As you probably noticed there were no regular releases after oVirt 4.5.4
<https://ovirt.org/release/4.5.4/> in December 2022.

Despite the calls to action to the community and to the companies involved
with oVirt, there have been no uptake of the leading of the oVirt project

The developers at Red Hat still dedicating time to the project are now
facing the fact they lack the time to do formal releases despite they keep
fixing platform regressions like the recent ones due to the new ansible
changes. That makes a nightly snapshot setup a more stable environment than
oVirt 4.5.4.

For this reason, we would like to suggest the user community to enable
nightly repositories for oVirt by following the procedure at:

This will ensure that the latest fixes for the platform regressions will be
promptly available.


Sandro Bonazzola

MANAGER, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING - Red Hat In-Vehicle Operating System

Red Hat EMEA <https://www.redhat.com/>


*Red Hat respects your work life balance. Therefore there is no need to
answer this email out of your office hours.*
Users mailing list -- users@ovirt.org
To unsubscribe send an email to users-le...@ovirt.org
Privacy Statement: https://www.ovirt.org/privacy-policy.html
oVirt Code of Conduct: 
List Archives: 

Reply via email to