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Phoenix is our secondary VM host. It rose from the ashes of [[europa]] and [[xen2]] It is currently in development.
 
Phoenix is our secondary VM host. It rose from the ashes of [[europa]] and [[xen2]] It is currently in development.
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== Setup ==
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Generally, we followed the [https://wiki.debian.org/KVM instructions] on the debian wiki.
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=== Things to install ===
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apt-get install htop vim sudo qemu-kvm libvirt-bin virtinst
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===Network Bridge Setup===
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In order for the VMs to be on our LAN, a bridge must be set up as follows:
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In /etc/network/interfaces:
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Manual set up:
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1) Create new bridge iterface "brctl addbr <bridge_name>"
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2) Add existing interface to bridge "brctl addif <bridge_name> <iterface_name>"
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3) Bring bridge up "ifconfig <bridge_name> up"
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Bridging interfaces will cause the interfaces used to not have an ip address even if they are up.  The bridge interface will contain an ip address.

Revision as of 01:51, 7 June 2015

Phoenix
Contact Person: CoreMaintainers
Last Update: Spring 2015
Services: Various


Hostname: Unknown?
Operating system: Debian 8.0 Jessie
CPU: 2x Intel Xeon E5410 @ 2.33GHz
RAM: 16 GB DDR2


Phoenix is our secondary VM host. It rose from the ashes of europa and xen2 It is currently in development.

Setup

Generally, we followed the instructions on the debian wiki.

Things to install

apt-get install htop vim sudo qemu-kvm libvirt-bin virtinst

Network Bridge Setup

In order for the VMs to be on our LAN, a bridge must be set up as follows:

In /etc/network/interfaces:


Manual set up:

1) Create new bridge iterface "brctl addbr <bridge_name>"

2) Add existing interface to bridge "brctl addif <bridge_name> <iterface_name>"

3) Bring bridge up "ifconfig <bridge_name> up"


Bridging interfaces will cause the interfaces used to not have an ip address even if they are up. The bridge interface will contain an ip address.