Re: [ovirt-users] Host non operationnal due to an iSCSI problem

2016-07-19 Thread Alexis HAUSER
>Normally you should not have to do that. It could be that it was not >allowed access, and you'd have to leave it a while for the host to retry. It looped on retrying to make it work for 24 hours...It was authorized. But actually when I first add the host, it didn't have authorization. I added

Re: [ovirt-users] Host non operationnal due to an iSCSI problem

2016-07-19 Thread Alex Crow
On 19/07/16 15:22, Alexis HAUSER wrote: I'm still finding this hard to understand. If you are using iSCSI, you /are/ using a server (called the "Target" in SCSI speak). Is the iSCSI storage actually on the first host? It's a Dell bay (or "storage array", I think that's the correct name in

Re: [ovirt-users] Host non operationnal due to an iSCSI problem

2016-07-19 Thread Alexis HAUSER
>I'm still finding this hard to understand. If you are using iSCSI, you >/are/ using a server (called the "Target" in SCSI speak). Is the iSCSI >storage actually on the first host? It's a Dell bay (or "storage array", I think that's the correct name in english...) > How did you actually do

Re: [ovirt-users] Host non operationnal due to an iSCSI problem

2016-07-19 Thread Alex Crow
On 19/07/16 11:13, Alexis HAUSER wrote: I don't understand. iSCSI is a network storage protocol. What do you mean by "I access it directly"? When you set up the first host with an iSCSI storage domain, you would have had to point it to an IP address, "discover" the LUNs and then attach to

Re: [ovirt-users] Host non operationnal due to an iSCSI problem

2016-07-19 Thread Alexis HAUSER
> I don't understand. iSCSI is a network storage protocol. What do you > mean by "I access it directly"? When you set up the first host with an > iSCSI storage domain, you would have had to point it to an IP address, > "discover" the LUNs and then attach to them. This sets up the domain. As I

Re: [ovirt-users] Host non operationnal due to an iSCSI problem

2016-07-19 Thread Alex Crow
On 19/07/16 10:38, Alexis HAUSER wrote: Sounds like a possible networking problem. Have you assigned IP addresses to the storage interfaces on this new host? hum, What do you mean by storage interfaces ? The other host on the same network can access it. If you're using VLANs, are they

Re: [ovirt-users] Host non operationnal due to an iSCSI problem

2016-07-19 Thread Alexis HAUSER
>Sounds like a possible networking problem. Have you assigned IP >addresses to the storage interfaces on this new host? hum, What do you mean by storage interfaces ? The other host on the same network can access it. > If you're using > VLANs, are they set up correctly on your switch ports

Re: [ovirt-users] Host non operationnal due to an iSCSI problem

2016-07-19 Thread Alex Crow
On 19/07/16 09:52, Alexis HAUSER wrote: Hi, I just added a second host but it can't become operational, because it can't access to the iSCSI storage domain. My first question : is it normal or not, is RHEV really able to manage the fact an iSCSI LUN can be accessed from multiple hosts ?