Here is a quick post for you guys. I’m in the midst of creating a follow up to one of my other articles and it dawns on me that I need to do this particular post first.. A post within a post, or before a post, or something. In either case, I need to provide an update to configuring NFS to poke through a firewall in RHEL 7 for the purpose of RHV in a home lab.. or other use cases. Read on, if you will… Continue reading “NFS & Firewalls in RHEL 7”
This is a very quick follow up to my last post as I want to keep you moving along in your endeavors. We’ve deployed RHEV-M, we’ve added a RHEL hypervisor, but before we can provision any VM’s, we need to attach storage. In this case, we’re going to attach NFS.
Let’s get started. Continue reading “Deploying RHEV 3.6 pt3 (Storage)”
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”