In the past I have always used virt-manager from linux, often switching to X11 forwarding to natively run the app in Windows because I had always thought that VNC just didn’t work with KVM, despite seeing posts to the contrary on the interwebs. Turns out, the issue is specifically with RealVNC’s (default) settings. To connect
Even though formally part of the linux kernel, you need to install and enable the ovirt-guest agent for proper polling of the machine. lives in EPEL, good idea to install this for most updated packages unless you want to remain RH downstream only yum -y install epel-release #now install it (and dependencies) yum
This page will be a marker for some of the steps required to get certain projects going. Even though many of these will be assigned to specific virtual machines, wanted to have a page linked to all of them in one spot.
While the networking side of our operation is fairly simple (actually mimics a routing small business setup), there are a couple gotchas that I ran into that one would not expect. The components of our network setup include: HP Procurve 1800-24G – this connects all of the machines together, both on the storage and management
Although VMWare is the most common that I have encountered, have also seen a spike in the usage of Red Hat’s KVM, as well as a slight increase in Microsoft’s Hyper-V hypervisors (which require a Windows Server 2012 install; there’s a 2008 version but still not a hundred percent that is free). In my current