Project:Virtualization

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Gentoo Virtualization Project
Description The Gentoo Virtualization Project maintains packages shared between the different virtualization (sub-)projects and provides documentation and tools to the user to make Gentoo a first choice platform as both host and guest system.
Email virtualization@gentoo.org
IRC Channel #gentoo-virtualization
Lead(s) none
No lead election date set
Members
Subprojects
(and inherited members)
Parent Project Gentoo Linux
Project listing

With the various virtualization solutions are also tools available to manage more than one kind of virtual machine. Furthermore it is possible to share certain knowledge on how to setup and administer such systems. This project exists as a general virtualization project to maintain common packages, to collect documentation and to give the user a general overview what's available on all Gentoo platforms.

This includes (combination of) the following techniques: KVM, Qemu, Lguest, Xen, VMWare, VirtualBox, vServer, OpenVZ, Linux Containers, Solaris Zones, FreeBSD Jails

Goals

The current goal is to bring all stakeholders together and to define the next steps. Furthermore, mailinglist, IRC channel, mail-alias have to be created. Shortly after defining how the different sub-projects should interact, a public announcement has to be made.

Herds

The Virtualization project maintains the following herds:

Herd Members Description
virtualization cardoe, dev-zero, flameeyes, idella4, jokey, lu_zero, tamiko Gentoo Virtualization Project

Contact us

IRC channel

All developers (and some users of course) can be reached in #gentoo-virtualization on irc.freenode.net.


This article is based on a document formerly found on our main website gentoo.org.
The following people contributed to the original document: Tiziano Müller, Doug Goldstein
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