thank you for your confirmation.
I've installed from the added repository the packages for AmFedora 16 but
on the testing server i've installed them i've no RHEV-M, Amazon EC2 or
vSphere vCenter available so I've looked at oVirt to install the
opensourced version of RHEV-M but the install instructions are not yet
clear enough for me so now I'm trying first to install OpenStack and wait
for the OpenStack support in Aeolus.
When trying to install OpenStack after having installed Aeolus i've seen
they are not using the same message passing software and had to disable
qpidd installed by Aeolus to be able to start RabbitMQ installed by
So i will continue my Aeolus tests when the OpenStack support is testable
It seems it is planned to come but does somebody has more details about it ?
thank you for all these opensource efforts in virtualization ;)
2012/1/22 Dan Macpherson <dmacpher(a)redhat.com>
Although the website's instructions specify Fedora 15, the .repo file
should target packages based upon your Fedora version.
We'll also update the website instructions to mention Fedora 16.
- Dan Macpherson
----- Original Message -----
> Thank you for this announce, i'm trying it on my Fedora 16 x86_64
> testing server.
> But i've seen nothing about Fedora 16 on
> I will if it works for me or not :)
> Have a good weekend ;)
> 2012/1/20 Justin Clift < jclift(a)redhat.com >
> We're very proud to present version 0.8.0 of Aeolus, the
> multi-cloud deployment solution, sponsored by Red Hat.
> This release is mostly UI improvements, along with many
> important bug fixes.
> Installation of Aeolus is very straight forward, using the
> instructions on the website:
> 64-bit packages are available for Fedora 15, 16, and RHEL 6.1+.
> All testing and bug reports are greatly appreciated. They will
> directly contribute to improving the quality of future releases.
> NOTE - Although Aeolus is still some way from production quality,
> it is suitable for testing. Please don't use it with live data yet.
> For more in depth details, please check the release notes here:
> Regards and best wishes,
> Justin Clift
> Aeolus Community Manager
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