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Step-By-Step Build and Deploy Xen Hypervisor Virtualization on Linux OpenSUSE 11.3 Server

Step-By-Step Build and Deploy Xen Hypervisor Virtualization on Linux OpenSUSE 11.3 Server

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Published by Kefa Rabah
Introduction
In computing, Xen® hypervisor is a virtual-machine monitor for IA-32, x86-64, Itanium and PowerPC 970 architectures. It allows several guest operating systems to execute on the same computer hardware concurrently. The University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory developed the first versions of Xen; as of 2010 the Xen community develops and maintains Xen as free software, licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPLv2).

Xen systems have a structure with the Xen hypervisor as the lowest and most privileged layer. Above this layer come one or more guest operating systems, which the hypervisor schedules across the physical CPUs. The first guest operating system, called in Xen terminology "domain 0" (dom0), boots automatically when the hypervisor boots and receives special management privileges and direct access to all physical hardware by default. The system administrator can log into dom0 in order to manage any further guest operating systems, called "domain U" (domU) in Xen terminology.

Xen is a free open source software virtual machine monitor for Intel / PowerPC architectures. It is software that runs on a host operating system and allows several guest operating systems to be run on top of the host on the same computer hardware at the same time (just like VMWare software). Luckily Installing and managing XEN is quite easy under Linux openSUSE 11.3 Server.

The openSUSE project is a worldwide effort that promotes the use of Linux everywhere. OpenSUSE creates one of the world's best Linux distributions, working together in an open, transparent and friendly manner as part of the worldwide Free and Open Source Software community. The latest release, openSUSE 11.3, features new and massively improved versions of all useful server and desktop applications. It comes with more than 1,000 open source applications. The openSUSE distribution is a stable, easy to use and complete multi-purpose distribution. It is aimed for users and developers working on desktop or server. It's great for beginners, experienced users and ultra geeks, short it's perfect for everybody! openSUSE is also the base for Novell's award-winning SUSE Linux Enterprise products.

Fedora is a Linux-based operating system that brings the latest in free and open source software to your desktop, laptop and server, and gives you access to thousands of different open source applications. This helpful, user-friendly operating system is built by people across the globe; who work together as a community to create the Fedora Project. Fedora 13 (Goddard) is filled with improvements that make Linux better than ever for all types of users. Here are a few of the new things you can expect to see when you try out Fedora 13.

Hands-on Labs Sessions
In this hands-on lab you will learn how to install and configure Xen Hypervisor on Linux openSUSE 11.3. It’s assumed that you know how to install and configure Linux openSUSE 11.3 Server. I’ll also show you how to install & configure your first Fedora 13 virtual machine and use it to deploy a LAMP Server. Upon completion of this hands-on lab session you should have gained a competency and skills necessary to install Xen hypervisor with multiple guest machines to build a complete network infrastructure: DNS server, messaging server etc.
Introduction
In computing, Xen® hypervisor is a virtual-machine monitor for IA-32, x86-64, Itanium and PowerPC 970 architectures. It allows several guest operating systems to execute on the same computer hardware concurrently. The University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory developed the first versions of Xen; as of 2010 the Xen community develops and maintains Xen as free software, licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPLv2).

Xen systems have a structure with the Xen hypervisor as the lowest and most privileged layer. Above this layer come one or more guest operating systems, which the hypervisor schedules across the physical CPUs. The first guest operating system, called in Xen terminology "domain 0" (dom0), boots automatically when the hypervisor boots and receives special management privileges and direct access to all physical hardware by default. The system administrator can log into dom0 in order to manage any further guest operating systems, called "domain U" (domU) in Xen terminology.

Xen is a free open source software virtual machine monitor for Intel / PowerPC architectures. It is software that runs on a host operating system and allows several guest operating systems to be run on top of the host on the same computer hardware at the same time (just like VMWare software). Luckily Installing and managing XEN is quite easy under Linux openSUSE 11.3 Server.

The openSUSE project is a worldwide effort that promotes the use of Linux everywhere. OpenSUSE creates one of the world's best Linux distributions, working together in an open, transparent and friendly manner as part of the worldwide Free and Open Source Software community. The latest release, openSUSE 11.3, features new and massively improved versions of all useful server and desktop applications. It comes with more than 1,000 open source applications. The openSUSE distribution is a stable, easy to use and complete multi-purpose distribution. It is aimed for users and developers working on desktop or server. It's great for beginners, experienced users and ultra geeks, short it's perfect for everybody! openSUSE is also the base for Novell's award-winning SUSE Linux Enterprise products.

Fedora is a Linux-based operating system that brings the latest in free and open source software to your desktop, laptop and server, and gives you access to thousands of different open source applications. This helpful, user-friendly operating system is built by people across the globe; who work together as a community to create the Fedora Project. Fedora 13 (Goddard) is filled with improvements that make Linux better than ever for all types of users. Here are a few of the new things you can expect to see when you try out Fedora 13.

Hands-on Labs Sessions
In this hands-on lab you will learn how to install and configure Xen Hypervisor on Linux openSUSE 11.3. It’s assumed that you know how to install and configure Linux openSUSE 11.3 Server. I’ll also show you how to install & configure your first Fedora 13 virtual machine and use it to deploy a LAMP Server. Upon completion of this hands-on lab session you should have gained a competency and skills necessary to install Xen hypervisor with multiple guest machines to build a complete network infrastructure: DNS server, messaging server etc.

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Global Open Versity, HPC Cloud Labs
Install Guide Xen Virtualization on Linux openSUSE v1.0
April 2007, Kefa Rabah, Global Open Versity, Vancouver Canada
www.globalopenversity.orgVCC200 – Introduction to the Xen Hypervisor & Virtualization
 
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Global Open VersityVirtualization Computing Hands-on Labs Training Manual
Step-By-Step Build & Deploy Xen Hypervisor Virtualization onLinux OpenSUSE 11.3 Server
Kefa RabahGlobal Open Versity, Vancouver Canada
krabah@globalopenversity.org www.globalopenversity.org
 
Table of Contents Page No.
STEP-BY-STEP BUILD & DEPLOY XEN HYPERVISOR VIRTUALIZATION ON LINUX OPENSUSE 11.3SERVER 2
 
Introduction 2
 
Hands-on Labs Sessions 3
 
Part 1: Installing and Configuring Xen Package 3
 
Step 1: Xen Virtualization Overview 3
 
Step 2: Install Xen Virtualization 4
 
Step 3: Using Command Line Tools 9
 
Part 2: Creating a Virtual Machine 12
 
Step 1: Preparing the System for virt-install 12
 
Step 2: Running virt-install to build the Xen Guest System 13
 
Step 3: Install & Configure a Fedora 13 VM 13
 
Step 4: Run the VM using Command-line 25
 
Step 5: Modify Firewall Configuration 26
 
5.1 Task: Disable / Turn off Linux Firewall (Red hat/CentOS/Fedora Core) 26
 
5.2 Task: Enable / Turn on Linux Firewall (Red hat/CentOS/Fedora Core) 26
 
Part 3: Installing Apache, PHP, MySQL 27
 
Step 1: Install LAMP 27
 
Step 2: Modify Hostname 28
 
Step 3: Manage your VM using Command-line 29
 
Part 4: Need More Training on Linux 29
 
Introduction to the Xen Hypervisor & Virtualization VCC200 29
 
Linux Administration Training 30
 
Part 5: Hands-on Labs Assignments 30
 
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Global Open Versity, HPC Cloud Labs
Install Guide Xen Virtualization on Linux openSUSE v1.0
April 2007, Kefa Rabah, Global Open Versity, Vancouver Canada
www.globalopenversity.orgVCC200 – Introduction to the Xen Hypervisor & Virtualization
 
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Global Open VersityVirtualization Computing Hands-on Labs Training Manual
Step-By-Step Build & Deploy Xen Hypervisor Virtualization on LinuxOpenSUSE 11.3 Server 
By Kefa Rabah,krabah@globalopenversity.orgNov 22, 2010GTS Institute 
Introduction
In computing,Xen® hypervisor is a virtual-machine monitor for IA-32, x86-64, Itanium and PowerPC 970architectures. It allows several guest operating systems to execute on the same computer hardwareconcurrently. The University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory developed the first versions of Xen; as of 2010 the Xen community develops and maintains Xen as free software, licensed under the GNU GeneralPublic License (GPLv2).Xen systems have a structure with the Xen hypervisor as the lowest and most privileged layer. Above thislayer come one or more guest operating systems, which the hypervisor schedules across the physicalCPUs. The first guest operating system, called in Xen terminology "domain 0" (dom0), boots automaticallywhen the hypervisor boots and receives special management privileges and direct access to all physicalhardware by default. The system administrator can log into dom0 in order to manage any further guestoperating systems, called
"domain U"
(
domU
) in Xen terminology.Xen is a free open source software virtual machine monitor for Intel / PowerPC architectures. It is softwarethat runs on a host operating system and allows several guest operating systems to be run on top of thehost on the same computer hardware at the same time (just like VMWare software). Luckily Installing andmanaging XEN is quite easy under Linux openSUSE 11.3 Server.TheopenSUSE projectis a worldwide effort that promotes the use of Linux everywhere. OpenSUSEcreates one of the world's best Linux distributions, working together in an open, transparent and friendlymanner as part of the worldwideFree and Open Source Softwarecommunity. The latest release,openSUSE 11.3, features new and massively improved versions of all useful server and desktopapplications. It comes with more than 1,000 open source applications. TheopenSUSE distributionis astable, easy to use and complete multi-purpose distribution. It is aimed for users and developers workingon desktop or server. It's great for beginners, experienced users and ultra geeks, short it's perfect for everybody! openSUSE is also the base for Novell's award-winningSUSE Linux Enterpriseproducts.Fedorais a Linux-based operating system that brings the latest in free and open source software to your desktop, laptop and server, and gives you access to thousands of different open source applications. Thishelpful, user-friendly operating system is built by people across the globe; who work together as acommunity to create the Fedora Project. Fedora 13 (Goddard) is filled with improvements that make Linuxbetter than ever for all types of users. Here are a few of the new things you can expect to see when youtry out Fedora 13.

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