On 19.09.16 18:11, Nelson Lameiras wrote:
> Well I think I have a rather "classical" environment :
> 
> This is the test setup I created (from scratch) in order to simulate future 
> migrations (which will be used to migrate our hundreds of vm in production)
> 
> On one side, I have a x86_64 centos7.2+KVM hosting one VM with 2 iscsi disks 
> : 
>   1 LVM block device /dev/mapper/vg_01-lv_sys, using virtio
>   1 block device /dev/sdc, using virtio
> 
> on the other side, I have a x86_64 centos 7.2 oVirt cluster (2 hosts, same 
> hardware as KVM hosts) installed with 4.0.3 oVirt (hosts and engine) fully 
> upgraded to 4.0.4RC1 (hosts and engine)
> Target would be oVirt iscsi Data Domain disk (which is irrelevant because the 
> problem I'm describing arises before selecting oVirt target)
> 
> I'm using the GUI to test the native import capabilities of oVirt "Import VM"
> When selecting KVM import, putting correct URL data (using either tcp or ssh 
> transport), I get a list of VM machines running in the KVM cluster (for this 
> exemple, only the one VM described above), but the disk count is always 0. 
> Which makes it impossible to import the VM.
> 
> I should add that I made the same VM import using "local hard drives" (ie. 
> local raw file) and it works as expected, I can see one or multiple disks and 
> import them easily to oVirt. The problem seems to manifest itself only when 
> importing disks using block devices directly.
> 
> Do you need more information from me, or make more tests?
> 
> thanks a lot,
> nelson
Can you post the libvirt xml as attachment here (at least the disks sections):

$ virsh -r dumpxml <vmname>

 Shahar.
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