In oVirt environment, power manager should be enabled for the host to
support VM high availability in the cluster. Various kinds of
physical power management protocol are supported, ie., ALOM, ILO&etc.
However, when the oVirt is running on a nested KVM
environment, there is no feasible way to do the power management of the
VDSM host(also a KVM virtual machine). A new protocol
will be based on libvirt to achieve the power management of a virtual
host. The new protocol can be named as "libvirtp".
In oVirt engine, a new type will be added to
power management---> type libvirtp
power management--->address it will be the IP of the physical host where
the virtual VDSM host is on when "libvirtp" is selected
power management--->user name it will be the user name to the libvirtd
power management--->password it will be the password to the libvirtd service
power management--->port it will be the port to the libvirtd service
舒明 Shu Ming
Open Virtualization Engineerning; CSTL, IBM Corp.
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Before submitting this patch set, we has updated our design page, and new feature about VM template has added to this patchset. In patchset a lot of frontend changes has been imported.
Welcome to review our patchset and thanks advance for your suggestion.
Detailed description: http://wiki.ovirt.org/Trusted_compute_pools
In this patch set, follow changes has been introduced:
1. GUI changes to support for creating a trusted VM on a trusted physical host.
2. View/Edit VM changes to enable end user switch between three run on options.
3. Template relevant changes to support end user create a trusted VM template and create trusted VM based on this template afterwards.
4. Bug fixing and code cleanup.
5. wiki design page update.
I would like to start a discussion about the subject. I think this is
something we need to do if one day we want to be able to use any
database other than PostgreSQL.
I did an small example of what it takes and how it looks like to have
the SQL code into the DAOs:
It isn't rocket science, it isn't an exciting task, it isn't fun, but
something I think we should eventually do.
I appreciate any comment about how and when to do this, including those
saying that instead of this primitive approach we should use this or
that ORM framework.
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I would like to propose that we add Sandro Bonazzola as a maintainer for
the Ovirt ISO Uploader, Image Uploader and Log Collector. He too has
been enormously helpful with the maintenance of the tools.