Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1024851
Engine to pass UUID along with IP / FQDN to the VDSM layer for host remove
Last modified: 2015-12-28 01:37:39 EST
Description of problem:
when a (vdsm) node has more than one nic or
a node peer probed using name or
its peer probed using an alternate ip,
the remove host task sent from the engine failed with "peer host not found" error.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add nodes with more then 2 nics to the engine (rhsc)
2. Remove one node
This error occurs, whenever an engine sends a name or ip of a host to be removed to a node which doesn't aware of or doesn't have the host name or ip entry in its peer list (status). To avoid this, the engine can send gluster host uuid also along with host name to the vdsm and the vdsm can check the uuid and remove (detach) the appropriate host.
patch send to upstream: http://gerrit.ovirt.org/#/c/20731/
This issue occurs due to wrong configuration.
Currently dns configuration is required for rhs. It will work
properly when we have fully qualified domain name for a host.
So that it can uniquely identify the server. This can also be
temporarily configured using host file in /etc/host.
Taking this bug out of Corbett list.
Moving to ASSIGNED as the patch is abandoned in upstream.
RHSC 2.1 is EOLed and we don't have any plan to fix this issue.
If you think, this is an important bug to be addressed, pls. re-open it on the latest release.
I will go ahead and "CLOSE" this bug for this release.