And sorry, I forgot : I think I gave the "way" off this project, I'll
try to be clear (open source, KISS principle etc.). That's why, I
start with collaborative tools (blog and forge + git).
Maybe if you missed something, you can read the main blog !
On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 8:43 PM, Olivier LAMBERT
> As I say on the website, so far, you can :
> - start/stop/play/pause/delete
> But also :
> - live migrate to another Dom0 (and auto hide "previous halted" domU)
> You can also check live load for each domU, network informations etc.
> with a "nice" GUI
> But soon you'll be able to :
> - have fine grained permissions on each DomU (guest, admin, user can
> admin affected domU, and only see other, or juste see its own)
> - modify on the fly each domU (vcpu max, max ram, mac etc)
> - with a domU config panel, create domU's with kind of templates.
> The goal is to keep it simple (in order to work) at maximum, but with
> nice features.
> It will be a friend for sys admin but also dev who want to make tests.
> Do I answer your question ?
> On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 8:35 PM, Grant McWilliams
> <grantmasterflash@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 10:12 AM, Olivier LAMBERT
>> <lambert.olivier@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> In fact, stop button send :
>>> VM.hard_shutdown, which is kind of fast, but I admit, a little resolute ;)
>>> I try with a clean shutdown, it works and in a console, I've got :
>>> "The system is going down for system halt NOW!"
>>> Slower but more secure. So, it's done and uploaded in git, so the zip
>>> generated with git in upgraded ! (in source tab in the
>>> http://project.xen-orchestra.com, on the bottom)
>> So what is Orchestra missing in order for it to be usable? It seems that
>> you can only start and stop VMs and not much else? Why did you go through
>> the trouble of creating yet another web gui when we have so many already?
>> I'm not knocking your project only wondering because I know at least two
>> other Xen gui apps that haven't been announced. It would see that if we all
>> worked together we'd have ONE that worked by now.
>> Grant McWilliams
>> Some people, when confronted with a problem, think "I know, I'll use
>> Now they have two problems.
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