[ovirt-users] ovirt homeserver

Nicolas Ecarnot nicolas at ecarnot.net
Fri Oct 28 21:42:15 UTC 2016

Le 28/10/2016 à 18:46, david caughey a écrit :
> Hi,
> I'm building a homeserver to run ovirt and wanted to get opinions on the
> best approach.
> The server will be used as a test/studybed for
> ovirt/kvm/vcloud/openstack/ceph.
> The server will be based around a Xeon E5 10 core with 128GB ram.
> Option 1:
> Build server with CentOS 7.2 and deploy ovirt directly on top.
> Option 2:
> Build server with CentOS 7.2 and deploy multiple ovirt instances on top
> of KVM.
> Which will be the most stable versatile method?
> If a GPU is used as a passthrough device can it be used on several vm's
> or is it restricted to 1 vm?
> If 2 GPU's are used can 1 be used as a dedicated passthrough to 1 vm and
> the other shared between the remaining vm's?
> Is CentOS/RH the best platform for ovirt?
> Is it okay/advisable to load the latest kernel, (4.8 ish), on to CentOS
> before installing ovirt?
> Any and all comments/advice welcome,
> David
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