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RHEV 3.4 reports application show as not installed – Fixed

Redhat has a KB article out there that lists steps on re-configuring rhevm-reports for RHEV 3.3 here, but nothing is listed for RHEV 3.4.

Below is what I did to fix rhevm-reports:

First, make sure that rhevm-reports and rhevm-dwh are not installed on the system anymore:

yum remove rhevm-reports rhevm-dwh

Then, I removed the databases and users from the PostgreSQL server:

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vBeers Columbus Returns on January 28th

Join us for the first Columbus vBeers of 2015. Our last visit to Rooster’s was in March so stop by for some wings and a beverage.

This will be a non-sponsored event so bring your wallet, your sense of humor and get ready for some great IT and virtualization conversations with some of the best people in Central Ohio’s IT community (including YOU!).  … Read the rest

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Using vSAN RVC to learn more about your vSAN environment

The vSAN Ruby vSphere Console (RVC) is a very-much undocumented feature of vSAN that allows you to explore some pretty kick-ass features of vSAN in terms of what-if scenarios, cluster info, and dashboard information from the vCenter server appliance.… Read the rest

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RedHat CloudForms Service Dialog to resize a VMware virtual disk

Thanks to Matt Hyclak: Here’s what we’re using. We have a button attached to VMs that calls a Service Dialog to gather the disk information (size and disk). Currently we assume there’s only one SCSI controller, so there’s room for improvement, but this should do the heavy lifting.… Read the rest

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