Experimental Gentoo overlay is available, for whoever like to test it out.
The importance is mainly to show packages' customization for other distributions.
From: "Brian Proffitt" <bproffit(a)redhat.com>
To: "users" <users(a)ovirt.org>, announce(a)ovirt.org
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2014 11:52:21 AM
Subject: [Users] [Ann] oVirt 3.4 GA Releases
The oVirt Project is pleased to announce the general availability of its
fifth formal release, oVirt 3.4, as of March 27, 2014.
oVirt is an open source alternative to VMware vSphere, and provides an
excellent KVM management interface for multi-node virtualization. oVirt is
available now for Fedora 19, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5, and CentOS 6.5
New features include:
oVirt 3.4 Release Notes
* Hosted Engine: oVirt 3.4 features hosted engine, which enables oVirt engine
to be run as a virtual machine (VM) on the host it manages. Hosted engine
solves the chicken-and-the egg problem for users: the basic challenge of
deploying and running an oVirt engine inside a VM. This clustered solution
enables users to configure multiple hosts to run the hosted engine, ensuring
the engine still runs in the event of any one host failure.
* Enhanced Gluster Support: Gluster Volume Asynchronous Tasks Management
enables users to re-balance volumes and remove bricks in Gluster
operations/rebalance and remove bricks in Gluster volumes.
* Preview: PPC64: Engine Support for PPC64 will add PPC64 architecture
awareness to the ovirt-engine code, which currently makes various
assumptions based on the x86 architecture. When specifying virtual machine
devices, for example, what is suitable for x86 architecture may not be for
POWER (or may not be available yet). VDSM Support for PPC64 introduces the
capability of managing KVM on IBM POWER processors via oVirt. Administrators
will be able to perform management functionalities such as adding or
activating KVM, creating clusters of KVM and performing VM lifecycle
management on any IBM POWER host. Migration is still a work in progress for
KVM on IBM POWER processor.
* Preview: Hot-plug CPUs: oVirt 3.4 adds a preview of a Hot-plug CPU feature
that enables administrators to ensure customer's service-level agreements
are being met, the full utilization of spare hardware, and the capability to
dynamically to scale vertically, down or up, a system's hardware according
to application needs without restarting the virtual machine.
This release of oVirt also includes numerous bug fixes. See the release notes
 for a complete list of the new features and bugs fixed.
The existing repository ovirt-stable has been updated for delivering this
release without the need of enabling any other repository.
A new oVirt Node build is also available .
Brian Proffitt - oVirt Community Manager
IRC: bkp @ #ovirt OFTC
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