Re: [ovirt-users] oVirt Node 4.1 question, writing files to /root and RPMs

2018-01-11 Thread Ryan Barry
Next-gen node (since 4.0) doesn't have any strong notion of "persistence", unlike previous versions of oVirt Node. My guess would be that /exports was not moved across to the new system. The update process for Node is essentially: * create a new lv * unpack the squashfs in the new RPM and put

Re: [ovirt-users] oVirt Node 4.1 question, writing files to /root and RPMs

2017-12-19 Thread Kasturi Narra
Hello Matt, All the partitions will be persisted when gluster is installed on the ovirt node since gluster recommends user not to create bricks in root directory. If the gluster bricks are created in root partition then once the update of the node is done, you will not be able to see any

Re: [ovirt-users] oVirt Node 4.1 question, writing files to /root and RPMs

2017-12-18 Thread Matt Simonsen
On 12/15/2017 03:06 AM, Simone Tiraboschi wrote: On Fri, Dec 15, 2017 at 4:45 AM, Donny Davis > wrote: have you gotten an image update yet? On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 8:08 PM, Matt Simonsen >

Re: [ovirt-users] oVirt Node 4.1 question, writing files to /root and RPMs

2017-12-15 Thread Simone Tiraboschi
On Fri, Dec 15, 2017 at 4:45 AM, Donny Davis wrote: > have you gotten an image update yet? > > On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 8:08 PM, Matt Simonsen wrote: > >> Hello all, >> >> I read at https://www.ovirt.org/develop/projects/node/troubleshooting/ >> that

Re: [ovirt-users] oVirt Node 4.1 question, writing files to /root and RPMs

2017-12-14 Thread Donny Davis
have you gotten an image update yet? On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 8:08 PM, Matt Simonsen wrote: > Hello all, > > I read at https://www.ovirt.org/develop/projects/node/troubleshooting/ > that "Changes made from the command line are done at your own risk. Making > changes has the

[ovirt-users] oVirt Node 4.1 question, writing files to /root and RPMs

2017-12-14 Thread Matt Simonsen
Hello all, I read at https://www.ovirt.org/develop/projects/node/troubleshooting/ that "Changes made from the command line are done at your own risk. Making changes has the potential to leave your system in an unusable state." It seems clear that RPMs should not be installed. Is this