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Re: [Linux-cluster] Virtualization on top of Centos cluster



Hey remi,
   When you create VMs, you can assign hardware sources to VMs.
   Did you send the mail to ask how to create vm?
If you use fedora 10,you can use qemu tool to add kvm.There is a GUI named virt-manager.It has bugs about creating kvm before.You also can use qemu-img to create image file and use qemu-kvm to assign resource. You can get details from man page.After setting up VMs,you can login them to install applications.


remi doubi wrote:
Hi everyone,
i apologize for my bad english.
i'm a familiar with Linux environement ( fedora 10 user ) and i got a project in a training where i have to create a cluster with two nodes where i have to set up a number of VMs that will run applications such as ( Samba, Ldap, Zimbra, ...)
but i don't know how to virtualize on top of a cluster !!
i would like to know how that can be done, and how is it possible to let the VMs get ressources ( RAM & CPU ) from the two nodes ??
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