Master VM Controller
It doesn't use any Ruby/libvirt bindings, and talks directly to the shell. That is both good and bad, but we have our reasons!
You'll need the
libvirt-dev package for your platform, as well as
# apt-get install -y libvirt-dev libvirt virsh # apt-get install -y
You'll also need Ruby
1.9.3-p194 or greater, it was built against Ruby
$ git clone https://github.com/protonet/mvmc protonet-mvmc $ cd protonet-mvmc $ protonet_bundle
It's easiest just to start it with Rackup
It'll be started on port
In order to use the remote control you'll need to have the access to the cebit
node without a password prompt (use ssh keys) and a user on the box that can
sudo to call
virsh without asking for a password.
sudoers.d entries for your user on the node:
sudo echo "protonet ALL=NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/virsh" > /etc/sudoers.d/protonet_passwordless_virsh sudo echo "protonet ALL=NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/virt-install" > /etc/sudoers.d/protonet_passwordless_virt-install sudo echo "protonet ALL=NOPASSWD:/bin/qemu-img" > /etc/sudoers.d/protonet_passwordless_qemu-img sudo chmod 0400 /etc/sudoers.d/*
You will almost certainly want to download the libvirt Windows drivers, the ISO can be downloaded from:
It must simply be uploaded along with all the other ISOs, where it should be chosen as the "CD ISO" image in order that the Windows host can have access to some driver image in order that the Windows host can have access to some drivers.
There are some (unfinished) tests for checking the output of Virsh, they're a WIP.
$ rake test
VMs are always started with 50Gb of sparsely populated HDD space, 4GB of RAM, and 2 virtual CPUs.