[one-users] install OpenNebula on SheevaPlug

Hector Sanjuan hsanjuan at opennebula.org
Thu Jul 5 08:52:03 PDT 2012

I'd say it is possible if your cloud is not big. oned+mm_sched are very  
lightweight. Probably you can run sunstone/selfservice too without  
problems if your number of users is limited.

But for these same reasons you could run opennebula directly in one of  
your kvm hosts without sacrificing many resources. You can always add  
localhost as any other host to opennebula and keep using it to deploy VMs.  
Or put OpenNebula in a VM itself.

And yes, since it's an ARM you'd have to compile from sources. It should  
work in theory.


En Thu, 05 Jul 2012 15:50:44 +0200, nicolas diogo <nicolasdiogo at gmx.com>  

> hi,
>  i am curious to find out if it would be possible to install OpenNebula  
> on a SheevaPlug (or another similar hardware).
>  see: https://www.globalscaletechnologies.com/t-products.aspx
>  i am not looking to deploy the host (eg:KVM) but only the management  
> services.
>  the advantage would be low power consumption - which is important for  
> me (private installation).
>  is this a plausible concept? I believe, it would be necessary to  
> compile from sources, is that right?
>  thanks,
>  Nicolas

Hector Sanjuan
OpenNebula Developer

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