Thanks a lot, Simone!
This is clearly shows a problem:
[root@ov-eng ovirt-engine]# sudo -u postgres psql -d engine -c 'select
vds_name, vds_spm_id from vds'
vds_name | vds_spm_id
ovirt1.local | 2
ovirt2.local | 1
While hosted-engine.conf on ovirt1.local have host_id=1, and ovirt2.local
host_id=2. So totally opposite values.
So how to get this fixed in the simple way? Update the engine DB?
On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 5:37 PM, Simone Tiraboschi <stira...@redhat.com>
> On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 12:13 PM, Artem Tambovskiy <
> artem.tambovs...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Last weekend my cluster suffered form a massive power outage due to human
>> I'm using SHE setup with Gluster, I managed to bring the cluster up
>> quickly, but once again I have a problem with duplicated host_id (
>> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1543988) on second host and
>> due to this second host is not capable to run HE.
>> I manually updated file hosted_engine.conf with correct host_id and
>> restarted agent & broker - no effect. Than I rebooted the host itself -
>> still no changes. How to fix this issue?
> I'd suggest to run this command on the engine VM:
> sudo -u postgres scl enable rh-postgresql95 -- psql -d engine -c 'select
> vds_name, vds_spm_id from vds'
> (just sudo -u postgres psql -d engine -c 'select vds_name, vds_spm_id
> from vds' if still on 4.1) and check
> on all the involved host.
> Maybe you can also have a leftover configuration file on undeployed host.
> When you find a conflict you should manually bring down sanlock
> In doubt a reboot of both the hosts will solve for sure.
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