Have a look at my solution here.
Is a full backup solution and a migration utility from Xen(Citrix) to oVirt.
From: <users-boun...@ovirt.org> on behalf of Peter Hudec <phu...@cnc.sk>
But that just ends up in Server Errors https://pastebin.com/Q1JECzSw
Thanks for any help ;)
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Maybe I am wrong on what it does?
I am looking to add a submenu – same as the current 4.2.1 UI shows Network
and then(Vnic Profiles) (Networks) as submenus.
> On Sunday, February 25, 2018 1:11:08 AM EST Zip wrote:
>> Hi Alexander,
However if I remove the line:
And replace it with something simple like:
There are no errors and the alert fires as it should.
Any ideas of what I might be missing?
I am running oVirt 4.2.1 on CentOS Hosted Engine setup
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Okay, when I do a snapshot, and then mount the snapshot to a
BackupApplianceVM, all works using NFS4 as my Storage Domain for the VM
being backed up. If I change that disk storage on the VM to be backed up to
my iSCSI storage, my script breaks and I see these errors in the oVirt
The actual backup is being catalogued using the uuid and vmname.
>> A second issue is that the above wont work when I have the Vms running on
>> MPIO iSCSI storage, so for testing I have moved to NFS4. Anyone have ideas
>> about either issue, I¹d love to h
nd will post logs if stuck. I
just wanted to know if there was anything obvious that I should be doing
differently with iSCSI vs NFS with mounting disks/snapshots.
> Irc.oftc.net <http://Irc.oftc.net> #ovirt
I am having an issue where when I use the REST API to connect a snapshot
from another VM to a Backup-Appliance-VM, after the clone when I remove the
Disk and delete the Snapshot, the disk remains in the Backup-Appliance-VM as
/dev/sdb ot /dev/vdb.
If I reboot the Bakup-Applicance-VM the disk
Does it help if you edit the VM and under Resource Allocation enable IO
From: <users-boun...@ovirt.org> on behalf of Yaniv Kaul <yk...@redhat.com>
Date: Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 12:54 PM
To: Matthias Leopold <matthias.leop...@meduniwien.ac.at>
om a attached
snapshot. You¹d think oVirt would have something better for a DR solution or
at least make it so you dont have to become an oVirt Dev Contributor to be
able to backup your Vms? **
I would love to see a clear example of how to do VM backups from the command
line in a script so I can move on t
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