lcfg-xen-1.0.1

Finally got to release 1! Not many new features but more or less stable as it seems. The only addition to this is the support for defining and configuring groups of virtual machines, forming eventually virtual clusters.
New resources are introduced that can replace the individual resources for every virtual machine that is member of the virtual group.

!xen.virtualgroup		mADD(cluster1)
!xen.members_cluster1  		mADD(node1 node2 node3)
!xen.maxmem_cluster1    	        mSET(2048)
!xen.memory_cluster1    	        mSET(1024)
!xen.groupvcpus_cluster1   	mSET(4)
!xen.groupcpus_cluster1     	mSET(4)

The resource definition above will configure each member of the virtual group according to the specified resources.

Network configuration can also be performed per group basis:

!xen.groupnettype_cluster1	mSET(bridge)
!xen.groupbridge_cluster1	mSET(xenbr2)
!xen.groupscript_cluster1	mSET(my-custom-bridge)

The default values are “512” for maximum and initial memory, “1” for VCPUs and pinned physical CPUs, “bridge” for network type, “xenbr0” as the default network bridge interface and “vif-bridge” the default network script.

EDIT: Issues with the schema file. New release 1.0.3-1 solves it.

RPM: lcfg-xen-1.0.1-1.noarch.rpm lcfg-xen-1.0.3-1.noarch.rpm
SRPM: lcfg-xen-1.0.1-1.src.rpm lcfg-xen-1.0.3-1.src.rpm
Default schema file: lcfg-xen-defaults-s1-1.0.1-1.noarch.rpm lcfg-xen-defaults-s1-1.0.3-1.noarch.rpm

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