Hello, did anyone find a resolution for this issue? I'm having exactly the
Hosted Engine VM is running with 5344MB of RAM, when trying to increase to
8192 it would not accept the change because the difference is not divisible
When trying to increase to 8160 the change is
It seems to be missing here:
Are you using a specific Locale language? Maybe switching to English can
unblock you for now.
The oVirt hosts need to be registered in redhat satellite as a content host and
the satellite host will need to have the centos and oVirt yum repositories
added so they can create a content view. The first step I would do is ask
whoever manages your satellite server if they are
On Tuesday, 10 December 2019 20:50:27 CET Strahil wrote:
> Hi Pavel,
> Can you explain how did you find the issue.
> I'm new in OVN and I experience the same symptoms .
> I'm not sure what will be the best approach to start cleanly with OVN.
I am new to OVN / OpenVSwitch
Maybe it is a cache issue?
Can you try to clean the cache in the browser?
On Tue, Dec 10, 2019 at 9:03 PM Valentin Bajrami <
> Hi Eyal,
> Have you had time to see the logs? Any idea what's going on? Could you or
> anyone else reproduce this on version
Forgot to mention that I did this already. Downgraded firefox to an
older version from 70 to version 66. Didn't help. Tried chrome browser
and yet no success. On another environment, the same version of
ovirt-engine version seems not to be affected. ui.log and engine.log do
not seem to
Are you using gluster storage? If yes then can you please check whether
"Gluster Service" is enabled in your Cluster or not?
On Wed, Dec 11, 2019 at 2:27 PM Valentin Bajrami <
> Hi Fred,
> Forgot to mention that I did this already. Downgraded
The locale is en_US. I never changed this whatsoever. Manually modifying
the locale in the URL doesn't seem to solve anything. i.e:
https://foo.bar/ovirt-engine/webadmin/?locale=de_DE#volumes or nl_NL
I'll be opening a bug. Thank you!
Any workaround for now?
Dear Ovirt Team,
Kindly help with this issues that I am facing in my Redhat Virtualization
I am unable to access my VM through console, I am getting this error when I
right click and try connecting console.
My observation is, this is happening after renewing the self-signed ssl
Dear oVirt Community,
From my understanding oVirt does not support Open vSwitch IPSEC tunneling for
GENEVE traffic (which is described on pages
Are there plans to introduce such
I could not find if that CPU supported SSBD or not.
Log into one your nodes via console and run, "cat /proc/cpuinfo" and check the
"flags" section and see if SSBD is listed. If not, then look at your cluster
config under the "General" section and see what it has for "Cluster CPU Type".
I have a VM network created with some hosts and I have included a vyos router
acting as a Layer 2 extension to another hypervisor through VXLAN.
I can see traffic reaching VMs from the other hypervisor to the ovirt hosted
I can see traffic leaving the VMs hosted on the ovirt
Am 10.12.19 um 16:24 schrieb Sandro Bonazzola:
Il giorno mar 10 dic 2019 alle ore 15:41 Matthias Leopold
> ha scritto:
I'm trying to register hosts running CentOS 7.6 and oVirt 4.3.5 to a
Hat Satellite 6.4 server. The
my engine running in a virtual machine Centos 7.6.1810 and ovirt release
my hypervisors are Centos 7.6.1810 with vdsm 4.20.46-1.el7, allof them
are ovirt-4.2 repository.
Now I need to update to the last 4.3 any suggestions ?
Thanks a lot
Il giorno mer 11 dic 2019 alle ore 12:33 Enrico Becchetti <
enrico.becche...@pg.infn.it> ha scritto:
> my engine running in a virtual machine Centos 7.6.1810 and ovirt release
> is 184.108.40.206-1.el7
> my hypervisors are Centos 7.6.1810 with vdsm 4.20.46-1.el7, allof them
Thanks for the info, you makes it clear what each memory attribute represents
in Ovirt but I'm still a little unclear how I would generate over 80% memory
usage on the host.
Shared Memory: 0%
The Max free Memory for scheduling new VMs is 7978 MB which makes sense as its
No we are not using gluster. That is the problem. We are not using
volumes for any purpose but still I expect it to execute when clicking
on Storage > Volumes.
On 12/11/19 10:40 AM, Gobinda Das wrote:
> Are you using gluster storage? If yes then can you please check
The cleanest way to clean up is to remove all entities on the OpenStack
Network API on ovirt-provider-ovn, e.g. by something like
This should work, if not, please report a bug.
To bypass the
On Wed, Dec 11, 2019 at 5:31 PM wrote:
> We currently have 2 bare metals.
> One holds the ovirt and the other proxmox.
> As to enable high availability and config sync on the proxmox hosted VMs
> we have deployed VyOS on both hyper-visors.
Is VyOS installed on the host, or in a VM?
> On Wed, 11 Dec 2019 at 09:36, Serhiy Morhun
>> Hello, did anyone find a resolution for this issue? I'm having exactly the
>> same problem:
Hi, same issue for us, the solution was :
Make a snappshot
Edit the properties, putting 32768 MB for "Mem", 131072 MB for "Max" and 32768
here is the bugzilla for this problem:
There is no simple workaround, but I'm working on fixing it.
On Wed, 11 Dec 2019 at 09:36, Serhiy Morhun
> Hello, did anyone find a resolution for this issue? I'm
On Wed, Dec 11, 2019 at 1:21 PM Pavel Nakonechnyi
> Dear oVirt Community,
> From my understanding oVirt does not support Open vSwitch IPSEC tunneling
> for GENEVE traffic (which is described on pages
> http://docs.openvswitch.org/en/latest/howto/ipsec/ and
On Wed, Dec 11, 2019 at 12:12 PM wrote:
> Hi all
> I have a VM network created with some hosts and I have included a vyos
> router acting as a Layer 2 extension to another hypervisor through VXLAN.
This sounds interesting, but might be not supported by oVir. Can you share
Would you mind to share the list of ovn devices you have.
Currently in UI, I don't have any network (except ovirtmgmt) and I see
My guess is that I should remove all but the br-int , but I would like not to
kill my cluster communication :)
We currently have 2 bare metals.
One holds the ovirt and the other proxmox.
As to enable high availability and config sync on the proxmox hosted VMs we
have deployed VyOS on both hyper-visors.
We then use L2TPv3 as to extend VM networks from proxmox to ovirt and vice
When that was
The error message "/dev/sdXX has been excluded by a filter" is potentially very
misleading, because it catches all sorts of conditions.
Basically any known storage signature on the storage you may recycle (perhaps
from a previous attempt) will trigger this.
The functionality is more of a
Yes, I have had the same and posted about it here somewhere: I believe it's an
incompatible Ansible change.
Here is the critical part if the message below:
"The 'ovirt_host_facts' module has been renamed to 'ovirt_host_info', and the
renamed one no longer returns ansible_facts"
Hi Strahil, first of all, thanks for following up on this...
I think I'll put that list of yours on the wall: It's a key piece of
documentation that I found missing: Perhaps you could reconstruct it from
systemd dependencies, but...
I may not have rebooted... it takes a long time on these
Some documentation, especially on older RHEV versions seems to indicate that
Gluster storage roles and compute server roles in an oVirt cluster or actually
Yet HCI is all about doing both, which is slightly confusing when you try to
overcome HCI issues simply by running the
The oVirt Project is pleased to announce the availability of the oVirt
4.3.8 Second Release Candidate for testing, as of December 11th, 2019.
This update is a release candidate of the eighth in a series of
stabilization updates to the 4.3 series.
This is pre-release software. This pre-release
This is the reference
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Actually oVirt simply makes the node you initially install the HostedEngine on
the baseline, which is why it says in the docs that you should run it from your
"oldest" machine to ensure it doesn't fall over in case an even older host wins
the contest for running the management engine VM after
I am trying to setup geo-replication between 2 sites, but I keep getting:
[root@host1 ~]# gluster vol geo-rep geo-master slave1.mydomain2.com::geo-slave
MASTER NODE MASTER VOLMASTER BRICK
SLAVE USERSLAVE SLAVE
I'm trying to automate my HCI deployment, but can't figure out how to
specify multiple network interfaces in gluster_inventory.yml. My servers
have two NICs, one for ovirtmgmt (and everything else), and the other is
just for Gluster. How should I populate the inventory/vars
can someone hint me how to get rid of some ports? I just want to 'reset' my ovn
Here is what I have so far:
[root@ovirt1 openvswitch]# ovs-vsctl list interface
_uuid : be89c214-10e4-4a97-a9eb-1b82bc433a24
admin_state : up
Have you checked the passwordless rsync between master and slave volume nodes ?
Strahil NikolovOn Dec 11, 2019 22:36, adrianquint...@gmail.com wrote:
> I am trying to setup geo-replication between 2 sites, but I keep getting:
> [root@host1 ~]# gluster vol
On Thu, Dec 12, 2019 at 6:33 AM Strahil wrote:
> Hi Adrian,
> Have you checked the passwordless rsync between master and slave volume
> nodes ?
> Best Regards,
> Strahil NikolovOn Dec 11, 2019 22:36, adrianquint...@gmail.com wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am trying to setup
You need to specify storage-fqdn(Which should mapped to storage network)
and ovirtmgmt-fqdn (Which should mapped to frontend network) like this:
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