What version of CentOS 8 are you using -> Stream or regular, version ?

Best Regards,
Strahil Nikolov

На 16 юли 2020 г. 21:07:57 GMT+03:00, "Dominique Deschênes" 
<dominique.desche...@gcgenicom.com> написа:
>
>
>HI, 
>Thank you for your answers
>
>I tried to replace the "package" with "dnf".  the installation of the
>gluster seems to work well but I had the similar message during the
>deployment of the Hosted engine.
>
>Here is the error
>
>[ ERROR ] fatal: [localhost]: FAILED! => {"attempts": 10, "changed":
>false, "msg": "The Python 2 yum module is needed for this module. If
>you require Python 3 support use the `dnf` Ansible module instead."} 
>
>
>
>
>
>Dominique Deschênes
>Ingénieur chargé de projets, Responsable TI
>816, boulevard Guimond, Longueuil J4G 1T5
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>
>
>          
>
>----- Message reçu -----
>De: clam2...@gmail.com
>Date: 16/07/20 13:40
>À: users@ovirt.org
>Objet: [ovirt-users] Re: oVirt Node 4.4.1.1 Cockpit Hyperconverged
>Gluster deploy fails insufficient free space no matter how small the
>volume is set
>
>Dear Strahil, Dominique and Edward:
>
>I reimaged the three hosts with
>ovirt-node-ng-installer-4.4.1-2020071311.el8.iso just to be sure
>everything was stock (I had upgraded from v4.4) and attempted a
>redeploy with all suggested changes EXCEPT replacing "package" with
>"dnf" --> same failure.  I then made Strahil's recommended replacement
>of "package" with "dnf" and the Gluster deployment succeeded through
>that section of main.yml only to fail a little later at:
>
>- name: Install python-yaml package for Debian systems
> package:
>   name: python-yaml
>   state: present
> when: ansible_distribution == "Debian" or ansible_distribution ==
>"Ubuntu"
>
>I found this notable given that I had not replaced "package" with "dnf"
>in the prior section:
>
>- name: Change to Install lvm tools for debian systems.
> package:
>   name: thin-provisioning-tools
>   state: present
> when: ansible_distribution == "Debian" or ansible_distribution ==
>"Ubuntu"
>
>and deployment had not failed here.  Anyhow, I deleted the two Debian
>statements as I am deploying from Node (CentOS based), cleaned up,
>cleaned up my drives ('dmsetup remove eui.xxx...' and 'wipefs --all
>--force /dev/nvme0n1 /dev/nvmeXn1 ...')  and redeployed again.  This
>time Gluster deployment seemed to execute main.yml OK only to fail in a
>new file, vdo_create.yml:
>
>TASK [gluster.infra/roles/backend_setup : Install VDO dependencies]
>************
>task path:
>/etc/ansible/roles/gluster.infra/roles/backend_setup/tasks/vdo_create.yml:26
>fatal: [fmov1n1.sn.dtcorp.com]: FAILED! => {"changed": false, "msg":
>"The Python 2 yum module is needed for this module. If you require
>Python 3 support use the `dnf` Ansible module instead."}
>fatal: [fmov1n3.sn.dtcorp.com]: FAILED! => {"changed": false, "msg":
>"The Python 2 yum module is needed for this module. If you require
>Python 3 support use the `dnf` Ansible module instead."}
>fatal: [fmov1n2.sn.dtcorp.com]: FAILED! => {"changed": false, "msg":
>"The Python 2 yum module is needed for this module. If you require
>Python 3 support use the `dnf` Ansible module instead."}
>
>Expecting that this might continue, I have been looking into the
>documentation of how "package" works and if I can find a root cause for
>this rather than reviewing n *.yml files and replacing "package" with
>"dnf" in all of them.  Thank you VERY much to Strahil for helping me!
>
>If Strahil or anyone else has any additional troubleshooting tips,
>suggestions, insight or solutions I am all ears.  I will continue to
>update as I progress.
>
>Respectfully,
>Charles
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