Red Hat® Virtualization® is a complete open-source virtualization solution, derived from the Red Hat Enterprise Linux® kernel, Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) technology, and oVirt virtualization management projects.
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red hat virtualization 4.2 FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS
Get Started with Red Hat Virtualization 4.2
For a basic x86_64 installation, you'll need:
install RED HAT virtualization 4.2
Using YUM, download and install the RHV packages.
# yum update; yum install rhvm
Set up the Manager and DWH
Run the configuration script to install the Manager and Data Warehouse (DWH).
Install hypervisors and configure the system
- Boot from the RHVH ISO image media and install the operating system (this media can be used to add additional hypervisor hosts later).
- Configure datacenters, storage, clusters, networking, and hosts. Read more at Administering RHV resources.
- Attach an ISO domain and upload ISO images. See Preparing and Adding NFS Storage and Populating the ISO Storage Domain for full details.
Deploy and use virtual machines
- Connect through a web browser to the RHV portal using the URL specified during configuration.