[one-users] OpenNebula block type disk and xen "phy" type disk
Ruben S. Montero
rubensm at dacya.ucm.es
Mon Sep 27 01:17:54 PDT 2010
You have to use type="block" (first form, this will give you phy:).
Also you need to make sure to link the device in the TM scripts to the
path expected by OpenNebula. You can take a look at tm_clone.sh for
the lvm drivers for the specific actions performed by the driver.
On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 9:44 AM, Ruben Diez <rdiez at cesga.es> wrote:
> We are attempt to use a physical disk partition (for example, /dev/sda4) of
> the physical node as a disk of the VM....
> In Xen, this can be done by using the "phy:" declaration of the disk image.
> For example, for declare 2 disk, image file disk.0 as hda and /dev/sda4 as
> physical dev, we can do in xen:
> disk = [
> But: how can we declare this stuff in Opennebula?? We attempt to use the
> "block" type disk type, in this way:
> DISK = [ type="block", source="/dev/sda4", target="hdb", readonly = "no"]
> and the "raw" construction:
> RAW = [ type="xen", data="disk = ['phy:sda4,hdb,w' ]"]
> but neither of them seems to work.....
> What is the right way to use a physical partition of the physical node as a
> VM disk or partition???
> Please note that this should be a case similar to the use of LVM in
> OpenNebula as disk for the VM... Could anyone please provide and example of
> a VM template file that uses LVM???
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Dr. Ruben Santiago Montero
Associate Professor (Profesor Titular), Complutense University of Madrid
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