I am surprised to see that RedHat is not supported/recommended.
What about Atomic? CoreOS?
"All hosts within a cluster must be homogenous. The CPUs must be of the
same type, count, and feature flags"
This appears to be an attempt to add some flesh to the definition of
What does type mean - AMD vs Intel? Can you really not use an Athlon
in the same cluster as a Phenom?
Count of what? CPUs?
Surely not all feature flags matter?
What is the real restriction?
When you deploy CloudStack, the hypervisor host must not have any VMs
already running. These will be destroy by CloudStack
Might be better expressed as
When you deploy CloudStack, any VMs already running on the hypervisor
host will be destroyed by CloudStack.
*Configure CPU model for KVM guest (Optional)*
By default, the CPU model of KVM instance is likely QEMU Virtual CPU
version x.x.x with least CPU features exposed.
likely??? What does this mean?
*CentOS 7 uses Firewalld**
The section on opening ports in the firewall uses iptables which is no
longer used in CentOS 7*
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