I need to run CentOS VMs on an OpenQRM cloud, installed on CentOS. However, I get the software installed and then become lost with the interface and various prerequisites to starting the VM. I have read the Windows virtual machines on CentOS doc and the Ubuntu Lucid doc but I haven't been able to combine the two and create working step-by-step process for CentOS on CentOS. Has anyone done this? Could anyone give me clear instructions or point me to a source where what I am trying to do has been done? So far I get as far as actually starting the VM after creating a kernel offering and storage etc. then the virtual machine won't start!
yes, there are many people running openQRM on CentOS.
What exactly is your problem ?
Which virtualization/storage/deployment options you plan to use ?
many thanks and have a nice day,
Project Manager openQRM
Thanks for the reply. Maybe I was not clear enough, I need to run CentOS Virtual Machines on my OpenQRM cloud (which is already installed on CentOS) The installation was easy. But I cannot seem to start a CentOS VM after creating a kernel and all other required products. I want to use KVM for virtualisation and NFS storage for CentOS VMs. All advice would be appreciated.
So what exactly is the problem?
Many thanks and have a nice day,
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