[one-users] Fwd: Re: installation on a singleton
hsanjuan at opennebula.org
Mon Sep 5 14:56:02 PDT 2011
a) Install opennebula, via package or compiling it from source. This is
a normal install, without any special requirement etc.
b) Check that the options enabled in oned.conf regarding the IM_MAD,
VMM_MAD... correspond to the hypervisor you want to use. You can use
the dummy drivers if you are just playing around (uncomment them).
c) Start opennebula ('one start') and add localhost as a node ('onehost
create localhost ...').
Then you can create VMs and deploy them in that [local]host... don't
hesitate to ask if you have more specific questions or get stuck
somewhere. Docs about planning and installing might come very handy
El 05/09/11 23:32, Nicolas Diogo escribió:
> how should the basic steps be?
> i can not quite understand how to do it.
> do i install everything or only portion of it?
> On 18/08/11 11:46, Grzegorz Kocur wrote:
>> W dniu 18.08.2011 09:52, nicolas diogo pisze:
>>> i know that opennebula is a solution for amazingly large scale
>>> but i would like to know if it is possible to install it - completely
>>> - onto a single pc?
>> Yes, it's possible.
>> You can use NFS tm and add frontend as hypervisor host.
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