[SOLVED] Getting error trying to add a host on oVirt
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On the Node (under the /etc/vdsm/vdsm.conf file) I have the "fake_kvm_support = true" to see if that would make the node install (didn't work)...also I have "ssl = false" to see if it might be a cert error (still didn't work).
And, yes, I've even tried removing and adding the node again...still no luck =\
What are my next steps? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Although the processor is reporting that it's capable of virtualization...doesn't mean it's enabled (so I learned)...I had to turn on virtualization at the BIOS level...I found this out digging around in the Node's VDSM logs...