If you’ve got a VirtualBox VM already installed and you wish to clone/copy it, follow the steps below :
Continue reading VirtualBox : Cloning a virtual hard disk
My new center of interest those days being virtualization, I tried quite a few software starting with Xen, then QEMU, then KVM, and finally VirtualBox. But as far as giving a network access to the VM is concerned, I’ve always sticked to a network bridge for the reason that this makes the VM appear on the network just like any other computer of your network.
This post provided a sample script to setup a bridge suitable to use with all of the named virtualization softwares.
Continue reading Linux : Configuring a network bridge for your Virtual Machines
I’m back from a 3-day-training about clusters with Linux which was pretty exciting, and here are the main points which were covered :
- Vitualization with Xen
- Sharing data with GFS / GNBD
- Clusters with RedHat Cluster Suite
- Load Balancing with Linux Virtual Server (LVS)
Continue reading Linux : Clusters, Vitualization, High Availability, Load balancing