the 
grayed out boxes)  so probably something has gone wrong during the install of 
the VDSM package?


Van: Ido Barkan [mailto:ibar...@redhat.com]
Verzonden: dinsdag 22 december 2015 10:32
Aan: Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
CC: users@ovirt.org
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

Hi Kristof.
By inspecting the logs (supervdsm.log) I see the following:
Adding the management network on the host started here:

MainProcess|jsonrpc.Executor/4::DEBUG::2015-12-21 
15:40:04,620::supervdsmServer::114::SuperVdsm.ServerCallback::(wrapper) call 
setupNetworks with ({u'ovirtmgmt': {u'nic': u'enp3s0', u'mtu': u'1500', 
u'bootproto': u'dhcp', u'STP': u'no', u'bridged': u'true', u'defaultRoute': 
True}}, {}, {u'connectivityCheck': u'true', u'connectivityTimeout': 120}) {}
as part of the network configuration vdsm tries to call `ifup` on the bridge 
named ovirtmgmt:

ifup-waiting-on-dhcp::DEBUG::2015-12-21 
15:40:04,854::utils::669::root::(execCmd) /usr/bin/systemd-run --scope 
--unit=8bcdacee-4849-453d-a68f-2251e168d466 --slice=vdsm-dhclient 
/usr/sbin/ifup ovirtmgmt (cwd None)
This fails after ~1 minute:

ifup-waiting-on-dhcp::DEBUG::2015-12-21 
15:41:08,184::utils::687::root::(execCmd) FAILED:  = 'Running as unit 
8bcdacee-4849-453d-a68f-2251e168d466.scope.\n';  = 1
and then the vdsm gives up after 2 minuets (see the parameter: 
u'connectivityTimeout': 120) when it no longer hears the keepalive ping from 
the engine.
I guess that somehow the DHCP process on your network is not operating properly.
To work around this (until you sort out the DHCP issues)- configure ovirtmgmt 
management to have a static IP.
Ido


On Mon, Dec 21, 2015 at 4:04 PM, Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN 
<kristof.vandeneyn...@politiewestkust.be<mailto:kristof.vandeneyn...@politiewestkust.be>>
 wrote:
Hey Dan,

I reïnstalled the 3.6 on CentOS 7 (this was the issue as vdsm is no longre 
build for 6.7).
It's a fresh install of CentOs, only configured the adapter for a static IP and 
then the install of the oVirt Node.
 Installation goes well until following errors popup:


Dec 21, 2015 3:42:45 PM
Host KVM1 installation failed. Failed to configure management network on the 
host.

Dec 21, 2015 3:42:45 PM
Failed to configure management network on host KVM1 due to setup networks 
failure.

Dec 21, 2015 3:42:45 PM
VDSM KVM1 command failed: connectivity check failed

I included both vdsm.log  & supervdsm.log

---

I did a reboot, the ovirtmgmt was not linked to the adapter (enp3s0). Tried to 
link it manually which worked without hassle...

So now everything seems OK. I'll test further with the 3.6 now and hope it all 
goes like this now

-Oorspronkelijk bericht-
Van: users-boun...@ovirt.org<mailto:users-boun...@ovirt.org> 
[mailto:users-boun...@ovirt.org<mailto:users-boun...@ovirt.org>] Namens Kristof 
VAN DEN EYNDEN
Verzonden: maandag 21 december 2015 11:41
Aan: 'users@ovirt.org<mailto:users@ovirt.org>'
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

Hey Dan,

Thanks for your response.

VDSM was the first problem when installing oVirt 3.6 on CentOS, it couldn't 
find the package and while browsing through the repos I couldn't find it 
either. So that was the first issue.. I tried compiling vdsm myself which 
didn't work either and I ended up using the VDSM package under the 3.5 release. 
Any idea how to tackle this?

If I have the time I'll try to reinstall 3.6 and note all the issues I find on 
the way. Can't recover those files as the server is complete messed up after my 
previous efforts

Kind regards !
Kristof




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Van: Dan Kenigsberg [mailto:dan...@redhat.com<mailto:dan...@redhat.com>]
Verzonden: maandag 21 december 2015 11:19
Aan: Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN; edwa...@redhat.com<mailto:edwa...@redhat.com>
CC: 'users@ovirt.org<mailto:users@ovirt.org>'
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

On Thu, Dec 17, 2015 at 03:33:28PM +, Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> After trying to install oVirt 3.6 on CentOs which was a lot of pain, I ended 
> up installing 3.5 without hassle.

Would you provide more information (logs, screenshots) about the pains of 
installing ovirt-3.6? These days, most of the development effort is focused on 
stabilizing 3.6. No further releases of ovirt-3.5.z are expected (up to 
horrible security bugs, etc), so we advise using 3.6 in new instllations.

>
> BUT Now I'm trying to configure the network for my first cluster host but I'm 
> having troubles doing so.
>
> Th

Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

2015-12-22 Thread Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
Hey Ido,
But I didn’t set anything to DHCP ? So where does that come from



Van: Ido Barkan [mailto:ibar...@redhat.com]
Verzonden: dinsdag 22 december 2015 10:54
Aan: Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
CC: users@ovirt.org
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

Configuring the management network with DHCP causes VDSM to try and configure
the NIC that with a bridge on top of it with DHCP.
This has failed and VDSM automatically reverted the NIC configuration to its 
original
static IP configuration.
The installation of VDSM went OK, but the configuration of the management 
network
have failed because the assignment of a DHCP address failed.
Ido

On Tue, Dec 22, 2015 at 11:46 AM, Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN 
<kristof.vandeneyn...@politiewestkust.be<mailto:kristof.vandeneyn...@politiewestkust.be>>
 wrote:
Before installing the oVirt Node I set the ifcfg-enp3s0 to a static address (no 
dhcp server availaible on this network).

After installing the Node through the oVirt interface I was still able to 
connect to the server using that address.
After reboot the IP was still active. After connecting the ovirtmgmt to that 
interface I saw that is was set to DHCP (but the static IP was filled in the 
grayed out boxes)  so probably something has gone wrong during the install of 
the VDSM package?


Van: Ido Barkan [mailto:ibar...@redhat.com<mailto:ibar...@redhat.com>]
Verzonden: dinsdag 22 december 2015 10:32
Aan: Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
CC: users@ovirt.org<mailto:users@ovirt.org>
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

Hi Kristof.
By inspecting the logs (supervdsm.log) I see the following:
Adding the management network on the host started here:

MainProcess|jsonrpc.Executor/4::DEBUG::2015-12-21 
15:40:04,620::supervdsmServer::114::SuperVdsm.ServerCallback::(wrapper) call 
setupNetworks with ({u'ovirtmgmt': {u'nic': u'enp3s0', u'mtu': u'1500', 
u'bootproto': u'dhcp', u'STP': u'no', u'bridged': u'true', u'defaultRoute': 
True}}, {}, {u'connectivityCheck': u'true', u'connectivityTimeout': 120}) {}
as part of the network configuration vdsm tries to call `ifup` on the bridge 
named ovirtmgmt:

ifup-waiting-on-dhcp::DEBUG::2015-12-21 
15:40:04,854::utils::669::root::(execCmd) /usr/bin/systemd-run --scope 
--unit=8bcdacee-4849-453d-a68f-2251e168d466 --slice=vdsm-dhclient 
/usr/sbin/ifup ovirtmgmt (cwd None)
This fails after ~1 minute:

ifup-waiting-on-dhcp::DEBUG::2015-12-21 
15:41:08,184::utils::687::root::(execCmd) FAILED:  = 'Running as unit 
8bcdacee-4849-453d-a68f-2251e168d466.scope.\n';  = 1
and then the vdsm gives up after 2 minuets (see the parameter: 
u'connectivityTimeout': 120) when it no longer hears the keepalive ping from 
the engine.
I guess that somehow the DHCP process on your network is not operating properly.
To work around this (until you sort out the DHCP issues)- configure ovirtmgmt 
management to have a static IP.
Ido


On Mon, Dec 21, 2015 at 4:04 PM, Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN 
<kristof.vandeneyn...@politiewestkust.be<mailto:kristof.vandeneyn...@politiewestkust.be>>
 wrote:
Hey Dan,

I reïnstalled the 3.6 on CentOS 7 (this was the issue as vdsm is no longre 
build for 6.7).
It's a fresh install of CentOs, only configured the adapter for a static IP and 
then the install of the oVirt Node.
 Installation goes well until following errors popup:


Dec 21, 2015 3:42:45 PM
Host KVM1 installation failed. Failed to configure management network on the 
host.

Dec 21, 2015 3:42:45 PM
Failed to configure management network on host KVM1 due to setup networks 
failure.

Dec 21, 2015 3:42:45 PM
VDSM KVM1 command failed: connectivity check failed

I included both vdsm.log  & supervdsm.log

---

I did a reboot, the ovirtmgmt was not linked to the adapter (enp3s0). Tried to 
link it manually which worked without hassle...

So now everything seems OK. I'll test further with the 3.6 now and hope it all 
goes like this now

-Oorspronkelijk bericht-
Van: users-boun...@ovirt.org<mailto:users-boun...@ovirt.org> 
[mailto:users-boun...@ovirt.org<mailto:users-boun...@ovirt.org>] Namens Kristof 
VAN DEN EYNDEN
Verzonden: maandag 21 december 2015 11:41
Aan: 'users@ovirt.org<mailto:users@ovirt.org>'
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

Hey Dan,

Thanks for your response.

VDSM was the first problem when installing oVirt 3.6 on CentOS, it couldn't 
find the package and while browsing through the repos I couldn't find it 
either. So that was the first issue.. I tried compiling vdsm myself which 
didn't work either and I ended up using the VDSM package under the 3.5 release. 
Any idea how to tackle this?

If I have the time I'll try to reinstall 3.6 and note all the issues I find on 
the way. Can't recover those files as the server is complete messed up after my 
previous efforts

Kind regards !
Kristof




-Oorspronkelijk bericht-
Van: Dan Kenigsberg [mailto:dan...@redhat.com<mailto:dan...@redhat.com>

Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

2015-12-21 Thread Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
Hey Dan,

Thanks for your response. 

VDSM was the first problem when installing oVirt 3.6 on CentOS, it couldn't 
find the package and while browsing through the repos I couldn't find it 
either. So that was the first issue.. I tried compiling vdsm myself which 
didn't work either and I ended up using the VDSM package under the 3.5 release. 
Any idea how to tackle this?

If I have the time I'll try to reinstall 3.6 and note all the issues I find on 
the way. Can't recover those files as the server is complete messed up after my 
previous efforts

Kind regards !
Kristof




-Oorspronkelijk bericht-
Van: Dan Kenigsberg [mailto:dan...@redhat.com] 
Verzonden: maandag 21 december 2015 11:19
Aan: Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN; edwa...@redhat.com
CC: 'users@ovirt.org'
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

On Thu, Dec 17, 2015 at 03:33:28PM +, Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> 
> After trying to install oVirt 3.6 on CentOs which was a lot of pain, I ended 
> up installing 3.5 without hassle.

Would you provide more information (logs, screenshots) about the pains of 
installing ovirt-3.6? These days, most of the development effort is focused on 
stabilizing 3.6. No further releases of ovirt-3.5.z are expected (up to 
horrible security bugs, etc), so we advise using 3.6 in new instllations.

> 
> BUT Now I'm trying to configure the network for my first cluster host but I'm 
> having troubles doing so.
> 
> The server has 4 network ports,
> Eth0 = Virtual management network, 172.16 range, only used for oVirt / 
> KVM
> Eth1 = Local network where the Guest should be accessible range 11.x
> Eth2/3 unused..
> 
> Initially, no network is assigned, but I feel eth0 should be linked to 
> ovirtmgmt I automatically using it's IP that is assigned?
> 
> When I assign ovirtmgmt to eth0 and set the IP to the corresponding IP 
> it already has for that host and the local network to eth1 the host 
> loses connection (until it resets it's connections...)
> ->not assigning an IP is no option as I can only select static /dhcp 
> ->for ovirtmgmt


ovirtmgmt should have been automatically added on top of the interface that has 
the IP used to add the host to Engine.

Could you share your engine.log and {super,}vdsm.log from that time to 
understand why did it happen?

Similarly, please share your ifcfg files prior to adding ovirtmgmt, and the 
supervdsm logs that end up with disconnection.

Regards,
Dan.
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Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

2015-12-21 Thread Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
Hey Dan,

I reïnstalled the 3.6 on CentOS 7 (this was the issue as vdsm is no longre 
build for 6.7).
It's a fresh install of CentOs, only configured the adapter for a static IP and 
then the install of the oVirt Node.
 Installation goes well until following errors popup:


Dec 21, 2015 3:42:45 PM 
Host KVM1 installation failed. Failed to configure management network on the 
host.  

Dec 21, 2015 3:42:45 PM 
Failed to configure management network on host KVM1 due to setup networks 
failure.

Dec 21, 2015 3:42:45 PM 
VDSM KVM1 command failed: connectivity check failed

I included both vdsm.log  & supervdsm.log

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I did a reboot, the ovirtmgmt was not linked to the adapter (enp3s0). Tried to 
link it manually which worked without hassle...

So now everything seems OK. I'll test further with the 3.6 now and hope it all 
goes like this now

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Van: users-boun...@ovirt.org [mailto:users-boun...@ovirt.org] Namens Kristof 
VAN DEN EYNDEN
Verzonden: maandag 21 december 2015 11:41
Aan: 'users@ovirt.org'
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

Hey Dan,

Thanks for your response. 

VDSM was the first problem when installing oVirt 3.6 on CentOS, it couldn't 
find the package and while browsing through the repos I couldn't find it 
either. So that was the first issue.. I tried compiling vdsm myself which 
didn't work either and I ended up using the VDSM package under the 3.5 release. 
Any idea how to tackle this?

If I have the time I'll try to reinstall 3.6 and note all the issues I find on 
the way. Can't recover those files as the server is complete messed up after my 
previous efforts

Kind regards !
Kristof




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Van: Dan Kenigsberg [mailto:dan...@redhat.com]
Verzonden: maandag 21 december 2015 11:19
Aan: Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN; edwa...@redhat.com
CC: 'users@ovirt.org'
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

On Thu, Dec 17, 2015 at 03:33:28PM +0000, Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> 
> After trying to install oVirt 3.6 on CentOs which was a lot of pain, I ended 
> up installing 3.5 without hassle.

Would you provide more information (logs, screenshots) about the pains of 
installing ovirt-3.6? These days, most of the development effort is focused on 
stabilizing 3.6. No further releases of ovirt-3.5.z are expected (up to 
horrible security bugs, etc), so we advise using 3.6 in new instllations.

> 
> BUT Now I'm trying to configure the network for my first cluster host but I'm 
> having troubles doing so.
> 
> The server has 4 network ports,
> Eth0 = Virtual management network, 172.16 range, only used for oVirt / 
> KVM
> Eth1 = Local network where the Guest should be accessible range 11.x
> Eth2/3 unused..
> 
> Initially, no network is assigned, but I feel eth0 should be linked to 
> ovirtmgmt I automatically using it's IP that is assigned?
> 
> When I assign ovirtmgmt to eth0 and set the IP to the corresponding IP 
> it already has for that host and the local network to eth1 the host 
> loses connection (until it resets it's connections...)
> ->not assigning an IP is no option as I can only select static /dhcp 
> ->for ovirtmgmt


ovirtmgmt should have been automatically added on top of the interface that has 
the IP used to add the host to Engine.

Could you share your engine.log and {super,}vdsm.log from that time to 
understand why did it happen?

Similarly, please share your ifcfg files prior to adding ovirtmgmt, and the 
supervdsm logs that end up with disconnection.

Regards,
Dan.
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[ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

2015-12-17 Thread Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN
Hello everyone,

After trying to install oVirt 3.6 on CentOs which was a lot of pain, I ended up 
installing 3.5 without hassle.

BUT Now I'm trying to configure the network for my first cluster host but I'm 
having troubles doing so.

The server has 4 network ports,
Eth0 = Virtual management network, 172.16 range, only used for oVirt / KVM
Eth1 = Local network where the Guest should be accessible range 11.x
Eth2/3 unused..

Initially, no network is assigned, but I feel eth0 should be linked to 
ovirtmgmt I automatically using it's IP that is assigned?

When I assign ovirtmgmt to eth0 and set the IP to the corresponding IP it 
already has for that host and the local network to eth1 the host loses 
connection (until it resets it's connections...)
->not assigning an IP is no option as I can only select static /dhcp for 
ovirtmgmt


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