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Dear sirs,

We are operating an Ovirt-3.1(2) based virtual server system with approx 10
CentOS6+vdsm nodes. Engine and node server’s were build using RPMs installed through the here-below Yum repository, according to the HowTo on the CentOS site (http://wiki.CentOS.org/HowTos/oVirt)

http://dev.CentOS.org/CentOS/6/ovirt/ovirt.repo

While I have another node server to add, I kew that this repository does not exists any more.

I would be glad if someone could tell me where we can find the archives.

Thanks in advance

Hideo Goto

5 thoughts on - CentOS Ovirt-3.1 Repository

  • This we in our testing repo only, and once oVirt.org started releasing all updates for CentOS-6, we stopped doing it as it was just duplicate work and the oVirt.org work was released as stable.

    I would recommend that you look here for equivalent versions:

    http://resources.ovirt.org/releases/

    I am looking, but I don’t think we keep our versions. If you want 3.1
    versions, you can get something very similar to what we did here:

    http://www.dreyou.org/ovirt/

    in the ovirt-engine31 and vdsm31 directories …

    I would highly recommend the newer versions from oVirt.org as they are now shipping version 3.4 as stable for EL6.

    Thanks, Johnny Hughes

  • Many thanks for your prompt and accurate info, Karanbir. I am going to follow your advice right now.

    In fact we have a 3.4 site also and found it incomparably more stable than ever, and have been discussing migration of our old sites. But Ovirt is, as you know, very update-hostile system: We still have another 3.0 site working.

    Thanks again.

    Hideo Goto

  • Many thanks for your prompt and accurate info, Karanbir and yet special thanks to Johnny Hughes. I am going to follow your advice right now.

    In fact we have a 3.4 site also and found it incomparably more stable than ever, and have been discussing migration of our old sites. But Ovirt is, as you know, very update-hostile system: We still have another 3.0 site working.

    Thanks again.

  • Hi,

    fyi:

    this might be true for old 3.0 versions but at least since 3.3.z upgrades are stable and work well. there is just some breakage in rest api json support from 3.3. to 3.4. but this is due to the fact that json was not “officially” supported in 3.3

    HTH

    Am 02.09.2014 02:14, schrieb Hideo Goto:

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