I'm facing a strange issue with ovirt host.
I can't list nodes status running virsh, vdsdm seems bad.
I can't even delete the hosted engine, nor ping it, but I can still access
my infra vm inside it[image: ]
My outputs :
> [root@moe ~]# /usr/sbin/ovirt-hosted-engine-cleanup
> This will
Le ven. 6 mars 2020 à 07:34, Strahil Nikolov a
> On March 6, 2020 12:26:24 AM GMT+02:00, "Eugène Ngontang" <
> sympav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >Yes @Strahil, I also thought about mirrors list, but you see my
> >output above doesn't
:00, "Eugène Ngontang" <
> sympav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >This is not really an OVirt matter but I'll try my chance if anyone
> >has already had this kind of issue or could help
> >I've two bare metal servers in two diff
This is not really an OVirt matter but I'll try my chance if anyone here
has already had this kind of issue or could help
I've two bare metal servers in two different network subnets with same
release version of RHVH/Ovirt.
I use an automated script to deploy VMs on both, and provision a
on TV sometimes ;-).
> On Fri, February 28, 2020 1:12 pm, Eugène Ngontang wrote:
> > Yes I know ovirt-shell.
> > But if the Interface (API) is well exposed, we could ourself code add-hoc
> > client to interact with, as we know how it's defined and s
16:50, Derek Atkins a écrit :
> Yes. The devs call it "SDK4", which has been around for a few releases
> The CLI, however, uses SDK3, which was removed from Ovirt 4.4.
> Search for "ovirt-shell".
> On Fri, February 28, 2020
You're talking about a client the should up-port, but before having a
client, my question is is there a documented API (server) to interact with
through that client?
Le jeu. 27 févr. 2020 à 14:57, Derek Atkins a écrit :
> On Thu, February 27, 2020 4:53 a
t 7:22 AM Nathanaël Blanchet
>> Le 27/02/2020 à 11:00, Yedidyah Bar David a écrit :
>> On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 11:53 AM Eugène Ngontang
>> Yes Ansible ovirt_vms module is useful, I use it for
Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 11:45 AM Eugène Ngontang
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to find out there a sort of API or ovirt CLI/SDK in order to
> be able to interact with my ovirt VMS and associated resources.
> > In my architecture, I have an Ovirt vir
I'm trying to find out there a sort of API or ovirt CLI/SDK in order to be
able to interact with my ovirt VMS and associated resources.
In my architecture, I have an Ovirt virtualization host, with a self-hosted
engine VM to manage VMs.
>From the host I have the virsh command to list VMs
systems usually found in the big
> cloud providers like AWS.
> On 30 January 2020 6:57:34 pm Eugène Ngontang wrote:
>> Hi Joseph.
>> Thanks to your answer, I perfectly know Linux disk management, but I
>> thought it was to Ovirt to manage all attached disk.
> - guide using parted I found from a quick google)
> On 30/1/20 11:54 am, Eugène Ngontang wrote:
> I'm facing a virtual disk behavior I don't understand.
I'm facing a virtual disk behavior I don't understand.
Currently my VMs are spun up with a Boot disk of 25GB and an additional
disk of 215/45/65 GB depending.
When logged to the webui I see the two disks, but when I ssh to VM we only
see the primary boot disk, the other one can't get a
after rebooting hosts.
> On Wed, Jan 29, 2020 at 9:28 AM Eugène Ngontang
>> I was looking if the "High Availability" option could be used for
>> automatic startup, but Ovirt documentation is pretty clear about it as
>> explained here <https:
I've set up an infrastructure with OVirt, using self-hosted engine.
I use some ansible scripts from my Virtualization Host (the physical
machine), to bootstrap the hosted engine, and create a set of virtual
machines on which I deploy a k8s cluster.
The deployment goes well, and
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