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2015 Sep 28
2
cciss solution for CentOS 7
I've recently come across a thread in the CentOS forums [0] regarding the solution to getting hardware requiring the cciss driver, such as HP ProLiant G5 systems, to install and boot with CentOS 7. The thread was a start in the right direction, but I believe I've determined a better workflow and feel that it would benefit the community to have this published either in the release
2014 Apr 03
2
OpenVZ variant
...nnel) to see if any OpenVZ users were already working with the CentOS project (I'm not). So does anyone that is part of this SIG care to tell me how much OpenVZ interest there currently is and how I might become a part of the effort? I know the virt-sig is probably quite broad beyond OpenVZ. TYL, -- Scott Dowdle 704 Church Street Belgrade, MT 59714 (406)388-0827 [home] (406)994-3931 [work]
2015 Jan 17
3
How to install libquicktime on CentOS 7 in one (or two) line of command?
...al... and continue on a tangential experiment... that fork is going to stay in your eye. More ironical is the fact that you think it is ironical. :) It is easy to screw up Linux as root if you do stupid stuff. Anyone with root access can kill any Linux distro by doing harmful things on purpose. TYL, -- Scott Dowdle 704 Church Street Belgrade, MT 59714 (406)388-0827 [home] (406)994-3931 [work]
2009 Jan 21
4
Best virtualization setup for Centos 5.2
Hi, we are running Centos 5.2 on our servers for some time now and are really happy with it. Now I'm investigating the best way to setup virtual machines in order to streamline our infrastructure. The setup I'm aiming for is Centos 5.2 guests on Centos 5.2 host. The physical systems are going to be 2xquad core Xeons and the VMs are probably going to be 1 or 2 vCPUs with 1 or 2 gb of
2015 Jan 17
3
How to install libquicktime on CentOS 7 in one (or two) line of command?
On 1/17/2015 10:45 AM, Scott Robbins wrote: > On Sat, Jan 17, 2015 at 10:31:10AM -0500, Heng Zhou wrote: >> Hi, >> >> |warning: libquicktime-1.2.4-31.el7.x86_64.rpm: Header V4 DSA/SHA1 Signature, key ID 66534c2b: NOKEY >> error: Failed dependencies: >> libfaac.so.0()(64bit) is needed by libquicktime-1.2.4-31.el7.x86_64 >>
2015 Jan 17
0
How to install libquicktime on CentOS 7 in one (or two) line of command?
...on a tangential experiment... that fork is going to stay in your eye. > > More ironical is the fact that you think it is ironical. :) It is easy to screw up Linux as root if you do stupid stuff. Anyone with root access can kill any Linux distro by doing harmful things on purpose. > > TYL,
2015 Sep 28
0
cciss solution for CentOS 7
...33MHz capabilities: storage pciexpress msix pm vpd bus_master cap_list rom configuration: driver=cciss latency=0 resources: irq:18 memory:fde00000-fdefffff ioport:4000(size=256) memory:fddf0000-fddf0fff memory:d0000000-d003ffff How do I tell what make and model of RAID card it is? TYL, -- Scott Dowdle 704 Church Street Belgrade, MT 59714 (406)388-0827 [home] (406)994-3931 [work]
2008 Aug 12
2
Djbdns Working in VPS ?
Hi, I try dig google for this question and found little notes in there, I already try it on my VPS machine and end up with nothing working... I'm using CentOS 4.6 in VPS (openvz), at first i'm trying BIND and it's just nice, and now i want to try djbdns... Is it djbdns working in VPS ? if not, is there anything that i can work on it ? i can only afford VPS for now. Thank you...
2008 Oct 29
0
Proxmox VE 1.0 released today
...ystems c) Separate KVM and OpenVZ so you could run an only-KVM server or an only-OpenVZ server. This would be very handy on hardware that does not support VT in the CPU. If virtualization interests you, give Proxmox VE a try and see what you think. Feel free to email me directly with comments. TYL, -- Scott Dowdle 704 Church Street Belgrade, MT 59714 (406)388-0827 [home] (406)994-3931 [work] dowdle at montanalinux.org
2007 Nov 09
1
New to the list ... Looking for any recommendations inre: VMWare Vs. Xen
I'm new to the CentOS arena and I'm curious as to what virtualization products are preferred? The two main ones that I know of are Xen and VMWare. VMWare seems to be the most capable inre: number and size of vm's allowed. When looking at Xen it appears that since Citrix acquired them the free version is cripple-ware and is very restrictive. Thanks in advance for any information.
2007 Oct 11
1
OS Virtualization: Linux-VServer and OpenVZ
...must admit I haven't actually tried KVM yet. If anyone has any questions about OpenVZ and/or Linux-VServer, feel free to ask. I have a couple of screencasts I've done, and interview with the OpenVZ project manager, and coming soon, an interview with the Linux-VServer project leader. TYL, -- Scott Dowdle 704 Church Street Belgrade, MT 59714 (406)388-0827 [home] (406)994-3931 [work]
2010 Feb 26
1
Sound and VGA resolution for KVM guests
Hi all, Recentlly, I have installed a Windows 7 Enterprise kvm guest under a CentOS 5.4 kvm host (fully updated) using virtio drivers and all works ok except two things: sound and vga resolution. a) How can I increase vga resolution to 1440x900 or is not possible to configure more than 1024x768 when virt-manager is used?? b) I have assigned a sound device to this windows guest (ac97)
2010 Nov 11
1
Does KVM have a shared clipboard?
Hi All, Does KVM have a shared clipboard, such that I can copy and paste between guest and host? Many thanks, -T
2011 May 23
1
Re: [fedora-virt] Fedora virt status
On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 08:21:40AM -0500, Justin M. Forbes wrote: > Fedora 16 > It is time to start planning for the Fedora 16 release. What features are > going to be proposed? What does the community want to see from Fedora 16 > virtualiation? libguestfs and virt-v2v users: Is there anything we should aim for in libguestfs / virt-v2v in the Fedora 16 timeframe? Off the top
2013 Jan 16
1
kvm
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2018 Apr 19
1
Apparent discontinuity between advertised centos7 release 1803_01 and content of centos-release file
Hello, I searched centos7 in the AWS marketplace for the at-time-of-writing-latest centos7 image: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00O7WM7QW?qid=1524138193326&sr=0-1&ref_=srh_res_product_title I built a standard free tier t2.micro from this putative 1803_01 AMI. I see from the docs, this is thus a March 2018 compilation. When I get CLI, I get this: [centos at
2013 Jan 16
4
create a guest
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2008 May 31
1
Virtuozzo & GFS
I have just finished deploying two Dell PowerEdge 1950s with CentOS 5.1 and Virtuozzo 4. GFS is up and running and Virtuozzo is configured for shared-storage clustering. Everything works adequately but I am wondering if anyone else has experienced load issues like I am seeing. I have three VEs/VMs running, two on one node and one on the other node. One of the VEs on each node are doing very
2008 Nov 27
3
Running Fedora 10 (and rawhide) Xen guests/domUs on CentOS 5 dom0
Hi list! Now when Fedora 10 is out, I thought of writing here what's needed to run Fedora 10 Xen domUs on CentOS 5 dom0. Fedora 10 does not have separate kernel-xen, but instead Xen domU support is included in the normal kernel-PAE.i686 and kernel.x86_64 (based on the pv_ops Xen support included in the mainline/vanilla Linux kernels). RHEL 5.3 beta (and final obviously too) includes
2011 Jun 28
3
Now on to creation of disk images
Mr. Heron was so kind to make a suggestion that I should use disk images to install VMs. Upon further thought, I kinda like the idea. So I re-read the manual and google a little, and discover I still don't know what should be in these disk images. Should I copy the contents of the CDs to a file or what? I've got a test server at the moment with Centos 5.5 and xen installed as the host