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Ansible with Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager (OLVM)
Recently I started to work with Ansible, as part of the learning curve I wanted to automate Virtual Machine creation on my Oracle Linux OLVM lab cluster. As you may know, Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager is a server virtualization management platform for Oracle Linux KVM servers and based on open-source oVirt.
For this lab configuration there are the following pre-requisites:
- Have a running Oracle Linux OLVM manager server connected to one or more Oracle Linux KVM hosts
- Have a Linux-user configured on your OLVM manager with sudo access.
- Have a Template imported in your OLVM cluster with Cloud-init enabled (see later)
- Replace passwords, hostnames, IP-addresses, example.com to your dns domain, etc, etc in below example files for your own network infrastructure
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