On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 03:58:04PM -0700, Steven Dake wrote:
I've been working with the upstream sheepdog community to get the
userland component of sheepdog into shape for distribution. Soon the
userland rpm will be ready for review.
The userland depends on upstream QEMU 0.13 to add a block storage
device. Curious to know if there are plans to integrate this version of
QEMU into a future fedora version or if we could carry a patch on top of
current fedora qemu which integrates the functionality.
Fedora rawhide always tracks the latest upstream QEMU release, so when
0.13 is finally released, we'll pull it in. I'm not sure it'll make
it for F14 though. FYI there is a Fedora Virtualization mailing list
which is probably a better place for QEMU / virt platform questions
The other todo item is to figure out how to configure this from libvirt
so it can actually be used by Fedora virt management tools. The KVM
forum presentation suggested the Sheepdog maintainers had this as a
todo item already.
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