[CentOS] Building REDHAT Desktop Virtualization Solution With Centos
marklapier at aol.com
Thu Jan 12 00:53:13 UTC 2012
On 01/11/2012 06:53 AM, Johnny Hughes wrote:
> On 01/11/2012 05:11 AM, Arif Tuhin wrote:
>> Redhat offers a desktop virtualization solution using "kvm,qemu,libvirt and spice" which is directed at centralized server hosting virtual desktops and thin clients connecting to it.
>> All the relevant software are open source. So it should be possible to achieve the same feat with CentOS. Anyone know any complete tutorial regarding this?
>> I've found separate tutorials regarding spice, kvm etc. But a complete tutorial describing how to emulate the "Redhat virtualization for Desktops" will be very handy.
> If you are talking about the RHEV product line, not all of it is open
> source yet (at least not in the versions for the currently released RHEV
> line). What is specifically not yet available and/or opensource are all
> the jboss and maven2 requirements ... at least not the versions that are
> in RHEV. We are looking into the RHEV packages, and I hear that they
> plan to release an upgraded version with more of the enterprise package
> sources available by 2nd quarter 2012.
> If you want to try early adoption things then this might be for you:
> If you are only looking for the things that you listed
> (kvm,qemu,libvirt,spice) those are all in 6.2 right now.
> But, to answer your question (if it is about RHEV) ... if and when the
> sources for the enterprise tools of RHEV-H and RHEV-M become available
> in a ready to build way ... then yes will the CentOS project build them.
> Here are some other good sources of info on this subject:
> CentOS mailing list
> CentOS at centos.org
Remember that KVM is not available in 32 bit.
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