An updated ovirt-hosted-engine-ha package is now available.
The ovirt-hosted-engine-ha package enables the self-hosted engine to be highlyavailable.

A self-hosted engine is a virtualized environment in which the RedHat Enterprise Virtualization Manager runs on a virtual machine on the hostsmanaged by the Manager.
If the host running the virtual machine goes intomaintenance, the virtual machine is migrated automatically to another host inthe environment.Changes to the ovirt-hosted-engine-ha component:* Previously, on service stop, ovirt-ha-agent wasn’t properly cleaning sanlocklockspaces. Upgrading the sanlock package with active locks can result in areboot in the middle of the upgrade. Now, ovirt-ha-agent correctly cleans onexit. (BZ#1298461)* Previously, on Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisors, the symlinksunder /rhev/data-center were not persisted and had to be recreated after eachreboot; if not, the mount of the hosted-engine storage domain failed since thelocal mount point was not available. Now, getStorageDomainStats has the sideeffect of re-creating all the links, so the mount no longer fails. (BZ#1309211)
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/articles/11258
1298461 – Host under maintenance still have sanlock lockspaces which prevents the upgrade of the sanlock package

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