On 08/26/2014 04:01 AM, Royce Lv wrote:
On 2014年08月21日 05:15, Aline Manera wrote:
> README-federation.md is specific for the federation feature.
> It explains how to install openSLP and enable federation on Kimchi.
> Signed-off-by: Aline Manera <alinefm(a)linux.vnet.ibm.com>
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> +Kimchi Project - Federation Feature
> +Federation feature is a mechanism to discover Kimchi peers in the
> same network.
> +It uses openSLP tool (http://www.openslp.org/
) to register and find
> the Kimchi
> +By default this feature is disabled on Kimchi as it is not critical
> for KVM
> +virtualization and requires additional software installation.
> +To enable it, do the following:
> +1) Install openslp and openslp-server packages
> +2) openSLP uses port 427 (UDP) and port 427 (TCP) so make sure to
> open those
> + ports in your firewall configuration
We may want to open them by kimchi by default.
I don't think so. Federation is an optional feature.
If user enable it, it should configure his/her system accordingly.
Otherwise, we will open a port for nothing.
> +3) Start slpd service and make sure it is up while running
> +4) Enable federation on Kimchi by editing the
> /etc/kimchi/kimchi.conf file:
> + federation = on
> +5) Then restart Kimchi service
> +The Kimchi server will be registered on openSLP on server starting
> up and will
> +be found by other Kimchi peers (with federation feature enabled) in
> the same