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Re: Build farm central node
> I think a first pass would be to get all the infrasructure up with a
> single VM
> as a target. And I think adding non-Linux VMs is an obvious next step
> FreeBSD, OpenSolaris, etc.
OK. So we have kvm running with libvirtd and an up to date Centos 5.3 64 bit
vm running now with internal networking.
This works (you obviously need access here and I need to add you to the libvirtd user group).
virt-viewer --connect qemu+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/system centos5.3-64
You can ssh to it from fermat too (ip provided offlist or via ifconfig using above).
Will move on to the build/test framework later.
> If QEMU was further along I'd investigate that route too for non-x86
> but unfortunately it seems to be fairly limited in that respect.
> (E.g., QEMU
> Sparc emulation still can't boot Solaris.)
Yeah, was looking into that and even tried solaris10 sparc. Of course, no joy.
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