Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English 简体中文 日本語 English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Self-Hosted Engine Guide1. Introduction1.1. Installation Options2. Deploying Self-Hosted Engine on Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor2.1. Installing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor2.2. Configuring Self-Hosted Engine on Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor2.3. Administering the Manager Virtual Machine3. Deploying Self-Hosted Engine on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Host3.1. Subscribing to the Required Entitlements3.2. Installing the Self-Hosted Engine Packages3.3. Configuring a RHEL-Based Self-Hosted Engine3.4. Administering the Manager Virtual Machine4. Troubleshooting a Self-Hosted Engine Deployment4.1. Troubleshooting the Manager Virtual Machine4.2. Cleaning Up a Failed Self-hosted Engine Deployment5. Migrating from Bare Metal to a RHEL-Based Self-Hosted Environment5.1. Migrating to a Self-Hosted Environment5.2. Migrating to a Self-Hosted Environment using the RHEV-M Virtual Appliance6. Maintenance and Upgrading Resources6.1. Maintaining the Self-Hosted Engine6.2. Upgrading a RHEL or RHEV-H 7 Self-Hosted Engine Environment6.3. Upgrading a RHEL or RHEV-H 6 Self-Hosted Engine Environment6.4. Removing a Host from a Self-Hosted Engine Environment7. Backing up and Restoring a RHEL-Based Self-Hosted Environment7.1. Backing up the Self-Hosted Engine Manager Virtual Machine7.2. Restoring the Self-Hosted Engine Environment7.2.1. Creating a New Self-Hosted Engine Environment to be Used as the Restored Environment7.2.2. Restoring the Self-Hosted Engine Manager7.2.3. Restoring the Self-Hosted Engine Manager Manually7.2.4. Removing Non-Operational Hosts from a Restored Self-Hosted Engine Environment7.3. Installing Additional Hosts to a Restored Self-Hosted Engine Environment8. Installing Additional Hosts to a Self-Hosted Environment9. Migrating Databases9.1. Migrating the Self-Hosted Engine Database to a Remote Server Database9.2. Migrating Data Warehouse and Reports to Separate Machines9.3. Migrating the Data Warehouse Database to a Separate Machine9.4. Migrating the Data Warehouse Service to a Separate Machine9.5. Migrating the Reports Service to a Separate Machine10. Data Warehouse and Reports10.1. Overview of Configuring Data Warehouse and Reports10.2. Data Warehouse and Reports Configuration Notes10.3. Data Warehouse and Reports Installation Options10.3.1. Installing and Configuring Data Warehouse and Reports on the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager10.3.2. Installing and Configuring Data Warehouse and Reports on the Same Separate Machine10.3.3. Installing and Configuring Data Warehouse and Reports on Separate Machines10.3.4. Installing and Configuring Data Warehouse on the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager and Reports on a Separate Machine10.3.5. Installing and Configuring Data Warehouse on a Separate Machine and Reports on the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization ManagerA. Manually Installing the Manager Operating SystemB. Revision HistoryLegal Notice 2.3. Administering the Manager Virtual Machine The hosted-engine utility is provided to assist with administering the Manager virtual machine. To check the status of the Manager virtual machine, in the text user interface, select the Hosted Engine screen and select < Hosted Engine VM status >. See Section 4.1, “Troubleshooting the Manager Virtual Machine” for more information. 2.2. Configuring Self-Hosted Engine on Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor 3. Deploying Self-Hosted Engine on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Host Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.