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Re: [libvirt] Safe? /etc/libvirt/qemu on shared storage?



On 10/02/2009 12:00 PM, James Brackinshaw wrote:
If you're going to have a cluster of hosts between which you can move
guests, you should really aim to store all your master configs elsewhere
in shared storage, and either use transient guests (which have no
config in /etc/libvirt), or persistent guests and only have configs in
/etc/libvirt for the guests which happens to be running on that node

So transient doesn't store the configs in /etc/libvirt - where are
they stored?

In memory only.

and what happens if the guest is shutdown?

It just goes away. You can try using "virsh create" instead of "virsh define" + "virsh start".

Paolo


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