On Mon, Apr 11, 2016 at 01:24:51PM +0200, Sverker Abrahamsson wrote:
> Hi
> My usecase is that I am setting up a lab to emulate a customers production
> environment which has multiple vlans. As this is done in a hosting
> environment where I don't have any control over the switches, I've created
> virtual switches with OpenVSwitch which connects together a couple of
> physical servers which are running virtual machines to emulate their
> servers. Currently I'm running a few virtual machines created manually with
> libvirt but looking for a more user friendly way of handling them.
> I'm not looking at managing the network setup from Ovirt, I just want it to
> use the network that is present and create VM's there.

In this case, you may want to define your ovs-based network in
libvirt (virsh net-define bla.xml) and use vdsm-hook-extnet to let ovirt
consume it.

> The tweaking that I did with 3.6 was to run the hosted-engine setup but
> where it failed I put the right answer in the file so that it would skip
> over that part. I got that far that it attempts to start the vm but as it
> doesn't give right parameters to libvirt it fails to create a port on the
> bridge.
> I'm not having much luck with the 4.0 alpha though, this is a separate
> machine that I set up for this testing but when I run hosted-engine --deploy
> it just returns without any message. I did run the cleanup script found at
> http://www.ovirt.org/documentation/how-to/hosted-engine/ and rebooted in
> between but still no luck
> /Sverker
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