Hello Adam,

Since the NFSv3 server is running on a FreeBSD based system I don’t want to 
mess with permissions (that installation was only a test). So I’ve mapped all 
users to root and all groups to wheel: everyone has permission to do anything 
on any file.

# cat /etc/exports
/mnt/pool/ovirt  -alldirs -mapall=root:wheel 146.164.36.137

The issue happens on the same point, either on NFS or on iSCSI.

And finally here are the files:
http://www.if.ufrj.br/~ferrao/ovirt/

Thanks,
V.

On 23 Jun 2017, at 17:16, Adam Litke 
<ali...@redhat.com<mailto:ali...@redhat.com>> wrote:

Please provide links to the files /var/log/vdsm/vdsm.log and 
/var/log/sanlock.log on the host you are attempting to use.  Does the problem 
happen in the same step when using NFS vs. ISCSI?  How are you configuring the 
NFS export that you give to hosted-engine to use?

On Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 2:53 PM, Vinícius Ferrão 
<fer...@if.ufrj.br<mailto:fer...@if.ufrj.br>> wrote:
Hello oVirt folks.

I’m a traitor of the Xen movement and was looking for some good alternatives 
for XenServer hypervisors. I was aware of KVM for a long time but I was missing 
a more professional and appliance feeling of the product, and oVirt appears to 
deliver exactly what I’m looking for.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that Xen is not good, I’m looking for equal 
or better alternatives, but I’m starting to get frustrated with oVirt.

Firstly I’ve tried to install the oVirt Node on a VM in VMware Fusion on my 
notebook, it was a no go. For whatever reasons I don’t know vdsmd.service and 
libvirtd failed to start. I make sure that I was running with EPT support 
enabled to achieve nested virtualization, but as I said: it was a no go.

So I’ve decommissioned a XenServer machine that was in production just to try 
oVirt. The hardware is not new, but’s it’s very capable: Dual Xeon E5506 with 
48GB of system RAM, but I can’t get the hosted engine to work, it always 
insults my hardware: --- Hosted Engine deployment failed: this system is not 
reliable, please check the issue,fix and redeploy.

It’s definitely a problem on the storage subsystem, the error is just random, 
at this moment I’ve got:

[ ERROR ] Failed to execute stage 'Misc configuration': [-32605] No response 
for JSON-RPC StorageDomain.detach request.

But on other tries it came up with something like this:

No response for JSON-RPC Volume.getSize request.

I was thinking that the problem was on the NFSv3 server on our FreeNAS box, so 
I’ve changed to an iSCSI backend, but the problem continues. This happens at 
the very end of the ovirt-hosted-engine-setup command, which leads me to 
believe that’s an oVirt issue. The OVA was already copied and deployed to the 
storage:

[ INFO  ] Starting vdsmd
[ INFO  ] Creating Volume Group
[ INFO  ] Creating Storage Domain
[ INFO  ] Creating Storage Pool
[ INFO  ] Connecting Storage Pool
[ INFO  ] Verifying sanlock lockspace initialization
[ INFO  ] Creating Image for 'hosted-engine.lockspace' ...
[ INFO  ] Image for 'hosted-engine.lockspace' created successfully
[ INFO  ] Creating Image for 'hosted-engine.metadata' ...
[ INFO  ] Image for 'hosted-engine.metadata' created successfully
[ INFO  ] Creating VM Image
[ INFO  ] Extracting disk image from OVF archive (could take a few minutes 
depending on archive size)
[ INFO  ] Validating pre-allocated volume size
[ INFO  ] Uploading volume to data domain (could take a few minutes depending 
on archive size)
[ INFO  ] Image successfully imported from OVF
[ ERROR ] Failed to execute stage 'Misc configuration': [-32605] No response 
for JSON-RPC StorageDomain.detach request.
[ INFO  ] Yum Performing yum transaction rollback
[ INFO  ] Stage: Clean up
[ INFO  ] Generating answer file 
'/var/lib/ovirt-hosted-engine-setup/answers/answers-20170623032541.conf'
[ INFO  ] Stage: Pre-termination
[ INFO  ] Stage: Termination
[ ERROR ] Hosted Engine deployment failed: this system is not reliable, please 
check the issue,fix and redeploy
          Log file is located at 
/var/log/ovirt-hosted-engine-setup/ovirt-hosted-engine-setup-20170623023424-o9rbt0.log

At this point I really don’t know what I should try. And the log file is too 
verborragic (hoping this word exists) to look for errors.

Any guidance?

Thanks,
V.

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