On Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 11:23 AM wrote:
> I was not able to open a bug I was getting several different errors from
> bugzilla. But of course after a while it was working again. Someone
> restarted the web server. Now everything is OK but the experience of
> entering bugs in that tool is/was
I was not able to open a bug I was getting several different errors from
bugzilla. But of course after a while it was working again. Someone restarted
the web server. Now everything is OK but the experience of entering bugs in
that tool is/was horrible.
On Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 12:36 AM wrote:
> Well if *you* don't see any issues then we can finally sleep at night.
You mentioned issues with bugzilla or did I understood wrong? You are not
able to open a bug? Went to bugzilla and it seems that the process to open
a bug functions properly. In
Well if *you* don't see any issues then we can finally sleep at night.
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I managed to supply my own SSL certificate and start Cockpit but the
ovirt-cockpit-sso service is all messed up so you need to configure a Linux
user with password to login. The SSO service logs following errors.
Jan 09 23:21:09 localhost.localdomain systemd: Starting oVirt-Cockpit SSO
I tried to file a bug in Redhat bugzilla several times now but it's broken and
it's frustrating as hell. Now I get the following error. Open source is such a
The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.
The proxy server could not handle the
On Jan 9, 2020 18:58, m.skrzetu...@gmail.com wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'd like to get cockpit to work because currently when I click "Host Console"
> on a host I just get "connection refused". I checked and after the engine
> installation the cockpit service was not running. When I start
OK, it seems that SSL cert has to be placed in /etc/cockpit/ws-certs.d/.
It seems you have to start the cockpit.socket. Why is it not started with the
And is there Single Sign On for cockpit? I don't want to give users passwords
on my host.
And how do I connect cockpit to the engine? I
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