It would be nice.
Initially when I was setting my lab I wanted to boot from USB and be able to host Vms
properly but due to speed limitations - it failed to work normally.
Maybe in-memory mode could be nice where booting from USB is possible.
В вторник, 8 септември 2020 г., 12:35:15 Гринуич+3, Yedidyah Bar David
On Tue, Sep 8, 2020 at 12:18 PM <harryo.dk(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I really don't understand why oVirt would remove/trade the diskless(load into RAM)
feature away in oVirt node NG,
oVirt node legacy was never fully diskless in the sense that you refer
to. It used an ISO image loaded to a RAM disk and a readwrite
filesystem on disk for stuff we wanted/needed to change/keep.
I wasn't part of the design process for node, but I do not think that
"running diskless" was considered as a feature we want - neither in
legacy nor in NG.
this is a key point that makes some people choose something like
ESXi(that loads into RAM and therefor is not dependent of the boot disk for running) over
oVirt node NG.
Do you think it is possible to get this back in oVirt node NG?
I think it's possible, but obviously requires work. I have no idea how
As I suggested before, you can file an RFE.
If enough people want this, and/or if someone provides patches, it's
more likely to be added eventually.
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