Providing High Availability for RHEV-M

Hi folks, in today’s post I’d like to cover something fairly elementary – providing HA for the RHEV-M application. To be honest, I can’t believe I haven’t written a post on it sooner. If you have power users, VDI users, and/or other services (via API/SDK) that depend on RHEV-M, it’s definitely critical. Besides, providing HA for RHEV-M is just downright convenient, even if it’s just virtualization administrators that need access. Continue reading “Providing High Availability for RHEV-M”

Revisiting File System Alignment for Linux

If this is a new blog, how is Captain KVM “revisiting” the topic?

In January of this year, I posted an entry for File System Alignment for Linux VMs on my old blog; I’d like to revisit the topic.  So, why would anyone want to worry about something like “file system alignment” in the first place?  Simple.

Performance.  (You do like performance, right?) Continue reading “Revisiting File System Alignment for Linux”