I'll trying (just in the next hours) to use "VM.clone" method existing
in API. If it works well, so it will be easy to integrate this
If it's not as expected, I'll introduce vm creation interface from the
GUI, by calling xen tools (but it need a "n tier" infrastructure, like
I discuss in this article : http://xen-orchestra.com/?p=53 )
But this step will be more complicated (slowest to implement).
Thank you for your interest :)
On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 10:50 AM, Stephen Ross
> This project is just the kind of thing I'm looking for! Being web UI based
> is a massive bonus for my organisation, as it's non-operating system
> specific. I'll be sure to try this out asap.
> It would be really handy for me if I can create machines from a clone or
> template though, having that functionality would make the app ready for use
> in my eyes!
> On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 9:15 PM, Olivier LAMBERT <lambert.olivier@xxxxxxxxx>
>> Mainly with Xen, questions are :
>> “Where are my DomU’s at this time ? Are they running ?”.
>> That’s why I started this project : although my DomU’s are on
>> different Dom0, I want to see them all quickly, in one page.
>> And I would like to stop/pause/restart them in one click. Live
>> migration is really a great feature for Xen : so, it could be easily
>> accesible (two clicks ;) )
>> Furthermore, check informations about a DomU (like CPU parameters
>> etc.) is crucial. But this is not a final objective.
>> First, you can follow the main site of the project :
>> And report bug or features request on the forge (Git repo on Indefero
>> forge) :
>> Future of Xen Orchestra, example of next features :
>> * allow set of all DomU parameters (CPU, RAM etc.). Set all this stuff in
>> live ;
>> * restrict access with “DomU per users” : user “foobar” can access and
>> modifiy it’s own domU, or more. Can be really usefull in a classroom
>> for testing prupose, or for developer ;
>> * possibility of cloning domU and create them (with creating roles, a
>> kind of interface of xen-create-image).
>> Please be nice, this project is really really young, the code need to
>> be cleaned and reorganized. But it works, so if you want do some
>> tests, go !
>> Here is some screenshots of the first release :
>> Now, you have CPU counters, but I made screenshots later, you can see
>> them on the main blog/site.
>> And yes, it's open source ;) (maybe, in a near future, it will be
>> packaged and include in Debian)
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