Part III. Configuration

Part III. Configuration

Table of Contents

Configuring Red Hat Enterprise Linux Virtualization
7. Virtualized block devices
7.1. Installing a virtualized floppy disk controller
7.2. Adding additional storage devices to a guest
7.3. Configuring persistent storage in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 environment
7.4. Adding an ISO file as a CD-ROM to a guest configuration file
8. Configuring networks and guests
9. Server best practices
10. Securing the host
11. SELinux and virtualization
12. Virtualized network devices
12.1. Configuring multiple guest network bridges to use multiple ethernet cards
12.2. Laptop network configuration
13. Introduction to Para-virtualized Drivers
13.1. System requirements
13.2. Para-virtualization Restrictions and Support
13.3. Installation and Configuration of Para-virtualized Drivers
13.3.1. Common installation steps
13.3.2. Installation and Configuration of Para-virtualized Drivers on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3
13.3.3. Installation and Configuration of Para-virtualized Drivers on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
13.3.4. Installation and Configuration of Para-virtualized Drivers on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
13.4. Para-virtualized Network Driver Configuration
13.5. Additional Para-virtualized Hardware Configuration
13.5.1. Virtualized Network Interfaces
13.5.2. Virtual Storage Devices

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