On Wed, Jul 15, 2020 at 8:14 AM AK via Users <users@ovirt.org> wrote:
> Yes sir,  I run the clean up script after each failure, clean out the gluster 
> volume, and remove any network the deploy scripts create.   I just conducted 
> the deployment on different hardware (different drives, different CPU, raid 
> controller, SSD's) and it produced the same result (failure at 
> OVF_STore_check).  The only deployment items that are consistent are creating 
> the physical network bonds and gluster volumes which can be mounted across 
> the network and have been tested as storage pools for other virtualization 
> and storage platforms.

Can you please check engine-side logs? If you can access the engine VM
(search hosted-engine logs for local_vm_ip if it's still on the local
network), check /var/log/ovirt-engine/*, otherwise, on the host,

That said, we also have (what seems like) a very similar failure on
CI, for some time now - check e.g. the latest nightly run:



2020-07-14 22:59:42,414-0400 INFO ansible task start {'status': 'OK',
'ansible_type': 'task', 'ansible_playbook':
'ansible_task': 'ovirt.hosted_engine_setup : Check OVF_STORE volume

It tries some time, eventually fails, like your case. engine log has:


2020-07-14 22:57:03,197-04 INFO
(default task-1) [4abbccc] EVENT_ID: USER_VDC_LOGOUT(31), User
admin@internal-authz connected from '' using session
logged out.
2020-07-14 22:57:03,242-04 ERROR
[313eed07] Command 'UploadStreamVDSCommand(HostName =
execution failed: javax.net.ssl.SSLPeerUnverifiedException:
Certificate for <lago-he-basic-suite-master-host-0.lago.local> doesn't
match any of the subject alternative names:

This is currently discussed on the devel list, in thread:

    execution failed: javax.net.ssl.SSLPeerUnverifiedException (was:
[ovirt-devel] vdsm.storage.exception.UnknownTask: Task id unknown
(was: [oVirt Jenkins] ovirt-system-tests_he-basic-suite-master - Build
# 1641 - Still Failing!))

We are still not sure about the exact cause, but I have a feeling that
it's somehow related to naming/name resolution/hostname/etc.

In any case, I didn't manage to reproduce this locally on my own machine.

I suggest checking everything you can think of related to this -
dhcp/dns, output of 'hostname' on the host, etc.

Good luck and best regards,
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