- On Sep 16, 2016, at 6:36 PM, Nir Soffer wrote:
| On Sat, Sep 17, 2016 at 12:19 AM, Logan Kuhn < log...@wolfram.com > wrote:
|| Our current infrastructure is as follows:
|| KVM managed with NFS exported raw files.
|| We are planning on moving to ovirt, but we want to move our disk images into
|| Ceph via Cinder is this possible and if so, how?
| Importing vms from kvm is very easy in 4.0, you just import
| the vm, ovirt will do everything for you in few clicks.
| We don't support yet copying disks to ceph, only creating new disks.
| This should work:
| 1. Create vm with ceph disk
| 2. Find the ceph disk name in cinder using the disk name in engine
| 3. Copy the image manually to ceph using ceph command line tools
| The machine copying the disks should have cephx auth keys
| Note that ovirt hosts do not deploy ceph auth keys on the host, we
| deploy the keys dynamically using libvirt secrets, so only vms that
| need access to ceph disk can access it.
| Adding Daniel to add more details on how to find the cinder disk.
| There are some ceph users on this list, maybe they can add more
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