oVirt Node is a small scaled down version of Fedora used solely to hosts virtual machine guests.
- Name: David Huff
- email: email@example.com
- Targeted release: Fedora 12
- Last updated: 2009-07-16
- Percentage of completion: 77%
oVirt Node is a small host image that provides libvirt service via KVM to hosts virtual machines. The Ovirt node can be run in standalone mode or in conjunction with the ovirt managment server, a web-based virtual machine management console. The ovirt Node Image is a livecd-based image that can be installed to the hosts physical storage, or run as a live image off a cd or usb key. This feature consists of three parts, ovirt-node.rpm, ovirt-node-recipe.rpm, ovirt-node-spin.iso
Benefit to Fedora
Easy way for users of Fedora and Ovirt to download Ovirt Node Image. Will not require and ISO image to be built and distributed in a RPM.
How To Test
- Detailed documentation is available at http://ovirt.org/documentation.html
1. download spin burn to cd run ovirt node off livecd or install to bare-metal machine 2. install ovirt-node-recipe.rpm
- pull down ovirt-node-image (spin) - convert to usb disk - set up pxe environment - run ovirt node
- RPM deps
- This is a brand new package, so no contingency plan is required.
- Upstream web page: http://ovirt.org
- Fedora users now have access to a virtualization management infrastructure.
Comments and Discussion
- See Talk:Ovirt_Node
- #ovirt (freenode)
- firstname.lastname@example.org (public mailing list)