Renout, Thank you! now it works :-) it makes sense.
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 12:03 PM, Renout Gerrits wrote:
> Hi Maoz,
> You should not be using the engine and not the root user for the ssh keys.
> The actions are delegated to a host and the vdsm user. So you should set-up
You should not be using the engine and not the root user for the ssh keys.
The actions are delegated to a host and the vdsm user. So you should set-up
ssh keys for the vdsm user on one or all of the hosts (remember to select
this host as proxy host in the gui). Probably the documentation
You can generate one :). There are different guides for different platforms.
The link I sent is the good start on where to put the keys and how to set
On Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 3:09 PM, maoz zadok wrote:
> Using the command line on the engine machine (as root) works
Using the command line on the engine machine (as root) works fine. I
don't use ssh key from the agent GUI but the authentication section (with
root user and password),
I think that it's a bug, I manage to migrate with TCP but I just want to
let you know.
is it possible to use ssh-key from the
it looks like cannot connect due to wrong setup of ssh keys. Which linux
are you using?
The guide for setting the ssh connection to libvirt is here:
May it helps?
On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 10:53 PM, maoz zadok wrote:
in order to import VMS from Libvirt to oVirt using ssh.
and get the following error:
Failed to communicate with the external provider, see log
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