[ovirt-users] updated libvirt for EL7?
sbonazzo at redhat.com
Wed May 6 15:25:40 UTC 2015
Il 06/05/2015 17:16, Nathanaël Blanchet ha scritto:
> Hi Sandro,
> I can't find differences between qemu-kvm-rhev and qemu-kvm-ev, except the last one is more recent (2.1).
> qemu-kvm-rhev was built for activating the live migration feature, is qemu-kvm-ev built for activating live merge feature?
qemu-kvm-ev is qemu-kvm-rhev, just changed suffix for branding issues in CentOS Virt SIG.
> Le 06/05/2015 16:46, Sandro Bonazzola a écrit :
>> Il 06/05/2015 15:50, Paul Jansen ha scritto:
>>> I came across a message posting from Sandro from a couple of weeks back that was about providing a libvirt > 1.2.9 for some upstream VDSM testing.
>>> I would actually be interested in a newer libvirt to take advantage of some of the newer capabilities there.
>>> For now I've found this repo - https://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/openstack/.virt-upstream-el7/ - which has libvirt 1.2.11 packages, built as or
>>> later December 2014.
>>> Are we likely to see a newer libvirt appear for EL7 somewhere on cbs.centos.org at some stage in the near future? I'd also be interested in newer
>>> qemu-kvm-ev packages if these will be built. I'm currently using the qemu-kvm-ev packages from here -
>>> Alternatively, is there some other repository that I can look to for these?
>>> To preempt the question - I don't want to use Fedora for this and am instead hoping to find EL7 packages as EL7 is currently standard in my lab.
>>> Thanks in advance.
>> Hi Paul, qemu-kvm-ev is available in http://cbs.centos.org/repos/virt7-testing/x86_64/os/Packages and in
>> I'm going to update it for 3.5.z too following
>> Bug 1215744 - Rebuild qemu-img-ev and qemu-kvm-ev to include fix for "Bug 1203543 - bdrv_make_zero() passes a too large nb_sectors value to
>> bdrv_write_zeroes()" as soon as it will be available.
>> For libvirt, vdsm guys solved without requiring a newer version so we're not going to build a newer version for now.
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