In terms of teaching our students how to create and configure an oVirt
infrastructure, we're planning to provide each of them a VM that will act
as a Manager server, which has no issues so far. The problem is that we
don't have enough physical machines to use as virtualization servers
ure > MAC addresses pool -
> There you can create/edit and remove MAC pool range entities.
> So create another desired MAC pool range, assign it to the cluster(via
> edit cluster) and remove the desired MAC pool range from the system.
> On Thu, Oct 19, 2017 a
I'm trying to remove a MAC Pool that seems to be assigned to a cluster and
I can't. Opening Configure - MAC Address pools and chosing the MAC Pool to
remove causes this warning:
Error while executing action: Cannot remove MAC Pool. Several Clusters (1)
are using this MAC Pool:
Seriously, what's wrong with you? I've being reading your comments for some
time and the only things I see are whining, unproductive complaining and
Please, stop it. There are tons of ways to say something, and the way you
use is insulting for dozens of people developing
We had the same needs back in July as we have some classrooms with thin
clients and although we don't just offer the oVirt service we wanted
something simple so users don't need to open a browser and just handle
their machines in a simple way, so I found this project  that works
As how I see it, lots of things have changed, that involves redoing a lot
of code... Is it ok to use ovirt-engine-sdk-python 3.6.* against ovirt 4.0?
If so, what are the requisites?
2016-08-30 12:46 GMT+01:00 Ondra Machacek <omach...@redhat.com>:
> On 08/30/2016 01:41
Is there some document explaining changes between Python SDK versions 3.6
and 4.0? I just upgraded to package version 4.0 and I'm unable to find even
the API object...
Users mailing list
I'm trying to de-obfuscate an uncaught exception error and I've reached
this page for instructions:
However, images are broken and its kind of difficult to follow instructions
without seeing them.
Could you please guys fix it?
Thanks for this!
2016-08-29 9:26 GMT+01:00 Ondra Machacek <omach...@redhat.com>:
> On 08/29/2016 10:09 AM, James Michels wrote:
>> We have several auth backends (LDAP, AD...), and we'd like to establish
>> de default
We have several auth backends (LDAP, AD...), and we'd like to establish de
default one to one of them. 'internal' seems to be the default now.
Is there a way to override the default backend on the login page?
This is ovirt 4.0.2
Why not just assign the host a publicly accessible IP address and restrict
SSH by firewall so only the engine (and possibly you) can access through
2016-08-16 23:03 GMT+01:00 Hanson :
> Hi Guys,
> Quick question, I have my nodes on a
restricts creating two overlapping networks)
2016-08-04 17:27 GMT+01:00 Chris Adams <c...@cmadams.net>:
> Once upon a time, James Michels <karma.sometimes.hu...@gmail.com> said:
> > Correct me if I'm wrong but I think Dan meant target's IPs. So if you
> > a SAN
Correct me if I'm wrong but I think Dan meant target's IPs. So if you have
a SAN backend with two IP addresses, you first discover LUNs from first IP
address, then discover LUNs from the second IP address, and so on... once
you have them all, you just check them and click on "OK" so
:42 GMT+01:00 Dan Yasny <dya...@gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 10:37 AM, James Michels <
> karma.sometimes.hu...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Dan,
>> The way you describe it I should have 2 storage backends with 2 IPs for
>> the same SAN
2016-08-04 15:20 GMT+01:00 Dan Yasny <dya...@gmail.com>:
> Normally you
> 1. enter the IP
> 2. click discover
> 3. login to whatever was found
> 4. enter another IP instead of the first
> 5. goto 2
> On Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 10:13 AM, James Michels <
I want to add an iSCSI based storage domain. For that I add a domain on the
Storage tab with one of the IPs (say 10.10.10.1), but for failover purposes
I'd like to use multipath to add a failover IP so if the first one fails,
LUNs can be reached via the second (say 10.10.10.2).
inished we will publish the source code, so If you consider this
useful I can notify you if interested.
2016-06-25 8:37 GMT+01:00 Michal Skrivanek <michal.skriva...@redhat.com>:
> > On 25 Jun 2016, at 08:56, James Michels <karma.sometimes.hu...@gmail.com
Is there some official oVirt section where you list unofficial
oVirt-related projects? If so, what is the process for a new unofficial
project to get listed there?
If not, I think it might be a good idea to provide a minimal support by
This is oVirt 188.8.131.52, and I have a user with the following permissions.
Role | Object | Inherited permission
UserTemplateBasedVm | Small (VM Template) | Everyone
UserTemplateBasedVm | Medium (VM Template) | Everyone
UserTemplateBasedVm | Large (VM Template) | Everyone
be something inherited
> from a group?
> I can check the code next week to make sure nothing has changed.
> On Mar 18, 2016 23:10, "James Michels" <karma.sometimes.hu...@gmail.com>
>> This is oVirt 184.108.40.206, and I have a user wi
I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask about python sdk. If not,
please suggest where should I address this question.
2016-03-05 19:29 GMT+00:00 James Michels <karma.sometimes.hu...@gmail.com>:
> How can I track asynchronous tasks with python sdk?
How can I track asynchronous tasks with python sdk? For instance, I want to
copy a disk so I use:
dcdisk = api.disks.get(id='...')
act = params.Action(storage_domain=api.storagedomains.get(name='...'))
action = dcdisk.copy(act)
I get a params.Action object. Now how can I know
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