On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 7:08 AM, Jeff Williams<jeffw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> So to confirm, rather than making /dev/xenvg/domudisk and doing:
> disk = ['phy:/dev/xenvg/domudisk,xvda,w']
> and partitioning /dev/xenvg/domudisk in the guest, you'd make (for example):
> and configure it like:
> disk = [
> Is that right?
That's what I do with templates-based installation.
> The idea had crossed my mind, but all the tools seemed to
> want to do it the other way.
For some tools (like virt-manager), yes. Other tools (like eucalyptus)
seems to use tar.gz. images.
Personally I don't use provisioning tools, but rather doing it all
manually (lvcreate, mkfs, tar xfvz, etc.).
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