RHEA-2019:1560 - Product Enhancement Advisory
Product Enhancement Advisory
Red Hat Insights patch analysis
Identify and remediate systems affected by this advisory.
Updated cockpit-ovirt packages that fix several bugs and add various enhancements are now available.
Cockpit is a Linux system administration tool with a web UI, easy setup, and minimal system footprint at runtime. When installed on hosts in Red Hat Virtualization, it provides monitoring and management functions beyond those available in the Administration Portal. Cockpit is installed by default on Red Hat Virtualization Host (RHVH).
Changes to the cockpit-ovirt component:
- Previously, you could only test a host's network connectivity with ICMP (ping). Sometimes the gateway does not reply to a ping request, such as when ping is blocked at the network level. When such a failure occurred during the installation of a self-hosted engine, the installation failed.
Now you can test network connectivity by checking if the DNS resolution is working, by pinging the gateway, by testing a TCP connection to a configurable port on a configurable host, or you can proceed with installation without running any test. (BZ#1709895)
Before applying this update, make sure all previously released errata
relevant to your system have been applied.
For details on how to apply this update, refer to:
- Red Hat Virtualization 4 for RHEL 7 x86_64
- BZ - 1695610 - Prompt for applying default OpenSCAP profile is not present in hosted engine setup via cockpit
- BZ - 1709895 - [RFE] Allow to choose alternative to ICMP ping for hosted engine network test
- BZ - 1709942 - [RFE] Remove 'validate' buttons on HE wizard for validate FQDNs
- BZ - 1710245 - Hosted-Engine deployment via Cockpit uses 4vCPU w/ 16348 GB instead of 16384
Red Hat Virtualization 4 for RHEL 7