How to Install RedHat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) 3.5 – Part 1

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Mohammad Dosoukey

Mohammad is Linux system administrator at his university in Egypt . He is a person who fond of Virtualization, Cloud and System administration. He is also RHCE and VCP5-DCV .

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19 Responses

  1. Shyam says:

    Excellent Tutorial

  2. kaisers0s3 says:

    Have you installed Virtualization 4 yet? Wondering if you could add that to your blog. I have installed the M, and two hosts, and added the hosts to the Virtualziation Manager. But i don’t know how to further configure it for live migration. I am from the vmware world trying to cross over.

  3. Asim Ehsan says:

    How can i register CentOS 6 with redhat to install rhevm? As you mention that you are using RHEL/CENTOS6 minimal install.

  4. Alexokpi says:

    Very exciting tutorials on your Website. May God bless you.
    Waiting for the Part 5 to 9. :D

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