Thanks Kristian for the information. I’ve pushed the 5.4.5 rpms to my copr repo
Is there any official packages for Hotfix version?
5.4.11 builded. This version by default use 50 mysql connections.
Well, this is in fact on purpose and a new feature that boots scalability on large deployments. The increase on DB connections allows a better concurrency on oned threads when accessing the DB. You can limit this with CONNECTIONS on the DB attribute:
This new feature has been backported to one-5.4 branch.
5.6.2 builded. Resolved issues:
- Fix issue when setting an specific CPU model.
- Fix paginated CLI output for onehost show and oneimage show.
- Monitoring VMs fails when there is not datastore associated.
- Label icons does not displayed.
- Active disk snapshot is missing arrow in Sunstone.
- VCENTER_ESX_HOST fail with DRS in vCenter.
- vCenter datastores with spaces does not work properly.
- tm_mad does not allow disks with brackets.
- vCenter uploader change original filename.
Well, almost builded - the sunstone package is missing
I’ve take a look at the src.rpm. The packages README.md is not keeping the pace with the development. Unfortunately the sunstone Development doc also is lagging. So when preparing the sunstone interface you must rename
dist/main-dist.js after running
grunt requirejs. Beside that most probably you have some other issue to resolve too (without the mentioned note the sunstone package was built, but it was broken…)
 You should consider using
git archive to extract the sources from git. I am using the following line:
git archive --prefix="opennebula-5.6.2/" -o "../opennebula-5.6.2-src.tar.gz" "release-5.6.2"
 There is a script to automate the rebuild of sunstone’s
main.js named build.sh where you can find the actual build procedure. If you decide to use
build.sh directly keep in mind that there are some flaws though.
Hope this helps