Hi and Welcome,
- The engine keeps the VM definition in it's database. The VMs are not persistent on
the host they are running. Even if the engine is completely lost, a fresh new engine can
import the storage domain and import VMs' definition from there.
- None. The Engine UI is self sufficient. You can run some ansible tasks on the Engine VM
or remotely via the API.- Only as Gluster Storage (replica 1 with 1 host, replica 3 in all
other cases)- The cockpit installer will install Gluster via Ansible. Due to recent
migration to Ansible Core, some of the GlusterFS's ansible modules are not idempotent
Best Regards,Strahil Nikolov
On Thu, Aug 18, 2022 at 21:16, Alexandre Aguirre<mcp.alexandre(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I'm new to ovirt, I'm coming from Proxmox and VMware, so I had some doubts that I
couldn't find myself;
- Via terminal, where are the VMs created in oVirt?
- What are the most used commands on a daily basis in the terminal?
- Can I use the host's local disk as storage for the VMs?
- Is glusterfs configuration native in ovirt, or do I need to install the part?
Thanks in advance for your attention!!
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