I don't think there is a way to do this via GUI.
You can create a script to do this in boot via ovirt-cli or API.
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From: Brent Hartzell brent.hartz...@outlook.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 23, 2014 6:53:48 AM
You can achieve that using oVirt High Availability ,
Also see WatchDog  (if you want your guests to bemonitored on the OS level
There was a discussion on this list a year or so ago about this. I
believe one of the developers responded that oVirt has no facility to
start VMs on a boot, and explained why
I use the following 2 scripts to start VMs automatically when my AIO
host reboots for whatever reason. The
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