[one-users] Fwd: Re: installation on a singleton
nicolasdiogo at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Sep 6 12:05:20 PDT 2011
i will take one of the old machines to experiment.
On 05/09/11 22:56, Héctor Sanjuán wrote:
> Well, basicly,
> 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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