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let's suppose that RHEV Manager goes down because some failure. It should be some feature to manage virtual machines on hypervisors, like it is on VMware. If vCenter server goes down, I can run vm's basic tasks on hosts.
It could be a problem, when RHEV-M is not running on cluster ie. RHCS or some other clustered virtual environment.
So, in my opinion in future releases of RHEV development team should implement some features to manage virtual machines directly on hypervisors, whatever it is thin RHEV-H or full RHEL.
What is your point of view on this?