3.3. Provisioning Virtualized Guests
- KVM Virtualized Guest
- Xen Fully-Virtualized Guest
- Xen Para-Virtualized Guest
Procedure 3.13. Provisioning a Virtualized Guest
- Check that the host system has a Virtualization or Virtualization Platform system entitlement.
- On the Systems page, select the appropriate virtual host, then select → . Select the appropriate kickstart profile and enter a guest name.
- To configure additional parameters such as guest memory and CPU usage, click thebutton. The following options can be configured:
- Network: static or DHCP
- Kernel options
- Package profile synchronization: when the kickstart finishes the system will synchronize its package profile to that of another system or a stored profile
- Memory allocation: RAM (Defaults to 512MB)
- Virtual disk size
- Virtual CPUs (Defaults to 1)
- Virtual bridge: The networking bridge used for the install. Defaults to
xenbr0for Xen provisioning, and
virbr0networking bridge will not allow outside networking. If outside networking is required, configure the host to create an actual bridge instead. However,
xenbr0is an actual bridge, and it is recommended for use if possible.
- Virtual storage path: Path to either a file, LVM Logical Volume, directory, or block device with which to store the guest's disk information, such as