I have oVirt node running on internal network, address range 192.168.0.x, and
need to install virtualized server on DMZ zone 192.168.1.x.
Server has several NICs.
DMZ NIC will be connected directly to router with firewall.
What is the best solution ?
1) Undefine one NIC on CentOS host /
Just got test setup of oVirt 4.1 running.
Seem to be really brilliant piece of software.
1) Defined local storage domain.
Create virtual disk - thin provisioning makes RAW images by default instead of
It preallocated all space in advance.
I looked inside META file in the same
Here is with —verbose option.
Please note this is draft test all-in-one system (everyhting on one PC, not
Although it is not recommended, somehow it works.
[root@vm-hostengine vmhosts]# engine-iso-uploader --verbose --ssh-user=root
I have strange error of oVrt node install
on HP ProLiant ML350 G6 with hardware RAID5 3.6TB just after startup and
…./parted/disk.py, line 246 in add partition
I would like to warn all who try to use engine-setup via MacOS X SSH terminal.
It throws a lot of errors and fails (seems to relate to differently named UTF8
>From Linux PC everything is fine.
[root@node00 ~]# engine-setup
[ ERROR ] Yum unknown locale: UTF-8
[ ERROR ] Yum
What is optimal setting for oVirt KVM guests for database hosting on Xeon
server (2 x Xeon 4-core each) (in my case this is Firebird based
accounting/stock control system with several clients active)?
1st of course its preallocated disk image.
> On 14 Feb 2018, at 17:31, Luca 'remix_tj' Lorenzetto
> On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 4:26 PM, Andrei V wrote:
>> Hi !
>> I run into unexpected problem upgrading oVirt node (installed manually on
>> This problem have to
I upgraded host engine (separate appliance, not hosted) 4.18 -> 4.2, and now on
every restart node01 (right now only 1 node connected) have
"ifconfig-ovirtmgmt” wiped out.
Node was installed on CentOS. Network was configured manually.
Node 4.18 -> 4.2 upgrade from host engine didn’t worked
I’m installing node software on clean install of Centos 7 (not with node DVD).
Installation from 4.2 engine fails with error message, however, there no
description what exactly error prevented installation.
— Failed Installing Host node10
Repos are initialised with
Is it safe to turn on these options (noatime, nodiratime) in oVirt node fstab
for these mount points?
Node 4.2 installed on CentOS, not with node DVD.
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e on separate partitions.
These options allow minimise disk access activity.
> On Thu, Jan 4, 2018 at 6:46 AM, andreil1 <andre...@starlett.lv
> <mailto:andre...@starlett.lv>> wrote:
> Hi !
> Is it safe to turn on these options (noatime, nodiratime) in oVirt no
> On 22 Jan 2018, at 18:09, Mikhail Krasnobaev wrote:
> Good day,
> i had the same issue, you can try running the commands directly from postgres
> su - postgres
> And the run the commands from blog post.
I did everything as user postgres, otherwise it doesn’t work
You meant this:
Seems like overkill for so simple task. If bash scripts works, its OK for now.
> On 12 Mar 2018, at 11:31, Yedidyah Bar David wrote:
> On Mon,
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