On 10/01/2012 08:41 PM, Mo Morsi wrote:
On 09/29/2012 05:20 AM, Stephen Liu wrote:
> oVirt looks similar to OpenStack. I tried the later before. It is
> also quite complex to setup
ovirt has full administration ui and should be more mature/robust on
Ya I setup both for my Aeolus demo at the OLF  and both were on par
as far as the complexity of the configuration needed.
A cloud is a complicated service involving orchestrating quite a few
components that may be complicated in their own right. Still think there
is alot of up in the air regarding cloud computing! Got this impression
from the conference as well, everyone seemed to have a different
preferred IaaS implementation including the two mentioned and more
ovirt should be straight forward to install on fedora 17.
also has an all-in-one mode which allows to get both engine and host on
same phsyical machine.
some are using it with nested kvm for testing.
if you have any issues setting it up, i suggest users(a)ovirt.org for help.
> On Sat, Sep 29, 2012 at 3:30 AM, Stephen Liu <satimis(a)yahoo.com
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> >I know that some pages are obsoletes I did not use a copy paste
> page, i found a lot of error but works fine on
> > bare metal, ovirt is not for replacement of VirtualBox, IT is
> for datacenter solutions !!!!
> No. I'm fully aware.
> I just asked whether oVirt can run OS which runs on VM (guest) of
> VirtualBox? To my understanding oVirt needs bare metal to run?
Just curious as to why we can't do this. Can't we leverage qemu if
running in a vm? Will this be alleviated when kvm supports virt-in-virt?
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