Replying to myself, in case someone is interested :
A direct DB update seems sufficient :
select name,compute_resource_id from hosts where name like 'dev%';
update hosts set compute_resource_id = 5 where name like 'dev%';
···De : email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] De la part de SCHAER Frederic Envoyé : mercredi 8 janvier 2014 15:12 À : email@example.com Objet : [PROVENANCE INTERNET] [foreman-users] foreman and libvirt host migration
So I’ve got virtual machines, which I migrated from one host to another.
And just because I was migrating stuff, I also changed the storage pool where the VM disks were stored, all this using libvirt.
And back in foreman, I see it’s quite unhappy with the old VM server (which is down, but I can power it on back again ), and I can’t change the VM hosts libvirt details : any hint on how to tell foreman what is the new VM server and the new storage pool ?
For the records, I added the new VM server in foreman, it sees the VMs inside it and allows me to power on/off + see the console, but the console is not working probably because of the default vnc passwords which were originally put by foreman.
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