This release of Red Hat Virtualization features the following enhancements:
There are several cluster and host settings which require reinstallation of the host if changed. The requirement to reinstall was always mentioned in documentation and a WARNING event was raised. With this release, the Administration Portal now also shows an exclamation mark icon for each host that needs to be reinstalled. When an exclamation mark icon is shown, you can find the details about it in the Action Items section of the host's details view.
In this release, a refresh button has been added to the Dashboard tab in the Administration Portal to enable users to view up-to-date system summary information.
The ipa-client package is now installed on hosts, and is included in the Red Hat Virtualization Host image. This enables Cockpit certificate signing and SSO with Red Hat IdM, and adding the host to an IdM realm.
This section outlines important details about the release, including recommended practices and notable changes to Red Hat Virtualization. You must take this information into account to ensure the best possible outcomes for your deployment.
This update ensures that TLSv12 support is enabled by default and no manual configuration is required.
These known issues exist in Red Hat Virtualization at this time:
Previously, the self-hosted engine setup failed if the system clock was set to a time zone that was behind UTC during the installation. This is due to the fact that the Red Hat Virtualization Host generates VDSM certificates at the first boot and if the clock is incorrect, the chronyd or ntpd processes resynchronized the clock. This lead to an invalid certificate if the time zone was behind UTC.
Now, Red Hat Virtualization Host generates the certificates after the chronyd or ntpd processes, and waits two seconds for the clock to synchronize.
Note that if the Red Hat Virtualization Host is configured after the installation, or if the NTP server is too slow, the self-hosted engine setup may fail.