On 10-03-14 07:48, Gadi Ickowicz wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Regarding what to do in order to be able to add the domain, due to the bug 
> you pointed out (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1059604), the 
> workaround is to move the host to a datacenter. Check the host's cluster 
> under the web interface - if it does not list a datacenter, you can move the 
> host to maintenance, select the cluster, click 'edit' and then select a 
> datacenter.
>
> The second error "Error while executing action: Cannot add Storage 
> Connection. Storage connection already exists." is also a known bug 
> (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1014966). You need to find the 
> storage connection and remove it manually from oVirt. This can be done with 
> REST or SDK. 
>
> For REST:
> 1. find the ID of the connection. should be at: <fqdn/ip of 
> engine>/api/storageconnections . (look for the connection that lists 
> 192.168.1.44:/raid/ovirt-old/data and note it's ID)
> 2. Send a DELETE request to <fqdn/ip of engine>/api/storageconnections/<ID of 
> storage connection>
>
> Thanks,
> Gadi Ickowicz
>
Hi Gadi,

My machine is indeed already in a DC, I missed that part of the bug
completely yesterday night ;-).

Regarding the storage connection: okay I'll have it removed.
On the other hand, will readding it by hand (again) help me in getting
my old VMs to work again? I really like ovirt, but having this amount of
problems when reinstalling my hypervisor really spoils the party :(.

Cheers,

Boudewijn
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