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== CentOS
## Login information
# user: root
# pass: testtest
- SSH enabled on boot with root login
## System details
- emulated Intel 6300ESB WatchDog
- no graphic card
- serial console configured for system and grub
- hostname configured according to VM_NAME from fast-vm
- system installed using minimal option where available (check *.ks file for details)
- system would be running for the first time after installation
- disk drive connection:
- CentOS 5.0 - 6.2 - IDE drive (lack of virtio SCSI support in OS)
- CentOS 6.3 - 7.4 - SCSI drive using virtio SCSI controller (supports TRIM)
## Drive layout
- 10 GB drive
(non-UEFI version)
- 500MB /boot (1st partition)
- LVM name (cXvg, where X is 5,6 or 7 according to CentOS major version)
- 256MB swap_lv
- 5000MB root_lv
- rest is free space on VG cXvg
(UEFI version)
- 200MB /boot/efi (1st partition)
- 500MB /boot (2nd partition)
- LVM name (cXvg, where X is 6 or 7 according to CentOS major version)
- 256MB swap_lv
- 5000MB root_lv
- rest is free space on VG cXvg
(PPC64LE version)
- 4MB PPC PReP Boot (1st partition)
- 500MB /boot (2nd partition)
- LVM name (cXvg, where X is 6 or 7 according to CentOS major version)
- 256MB swap_lv
- 5000MB root_lv
- rest is free space on VG cXvg
== CentOS 6.X UEFI ==
- these images requires installation-specific nvram for proper function
- the nvram must be available at following location /etc/fast-vm/nvram-${image_name}_VARS.fd
- system won't boot without nvram!
- nvrams are distributed next to image files
- provided libvirt XML is supported from fast-vm 1.2
== CentOS 7.5 PPC64LE ==
- these images are intended for the qemu on x86_64 platform emulating PPC64LE
- no hackfile for these images is available yet so the hostname is fixed
== CentOS 7 ext profiles
For fast-vm hypervisors that have configured 'system-bridge' software bridge as
described in the https://www.famera.cz/blog/fast-vm/user_guide.html#exposing-fast-vm-systems-to-external-network-via-bridge
there is set of XML file and hack file that creates VM with 2 network interfaces
with following properties:
- eth0 - (DHCP) internal network connected to other fast-vm machines
- eth1 - (DHCP) external network connected via 'system-bridge' and default route for system
To import profile, make sure that you first imported some centos-7.X image and then run following command to import profile
# fast-vm import_profile centos-ext-7.X centos-7.X https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OndrejHome/fast-vm-public-images/master/centos/xml/centos-ext-7.0-current.xml https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OndrejHome/fast-vm-public-images/master/centos/hacks/6g_centos-ext-7-hacks.sh
To create fast-vm VM with this configuration use the profile name as shown below
# fast-vm create centos-ext-7.X XX
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