2015-09-17 05:40 AM
if you are a Red Hat shop with RHEV on the floor, and are interested in RHEV support in OCI, we are a bit blocked by
Basically, OCI host virtualization datasources expect to understand a hypervisor's FC WWNN and WWPNs, as well as iSCSI IQNs.
There is apparently RHEV REST API tooling for the iSCSI stuff, but not the FC stuff. Given how much FC storage OCI monitors for customers around the world, this is a real inhibitor for us to bring a datasource without this information. The alternatives are not attractive - SSHing to each hypervisor, which may require root-like privileges?
Let Red Hat know if you are impacted, as my experience tells me product managers prefer more rather than less feedback from customers