If I do e.g.:

1. Install CentOS
2. yum install ovirt-releaseSOMETHING
3. yum install vdsm

Then reboot the machine, vdsm starts, and for this, it does all kinds of things to the system (such as configure various services using vdsm-tool etc.). Are we sure we want/need this? Why would we want vdsm configured/running at all at this stage, before being added to an engine?

In particular, if (especially during development) we have a bug in this configuration process, and then fix it, it might not be enough to upgrade vdsm - the tooling will then also have to fix the changes done by the buggy previous version, or require a full machine reinstall.

Thanks and best regards,