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Just another IT guy


Oct
7
comment How to write shell script on VMDK to derive configuration
How is this related to kvm?
Oct
6
comment kvm guest OS not accessible after system reboot
Nice, the QEMU folks should add this to their wiki
Oct
5
answered kvm guest OS not accessible after system reboot
Oct
3
awarded  Yearling
Oct
3
answered how can I create a KVM guest 100% as a non root user?
Oct
3
comment how can I create a KVM guest 100% as a non root user?
this isn't qemu, this is pure libvirt.
Sep
23
answered KVM bridge network requirement
Aug
19
comment How to migrate from Proxmox to VMWare?
pls see the added edit
Aug
19
revised How to migrate from Proxmox to VMWare?
explanation added
Aug
19
answered How to migrate from Proxmox to VMWare?
Jun
10
answered Nested virtualization: run RHEVH inside KVM
Jun
10
answered RHEV cannot start inside Oracle VirtualBox
May
7
comment Qemu Backing Files Question
First, if you clone, you can stick to virsh clone but if you prefer to work with the image, you want to use qemu-img convert with the output format the same is input format if you don't want to change it. qemu-img will preserve the metadata better than cp or dd. As for RHEV/oVirt, the system manages the images, you don't even need to know about them, so it prevents you from touching them. If you use block storage (FC, iSCSI, etc), the LVs holding the backing image will be mounted r/o
May
7
answered Qemu Backing Files Question
Mar
29
comment What is the structure of Libvirt Qemu VM dump/save files?
have you tried asking the developers? they monitor IRC and the mailing lists
Mar
10
answered Wireless bridged networking in KVM. Why is it so complicated?
Feb
14
comment CentOS 6 KVM host with CentOS 6 guests kvm-clock enabled major time drift
A VM event is a VM state change that reflects in qemu monitor. Start/Stop/Pause/etc
Feb
14
comment CentOS 6 KVM host with CentOS 6 guests kvm-clock enabled major time drift
hmm, not sure I can come up with the exact wording, but you can look in the code. As for using NTP in guests, that's everywhere: access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/…
Feb
14
answered CentOS 6 KVM host with CentOS 6 guests kvm-clock enabled major time drift
Feb
12
answered Can I make the O/S drive READ ONLY and prevent metadata write back?