I have ready RAC OVM templates and below is the instructions.
Can someone explain this to me?
I want to create a OVM server and OVM manager on virtualbox. But I couldnt und network configurations.
Following are the non-standard requirements for your OVM setup:
Here are some notes, assumptions and requirements associated with these VMs:
1. The public network interfaces on all the VMs occupy addresses in the 192.0.2.X range. The private storage network and cluster interconnect on all the VMs occupy addresses in the 192.168.1.X range.
2. All the VMs assume access to NTP and DNS services provided by servers at 192.0.2.1. One way to provide these services is to configure a bridged network interface on 192.0.2.1 under Dom0 and to configure NTP and DNS services on Dom0. Another way is to create an additional VM with a primary network interface on 192.0.2.1 which offers the required services.
OVM and Virtualbox are incompatible and employ different technologies. OVM is a destructive install - it will wipe out the OS on the hardware you are installing on, while Virtualbox provides a virtualization platform on top of an existing OS.
Pl elaborate on what exactly you are trying to achieve
I have 16gn memory on my laptop and I want to create an OVM server and OVM manager on virtual box. Is it possible?
Then I will import some OVM templates to that system.
No - not possible using Virtualbox - as noted, OVM and Virtualbox are different technologies and an OVM install will destroy the native OS.
I believe you are confusing technologies and terms. If I understand your needs, you are wanting to install Virtualbox on your OS, then create VMs using Virtualbox and/or import Virtualbox VM templates. Note that Virtualbox VM templates are different than OVM VM templates - the latter can only be installed on OVM Server.
I assume that you want to run an OVM RAC DB template inside an OVM x86 Server which in turn runs as a Virtualbox Guest
Although, I haven't tried before, if I had to, I would have started with these Virtualbox OVM templates