Glad to hear you're interested in the project.
please see inline reply.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mario Giammarco" <mgiammarco(a)gmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, 11 April, 2015 8:57:52 PM
Subject: Re: [ovirt-users] oVirt 3.5 on Ubuntu? [oVirt Dockerized]
Moran Goldboim <mgoldboi@...> writes:
> Deploying oVirt engine has never been so easy.
I have seen the project and it is interesting a lot.
Please note that next version of synology NAS OS will have docker support,
so I can buy a nas and use it also as ovirt-engine.
can you explain a bit more on the architecture you would like to present?
But I am learning docker and I see that it is not so "easy"
Infact a custom version of ovirt-engine must be developer for it.
The project isn't build in such a way you need to be a developer to run it (though few
manual steps needs to be taken ATM)
on a linux machine:
1. git clone
2. cd oVirt-Dockerized/Build
3. sudo make ovirt
this procedure will build latest oVirt version container and a database container
initialize with oVirt scheme.
So I see that you have made a 3.5.0 engine for docker but:
- will you provide 3.5.1? It seems to me I cannot upgrade it easily
Since i haven't seen so much interest from the community around this area,
I haven't generated new images for 3.5.1 (only for the clean rpm image).
regarding upgrades, since this basically a POC for ovirt in a container, upgrade isn't
which means you have 2 options ATM:
-upgrade from within the container
-swap the oVirt container (3.5.0 -> 3.5.1) and stay with the same DB (you may need to
upgrade the scheme manually, save/restore certificates) 
- if I install a standard ovirt-engine or a dockerized engine now,
migrate configuration to another one?
same procedure as above.
let me know if you have more questions.
Thanks in advance for help,
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