Does enterprise virtualization can be done through centos

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Does enterprise virtualization can be done through centos

Postby Rk_Raj » 2011/12/28 06:14:21

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I can't search the answer for my question that's why I am asking here,

As you people may know that as of Red hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.0 beta, the rhevm can be installed through yum from RHEL6.2 does the rhevm can be installed from centos 6.2 ?

Does the same environment of rhev can be done from centos 6 and above?
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Re: Does enterprise virtualization can be done through centos

Postby vonskippy » 2011/12/28 06:18:46

For "enterprise" class virtualization, you need a Bare Metal Hypervisor, not an app that runs on top of a full blown Host OS.

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Does enterprise virtualization can be done through centos

Postby pschaff » 2011/12/28 16:44:13

Rk_Raj wrote:
Dear friends,

I can't search the answer for my question that's why I am asking here,

As you people may know that as of Red hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.0 beta, the rhevm can be installed through yum from RHEL6.2 does the rhevm can be installed from centos 6.2 ?

Does the same environment of rhev can be done from centos 6 and above?


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Short answer is No. The SRPMs for rhevm are not part of the core RHEL6 product and rhevm is not part of CentOS. The supported virtualization method is KVM. There are RHEV SRPMS available.
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Re: Does enterprise virtualization can be done through centos

Postby Rk_Raj » 2012/01/06 06:16:28

Thanks guys,

I have a subscribed version of rhel6.2 so that I can use it as hypervisor. But I did not have subscription for RHEV. I know that from RHEV3.0 beta the RHEVM can be installed through yum in RHEL.

Anyway thanks a lot for giving me the link to download the SRPMS. Can I use those SRPMS under CentOS6.2 for setting up Enterprise Virtualization.
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