Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.0

Technical Notes

Technical Release Documentation

Edition 1

Stephen Gordon

Red Hat Engineering Content Services

Zac Dover

Red Hat Engineering Content Services

Kate Grainger

Red Hat Engineering Content Services

Cheryn Tan

Red Hat Engineering Content Services

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Abstract

The Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.0 Technical Notes list and document the changes made between release 2.2 and release 3.0 of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization. Subsequent advisories that provide enhancements, provide bug fixes, or address security flaws are also listed.
Preface
1. RHBA-2011:1783 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor
1.1. Node
1.2. Hypervisor
2. RHEA-2011:1817 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager
2.1. General
2.2. Installation
2.3. Administration Portal
2.4. User Portal
2.5. Backend
2.6. History and Reporting
2.7. REST API
2.8. ISO Uploader
2.9. Log Collector
3. RHBA-2011:1818 — Windows Guest Tools
3.1. General
3.2. SPICE Guest Agent
3.3. SPICE Video Driver
3.4. SPICE USB Redirection
4. RHEA-2011:1823 — SPICE Client
4.1. SPICE Video Driver
4.2. SPICE Client
4.3. SPICE ActiveX Component
5. RHSA-2011:1850 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor
5.1. Node
6. RHBA-2012:0020 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager
6.1. Installation
6.2. User Portal
6.3. Backend
6.4. REST API
7. RHBA-2012:0029 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor
7.1. Node
8. RHBA-2012:0048 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor
8.1. Node
8.2. Hypervisor
9. RHSA-2012:0109 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor
9.1. Node
10. RHBA-2012:0110 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager
10.1. Installation
10.2. Administration Portal
10.3. User Portal
10.4. REST API
10.5. ISO Uploader
10.6. History and Reporting
10.7. Backend
11. RHBA-2012:0389 — Windows Guest Tools
11.1. SPICE Video Driver
12. RHSA-2012:0421 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager
12.1. Installation
12.2. Backend
12.3. REST API
12.4. Configuration
13. RHSA-2012:0422 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor
13.1. Hypervisor
13.2. Node
14. RHSA-2012:0531 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor
14.1. Node
15. RHBA-2012:0582 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor
15.1. Node
16. RHBA-2012:0741 — oVirt Node
17. RHBA-2012:0742 — Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor
A. Revision History