ovirt-register man page

ovirt-register ā€” oVirt registration tool for hosts

Synopsis

ovirt-register --engine-fqdn ENGINE_FQDN [options]

Description

ovirt-register is a command line tool to register hosts to Engine.

Options

-h, --help

Displays a list of options.

--engine-fqdn <engine fqdn>

Specifies the Engine FQND for host registration (See also --check-fqdn)

--node-fqdn <node fqdn>

Node FQDN or IP address. If not provided, will be used system host name.

--node-name <node name>

Define the node name. If not provided, will be used system short host name (the name before the first dot in the system host name)

--engine-https-port <https port>

Define engine https port. If not provided, will be used 443.

--ssh-user

SSH username to establish the connection with Engine. If not provided, the user which is executing the script will catch and used.

--ssh-port

SSH port to establish the connection with Engine. If not provided, the script will use the default SSH port 22.

--nocheck-fqdn

Disable FQDN check for Engine CA, this option is enabled by default

--cafile

Specify the full path for the Engine CA file, it will be created if doesn't exist.

--fingerprint

Specify an existing fingerprint to be validated against Engine CA fingerprint.

--vdsm-port

Specify the listen port of VDSM. If not provided, will be used the default 54321

--log <file path>

Specify a file to redirect the log

--force-uuid <UUID>

Force the UUID of machine. It's useful for machines that provides duplicate UUID. You might generate the UUID with: cat /proc/sys/kernel/random/uuid

--nopersist-uuid

Do not Save the UUID in the disk (/etc/vdsm/vdsm.id). The default behaviour is save into the disk. (Use: True or False)

Bugs

Report bugs to <http://bugzilla.redhat.com>

Info

25 Jun, 2015 1.0 ovirt-register man page