So last night I compiles XO from source as I plan to use it at home for my 2 XCP-ng 8.2 servers, but also as an eval for work, since I am thinking about moving to it there from XCP-center.
Everything went well, got it up and running and playing with it, but I have run into an issue that, in my opinion, make XO somewhat suspect as a management platform for XCP.
I installed the patches is suggested, and then a triangle appeared in the hosts list saying I need to restart in order for the patches to be applied, I did this three times, but the alert has not gone away.
Related to this, one host also has a red triangle saying that the time on the host does not match that of the XO system. Which was true, the RTC was set to local time, but XCP thought that was UTC, so it adjusted the system time. I fixed that, now the time is correct. Yet the triangle has not gone away, it's been over twelve hours and a reboot of that host, the red triangle persists.
Did I miss something here? Is there a way to force XO to check again and update? How do I know if the patches have been applied (XCP-center used to be nice and easy for this)?
I also note that none of these warnings/errors are listed under the Healthy dashboard in the alerts section, or in the Overview dashboard.