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Re: [virt-tools-list] Virt Manager Connection Groups / Resource Pools



On Fri, Mar 01, 2013 at 01:08:10PM -0700, Nathaniel Cook wrote:
> Makes sense. In the case that we do want to manage many hosts what manager
> would you recommend? We want to use vanilla KVM and manage hundreds of
> hosts. We have investigated several of the other tools and most seem to
> require that something else be running on the hosts besides just libvirtd
> to be able to manage them. And others want you to use their OS instead of
> your choice linux with libvirtd installed. If you have any suggestions they
> would be much appreciated. Thanks

virt-manager is explicitly not targetting the "100s of hosts" management
use case. The architecture is uses is inherantly wrong for this kind of
scale. It aims for low-end ad-hoc management of perhaps 10, to 20 hosts
max. For anything larger you should look at a tool like oVirt / RHEV.

Daniel
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