Updated vdsm packages that fix a bug are now available.

VDSM is a management module that serves as a Red Hat Enterprise VirtualizationManager agent on Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor or Red HatEnterprise Linux hosts. All users managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Virtualization hosts using Red HatEnterprise Virtualization Manager are advised to install these updated packages,which fixes this issue.These updated packages will be provided to users of Red Hat EnterpriseVirtualization Hypervisor in the next rhev-hypervisor6 errata package.Changes to the vdsm component:* Virtual machines are no longer paused after migrations from 3.2 hypervisors to3.3 hypervisors. (BZ#1074298)* Live migration operations now respect the 300 second limit, and live migrationoperations continue for only 300 seconds. (BZ#1069220)* Removing a network no longer causes VDSM to take the main bond interface down.Previously, removing a network caused VDSM to take the main bond interface down,and that caused a short loss of communication for the networks using the bondinterface. The bond interface is put into a down state now only if it is meantto stay down or be removed. (BZ#1072407)
Before applying this update, make sure all previously-released erratarelevant to your system have been applied.This update is available via the Red Hat Network. Details on how touse the Red Hat Network to apply this update are available athttps://access.redhat.com/site/articles/11258Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3

    MD5: e8ce03b6ace9bdd66de240e0f2fd5457SHA-256: 22d69329bb550ef009435f1baf56c01105b1e3fe284a4e2a83418ae92d5680c7
    MD5: 3ae66baf78632eeb4b93bf7311b78832SHA-256: f924ec0e29bddeb8a3f3106ddfad7975521952a2e1772d9fdebf9c82cc778b6b
    MD5: 8ef093a5563302d738baaebc568a88c3SHA-256: 458611e50136eb82aee5ef571e5f30456a3649e494fa0b67c0aa7614426396a8
    MD5: d5a7646e0b0164b454df2c390da5986cSHA-256: 70c193369b3c2d02991ef61556cf86e367b2e816b8fa768087eea501fe458566
    MD5: 6d47affc23adbeacb9feaaaea187c7fcSHA-256: 34bbd4d8e77d138dea467ad97e8e2ce9f477770f9c7e7bd7f3dc2d67948095a7
    MD5: 25948e07e766012438a462866ecc25f5SHA-256: 48e1c33a09e9230c0c541902395b365b310a0a90d145a4f952a54480103fbb91
    MD5: 834c949a5bf55f86941666c0863a60a0SHA-256: 944316c9dc030689761316ab29f06bf635c85481029b6ab90f5a673ab38c9608
    MD5: a26defda181dc7c94bac37b63f52a769SHA-256: bdeed8c0b069a60038137793dfa07100057fe5c39911c3fc81e0e8e7d0e9048d
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.3

    MD5: e8ce03b6ace9bdd66de240e0f2fd5457SHA-256: 22d69329bb550ef009435f1baf56c01105b1e3fe284a4e2a83418ae92d5680c7
    MD5: 77b89ca8efb13ebd3feb70106a46899fSHA-256: 42426bf959044e2743b188e1dcbd2cdd400069f1dc77a96cef03925f92d38faf
(The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network)
1061023 – KVM version miss in RHEVM 3.3 (when the host is RHEVH 6.5 20140121.0.el6ev)1069220 – migration_timeout not honoured, live migration goes on beyond it1072407 – The remove network action by vdsm causes the main bond interface to go down up1074298 – VMs are paused after migration from 3.2 to 3.3 hypervisor

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