Vdsm Getting Started
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. Vdsm may eat your babies.
- Vdsm is a very intensive piece of software and has some assumptions about coexisting with other software. We are trying to fix these issues but it’s not our first priority.
- Vdsm exclusive write access to libvirt. NO OTHER PROCESS should be using libvirt on a Vdsm host.
Vdsm configuration file can be placed under /etc/vdsm/vdsm.conf. If no such file exists Vdsm will only use its built-in defaults.
Until you configure you Vdsm’s private key and certificates, you should disable ssl. To do that, have your /etc/vdsm/vdsm.conf have
[vars] ssl = false
Note: this is enough to make VDSM run without ssl, but spice, quemu and the ovirt engine need some further configuration.
max outgoing migrations
Maximum concurrent outgoing migrations. Should be 3 or less for 1 gig links. Prior to ovirt 3.3 it was set to 5.
[vars] max_outgoing_migrations = 3
migration max bandwidth
Maximum bandwidth for migration, in MiBps, 0 means libvirt’s ‘default, since 0.10.x default in libvirt is unlimited
[vars] migration_max_bandwidth = 32