Well, I agree...
As you will se in the wiki article, I had to set MAVEN_OPTS for Xmx to
2048M and the same for PermSize as it was breaking with the PermGenSPace
error.... That went away after setting MAVEN_OPTS but then I had error code
137 - I used sun-jdk 1.6.0_24 (I think....). Then I Also used the trick for
compiling only 1 permutation - support only for Gecko 1_8 and everything
On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 4:18 PM, Doron Fediuck <dfediuck(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Monday 14 November 2011 16:31:25 Dimitrije Zivkovic wrote:
> Thanks guy for such quick response...
> 1. For a start, I would be very interested in creating an ebuild files
> Gentoo. As I am not able to do much of coding - lack of spare time due
> my job - I would like to at least try to help by creating ebuild files
> fellows "Larry fans" :))) Will probably open a bug on bugs.gentoo.orgso
> that progress could be monitored there...
You happen to hit another Larry the cow fans ("If it moves, compile it!").
Please CC me on the relevant BZ in Gentoo's bugz.
> 2. There is an article on wiki.gentoo.org
already about oVirt (and
> don't laugh when You read it - those few sentences are written around
> midnight last night, as a reminder :) ). I will write a proper article as
> soon as I find the time, hopefully by the midnight tonight :))) Stay
> I think this is a project that has been missing for a long time - at
> I know I needed this kind of software - so I hope oVirt will mature
> enough. I hope that ovirt wiki will get a bit organized and maybe not so
> fedora-centric down the line, but... quite good for a start... :)
Sounds good, you need to differentiate between 2 setups;
1. Development setup, which is mostly what we have now.
2. Packaged setup. Well in Gentoo it's not that different since it will
from sources. That said, since the GWT compiler is a memory hog we'll have
some USE flags to keep it working even for GECO only (and then allow other
Anyway I recommend starting with (1), and as we progress move to (2).
> On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 2:34 PM, Itamar Heim <iheim(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> > On 11/14/2011 10:55 AM, Doron Fediuck wrote:
> >> On Monday 14 November 2011 10:10:36 Dimitrije Zivkovic wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> I got oVirt up and running on my Gentoo server. What I would like
> >>> know is if there is some info page on current git version features of
> >>> oVirt? For example, I would like to know what type of storage is
> >>> supported
> >>> as I could only see NFS type on webadmin. So am I doing something
> >>> or
> >>> am I just blind? :)
> >>> Also, if there is something I could help about related to Gentoo
> >>> oVirt, let me know...
> >>> Hi Dimitrije.
> >> +1 on Gentoo ;)
> >> Specifically on storage, Engine supports also local storage, iscsi
> >> However not all of it is currently enabled in the UI, as it is still
> >> heavy construction. You may handle these storage types using the
> >> Api.
> > NFS and local storage should be available in the webadmin.
> > still need to close the GAP in UI for FC/iScsi (much more complex
> > dialog...)
> > (REST API supports all)
> >> There are many tasks we could use some help with, and it depends on
> >> skills.
> >> oVirt Engine is Java based. However there are other areas such as vdsm
> >> (python),
> >> RESTFul API and SDK, UI (GWT), packaging, etc... So let us know which
> >> parts you
> >> feel you can dive in, and we'll be able to route you ;)
> >> As for Gentoo (I tried that in the past); I have a working setup on
> >> as well. In order to add it to the portage tree, we need a herd with
> >> people
> >> to help us. We can start creating the first ebuilds, but from my
> >> experience
> >> we'll need more help to make the opensource JBoss build on Gentoo.
> >> said
> >> we can start working with the binary deployment and evolve from there.
> >> Doron
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