Hey Dan,

Thanks for your response. 

VDSM was the first problem when installing oVirt 3.6 on CentOS, it couldn't 
find the package and while browsing through the repos I couldn't find it 
either. So that was the first issue.. I tried compiling vdsm myself which 
didn't work either and I ended up using the VDSM package under the 3.5 release. 
Any idea how to tackle this?

If I have the time I'll try to reinstall 3.6 and note all the issues I find on 
the way. Can't recover those files as the server is complete messed up after my 
previous efforts

Kind regards !

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Dan Kenigsberg [mailto:dan...@redhat.com] 
Verzonden: maandag 21 december 2015 11:19
Aan: Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN; edwa...@redhat.com
CC: 'users@ovirt.org'
Onderwerp: Re: [ovirt-users] network configuration oVirt 3.5

On Thu, Dec 17, 2015 at 03:33:28PM +0000, Kristof VAN DEN EYNDEN wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> After trying to install oVirt 3.6 on CentOs which was a lot of pain, I ended 
> up installing 3.5 without hassle.

Would you provide more information (logs, screenshots) about the pains of 
installing ovirt-3.6? These days, most of the development effort is focused on 
stabilizing 3.6. No further releases of ovirt-3.5.z are expected (up to 
horrible security bugs, etc), so we advise using 3.6 in new instllations.

> BUT Now I'm trying to configure the network for my first cluster host but I'm 
> having troubles doing so.
> The server has 4 network ports,
> Eth0 = Virtual management network, 172.16 range, only used for oVirt / 
> Eth1 = Local network where the Guest should be accessible range 11.x
> Eth2/3 unused..
> Initially, no network is assigned, but I feel eth0 should be linked to 
> ovirtmgmt I automatically using it's IP that is assigned?
> When I assign ovirtmgmt to eth0 and set the IP to the corresponding IP 
> it already has for that host and the local network to eth1 the host 
> loses connection (until it resets it's connections...)
> ->not assigning an IP is no option as I can only select static /dhcp 
> ->for ovirtmgmt

ovirtmgmt should have been automatically added on top of the interface that has 
the IP used to add the host to Engine.

Could you share your engine.log and {super,}vdsm.log from that time to 
understand why did it happen?

Similarly, please share your ifcfg files prior to adding ovirtmgmt, and the 
supervdsm logs that end up with disconnection.

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