2018-02-22 06:40 AM
I try to add our Openstack environment to our OCI.
The data source shows the following error: Internal error: None of the hypervisors builds KVM successfully
In the log I can see the following error: <IP> - Could not communicate with the device: Auth fail
For KVM sudo we are using a Keyfile. The private keyfile is located on the server and the path is added in the data source configuration.
Does someone have experiance with that?
I already added every host to the known host information.
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2018-02-22 07:06 AM
I think OCI may be looking for a OpenSSH formatted key, not a .ppk.
If the file worked with Putty, it is probably in Putty .ppk format.
It may be worth using Puttygen to convert the key to OpenSSH format
2018-04-10 01:15 AM - edited 2018-04-10 01:16 AM
I have the same issue as described above, but I do see correct login attempts on the KVM server (OpenStack Compute node).
I'm running OnCommand (R) Insight 7.3.2 on all servers, OCI server, OCI DWH and one acquisition unit and using a super user / password authentication (not key files).
Still I'm getting the error: "Internal error: None of the hypervisors builds KVM successfully"
Thank you for any hints,