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Getting Started with oVirt 3.3 by Alexey Lesovsky

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Clusters

Clusters are groups of physical servers that use a shared storage and have one type of CPU. VMs in a cluster may move from one physical host to another. In this case, the VM does not stop. This process is called Live Migration. There is one limitation, the virtual machines cannot migrate between clusters. Any virtualization host is a member of the cluster. Any cluster in the oVirt environment necessarily belongs to data centers. Using this hierarchy along with the cluster policies, we will have the ability to dynamically allocate the available resources and to determine which of the hosts will run the VM. When the VM is started, it can be migrated between hosts within their cluster. This is done either at the request of the Administrator ...

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