On 10/02/2012 04:10 AM, Chris Lalancette wrote:
>> On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 2:49 AM, Kashyap Chamarthy
>>> Now that libvirt has been re-factored to have fine-grained RPM installs, we
can remove oz
>>> from having a dependency on the higher level 'libvirt' package. And
can make it dependent
>>> on libvirt-daemon-kvm libvirt-daemon-qemu
>>> Also a koji build is successful with this SPEC change --
I'm of two minds about it. On the one hand, oz is supposed to be able
to work with anything that libvirt supports (and hence we should haul
all of libvirt in). On the other hand, nobody ever tests it with
anything but KVM/QEMU, so other virtualization technologies (Xen,
VMware, etc) probably don't work.
I pushed it for now; if we start testing with other things, and we
want to pull them in, we can do that in the future.
Thanks. Sure. I thought briefly about it too, but I've never seen anyone report
w/ other hypervisors.
 A long time ago I tested Oz with Xen. It worked pretty well, but
that was over a year ago and I don't know how well things would do