CentOS 7
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oVirt : Create Virtual Machine
2015/07/12
 
Create Virtual Machine on oVirt Admin Portal.
This example is based on the environment below.
                                        +----------------------+
                               10.0.0.30| [ oVirt Management ] |
                                  +-----+     dlp.srv.world    |
+-----------------+               |     |                      |
|                 |10.0.0.100     |     +----------------------+
| Client Computer |---------------+
|                 |               |     +----------------------+
+-----------------+               |     |    [ oVirt Node ]    |
                                  +-----+   node01.srv.world   |
                               10.0.0.51|                      |
                                        +----------------------+

[1] Download ISO file you'd like to install for guestOS on oVirt Control Server. Next, upload it like follows.
# command : engine-iso-uploader -i [ISO Domain] upload [ISO File]

[root@dlp ~]#
engine-iso-uploader -i ISO_DOMAIN upload /tmp/CentOS-7-x86_64-DVD-1503-01.iso

Please provide the REST API password for the admin@internal oVirt Engine user (CTRL+D to abort):  
# oVirt admin password

Uploading, please wait...
INFO: Start uploading /tmp/CentOS-7-x86_64-DVD-1503-01.iso
INFO: /tmp/CentOS-7-x86_64-DVD-1503-01.iso uploaded successfully
[2] Access to oVirt Adminr Portal and move to "Virtual Machine" tab and click "New VM".

   

[3] Input values for virtual machine you'd like to create and click OK.
[4] Click "Configure Virtual Disks".
[5] Input values for virtual disks and click OK.
[6] Click "Configure Later". If you'd like to add more virtual disks, click "Add another disk ***".
[7] Click "Run Once" to start the Virtual Machine.
[8] Check a box "Attach CD" to install guestOS for initial booting and click OK.
[9] Click "Console" button to get screen like follows.

 

[10] The screen of Virtual Machine is displayed, proceed to install.
[11] Installation finished and Virtual Machine is running now.
 
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