That is great Kasturi, thanks!
I will go over these steps just to make sure nothing is missing. But it looks
the right way to do it. The only step that looks strange is the step 6 to
shutdown. I always though that if I shutdown a HA protected machine oVirt would
then launch it back again. So
It would not do that as before shutting down the engine vm we are
setting maintenance mode to global. Main use is to allow the administrator
to start/stop/modify the engine VM with out any worry of interference from
the HA agents.
On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 2:16 PM, Moacir
You can follow the steps below to do that.
1) Stop all the virtual machines.
2) Move all the storage domains other than hosted_storage to maintenance
which will unmount them from all the nodes.
3) Move HE to global maintenance 'hosted-engine --set-maintenance --mode
Sorry Erekle, I am just a beginner...
>From the hosted engine I can put the two other servers, that are not hosting
>the hosted-engine, on maintenance, and that was what I did. When I tried to
>put the last one on maintenance it did not allow me due to the hosted-engine
>and I force it
First switch off all VMs.
Second you need to declare hosts maintenance mode, don't start with SRM
(of course if you are able use the ovirt-engine), it will ask you to
shutdown the glusterfs on a machine.
Third if all machines are in maintenance mode, you can start shutting
I have installed a oVirt cluster in a KVM virtualized test environment. Now,
how do I properly shutdown the oVirt cluster, with Gluster and the hosted
I.e.: I want to install a cluster of 3 servers and then send it to a remote
office. How do I do it properly? I noticed that glusterd is
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