Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 812299
The ovirt-shell console command doesn't work with SSL disabled
Last modified: 2013-04-21 03:34:10 EDT
Description of problem:
The ovrit-shell console command doesn't work correctly if SSH is disabled in the engine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Make an ovirt-engine installation with SSL disabled and then try to use ovirt-shell to connect to the spice console of a virtual machine:
ovirt-shell --connect --url http://... --user admin@internal --password ...
[oVirt shell (connected)]# console myserver
No message from ovirt-shell and the spice command is not launched.
The spice command should be launched or an error message be presented.
This is the list of arguments that ovirt-shell is passing to the spice command:
['spicec', '-h', '192.168.200.100', '-p', '5900', '-s', 'None', '-w', 'FJ8pYdsKYhGH', '-t', 'myserver']
The problem is the "-s None" parameter, that should be omitted.
Proposed change to fix this problem is available here:
The proposed change has been merged:
This change is included in release 2.1.6.
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