1. Open VNC console and check the situation. Just like any other  VM.
2.  You can get the config  via checking the vdsm log on the host where the 
system has started properly last time  (as  current situation is bad, check 
previous  power up event).
You can save the xml and use that to define the VM in virsh, but you also need 
to define ovirtmgmt network -> check in the web , as I don't have access  to my 
systems right now.
If virsh complaints about the disks -  check that the storage domains'  link  
is properly set to your storage.

Best Regards,
Strahil NikolovOn Sep 30, 2019 05:49, wangyu13476969...@126.com wrote:
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> 1. How should ovirt-engine be repaired if it is hung up? 
> 2. How do I export the ovirt-engine configuration file?
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