Chapter 12. Viewing deployment errors

12.1. Failed to deploy storage

If an error occurs during storage deployment, the deployment process halts and ⓧ Deployment failed is displayed.

Deploying storage failed

Example of failed storage deployment

  • Review the Web Console output for error information.
  • Click Clean up to remove any potentially incorrect changes to the system.
  • Click Redeploy and correct any entered values that may have caused errors. If you need help resolving errors, contact Red Hat Support with details.
  • Return to storage deployment to try again.

12.2. Failed to prepare virtual machine

If an error occurs while preparing the virtual machine in Hosted Engine deployment, deployment pauses, and you see a screen similar to the following:

Preparing virtual machine failed

Example of failed virtual machine preparation

  • Review the Web Console output for error information.
  • Click Clean up to remove any potentially incorrect changes to the system.
  • Click Redeploy and correct any entered values that may have caused errors. If you need help resolving errors, contact Red Hat Support with details.
  • Ensure that the rhvm-appliance package is available on all hosts.

    # yum install rhvm-appliance
  • Return to Hosted Engine deployment to try again.

    If you closed the deployment wizard while you resolved errors, you can select Use existing configuration when you retry the deployment process.

12.3. Failed to deploy hosted engine

If an error occurs during hosted engine deployment, deployment pauses, and ⓧ Deployment failed is displayed.

Hosted engine deployment failed

Example of a failed hosted engine deployment

  • Review the Web Console output for error information.
  • Remove the contents of the engine volume.

    1. Mount the engine volume.

      # mount -t glusterfs <server1>:/engine /mnt/test
    2. Remove the contents of the volume.

      # rm -rf /mnt/test/*
    3. Unmount the engine volume.

      # umount /mnt/test
  • Click Clean up to remove any potentially incorrect changes to the system.
  • Click Redeploy and correct any entered values that may have caused errors. If you need help resolving errors, contact Red Hat Support with details.
  • Return to Hosted Engine deployment to try again.

    If you closed the deployment wizard while you resolved errors, you can select Use existing configuration when you retry the deployment process.