4.4. Preparing a RHEV Hypervisor from a CD-ROM or DVD
4.4.1. Making a bootable RHEV Hypervisor CD-ROM
cdrecordcommand is part of the cdrecord package which is installed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux by default.
- Verify that the cdrecord package is installed on the system.
# rpm -q cdrecord cdrecord-2.01-10.7.el5If the package version is in the output, as seen above, the package is available.If it is not present, install cdrecord:
# yum install cdrecord
- Insert a blank CD-ROM or DVD into your CD or DVD writer.
- Record the ISO file to the disc. The cdrecord command uses the following:
dev=device /iso/file/path/This example uses the first CD-RW (
/dev/cdrw) device available and the default RHEV Hypervisor image location,
# cdrecord dev=/dev/cdrw /usr/share/rhev-hypervisor/rhev-hypervisor.iso
isomd5sum) to verify the integrity of the installation media every time the Hypervisor is booted. If media errors are reported in the boot sequence you have a bad CD-ROM. Follow the procedure above to create a new CD-ROM or DVD.