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Re: [Ovirt-devel] 0.93-1 oVirt Release



Hi,

> * oVirt Appliance manages VMs directly on the host it is running on.
What does this mean for details ? Please tell more information.
I got below from this sentence.

Until 0.92, oVirt doesn't show whether on which host(managed node) a VM is running.
But from this version(0.93-1), oVirt shows it.

Right ?


Thanks,
Shigeki Sakamoto.


> The oVirt development team is pleased to announce the 0.93-1 release of
> both the oVirt Node and oVirt Server Suite.
> 
> New features in this release include:
> * Addition of 'Smart Pools' in the Web user interface for organizing
>    pools on a per user basis.
> * Additions to the Edit VM screen to allow re-provisioning of a guest as
>    well editing other guest settings.
> * oVirt Appliance manages VMs directly on the host it is running on. This
>    eliminates the 'fake nodes' used in previous versions.
> * oVirt API (Ruby Bindings)
> * Support for configuring more than one NIC per Node. UI support for this
>    will be integrated shortly.
> * Support for bonding/failover of NICs. UI support for this will be
>    integrated shortly.
> * SELinux support on oVirt Node
> * Rewrite of performance graphing visualization
> 
> Instructions for configuring yum to point to the ovirt.org repository:
> http://www.ovirt.org/download.html
> 
> Instructions for using the Appliance and Nodes:
> http://www.ovirt.org/install-instructions.html
> 
> Please download and try it out.  Let us know via the mailing list or IRC
> if you have any suggestions for enhancements or feedback on what we've
> implemented so far.
> 
> Also, bugs can be filed on the oVirt project at links provided on:
> http://www.ovirt.org/contribute.html
> 
> Thanks to everyone who contributed to oVirt for this release!
> 
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