On Tue, 13 Apr 2021 at 08:24, Simon Matter <simon.matter at invoca.ch> wrote: > > On 13.04.21 12:33, Simon Matter wrote: > >>> Once upon a time, Nicolas Kovacs <info at microlinux.fr> said: > >>>> Both PVE and PBS are based on Debian, and now I wonder if RHEL-based > >>>> systems > >>>> have something similar to offer. > >>> > >>> I believe Red Hat Virtualization, and its open upstream oVirt, are > >>> comparable to Proxmox. I have used oVirt for a number of years. oVirt > >>> itself doesn't include backup software (it supports VM snapshots and > >>> clones), but there are several third-party backup tools (both free and > >>> commercial) compatible with oVirt/RHV, like Storeware's vProtect (I > >>> haven't used it but seen others mention it). > >> > >> I haven't followed oVirt/RHV but I'm wondering how free it is? Is it as > >> "free" as RHEL or as CentOS/Alma/Rocky/Navy/Oracle Linux? > > > > Upstream -> Product > > > > Fedora -> RHEL > > oVirt -> RHV > > Thanks for the confirmation. > > In other words, we'll soon have four or more almost 100% identical > rebuilds of RHEL but only 1 very lacking EPEL and 0 RHV clones ;-) > > Those all depend on committed volunteers to do the work. That takes up a lot of time and effort from people who are in short supply because doing those things are more like a job than a 'weekend fun project'. This would normally be where people would pay for a product but there are not a lot of paying customers and a larger number of people who either expect it there or would rather go without than pay for it. > Regards, > Simon > > _______________________________________________ > CentOS mailing list > CentOS at centos.org > https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos > -- Stephen J Smoogen.