On Fri, November 25, 2016 1:02 pm, Gianluca Cecchi wrote:
> Il 24/Nov/2016 20:34, "Derek Atkins" <de...@ihtfp.com> ha scritto:
>> Hi,
>> I've got ovirt running on a single host (with hosted-engine).  I just
>> upgraded the engine from 4.0.4 to 4.0.5.  That was pretty easy; I just
>> put the system into global maintenance mode, then yum update, then
>> engine-setup, then took the host out of maint mode.  Easy peasy.
>> Now, I want to update the host itself.  Since it's a single host system
>> I know I'll need to shut down all the VMs (because there's no place to
>> migrate them).  This means I'll need to shut down the engine VM, too.
>> That would imply that I can't use the "Update" feature from the ui,
>> right?
>> So what IS the process to properly update a single-host host?
> It seems you didn't specify the kind of storage you are using...
> Anything provided by the host itself or what?

All storage is NFS storage exported by the host itself.  i didn't mention
it because it shouldn't have mattered -- the HE export mounted but the
others didn't..  Although it appears this may all have been due to the
network issues between engine and host -- once I added a workaround to
that issue the mounting issues seemed to resolve themselves.

I'm not sure why I'm having this network issue.  The engine VM gets an ARP
Redirect and then can't reach the host anymore -- but of course the host
can reach the VM.  It's a strange issue that I haven't been able to track
down (but is most likely not related to ovirt).



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