Bugfixes for cockpit-ovirt 4.0.4
Cockpit is a Linux system administration tool with a web UI, easy setup, andminimal system footprint at runtime. When installed on hosts in Red HatVirtualization, it provides monitoring and management functions beyond thoseavailable in the Administration Portal.

The cockpit-ovirt package is installedby default on Red Hat Virtualization Host (RHVH).Changes to the cockpit-ovirt component:* Previously, the cockpit-ovirt plugin was not operating in Internet Explorer11, because Internet Explorer 11 does not support some Javascript functions.With this release, the cockpit-ovirt plugin works on Internet Explorer 11.(BZ#1353882)Changes to the UI component:* On the Virtualization page in Cockpit, if VDSM is not running on the host, theuser is informed and steps to resolve the issue are provided.

This might happen,in particular, when the self-hosted engine is not yet deployed or the host isnot yet added to a cluster. (BZ#1369001)* With this release, a warning before the ‘Shut Down All VMs’ action stressesthe importance of checking which virtual machines will be affected, namely theself-hosted engine. (BZ#1366144)
Before applying this update, make sure all previously released erratarelevant to your system have been applied.For details on how to apply this update, refer to:https://access.redhat.com/articles/11258
1350194 – Can’t log in to the engine from Cockpit of NGN 4.0.1353882 – VM info of RHVH can’t be shown on cockpit UI via Internet Explorer 111364036 – [RHVH] [Cockpit] Error display: “getAllvmslist( ) error:405” after Login to Engine1366144 – Hosted Engine is down after doing some operations on Cockpit Virtual Machine page1369001 – Cockpit “Virtualization” dashboard should handle stopped VDSM gracefully

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