I have been reading this book for last few days and i gave me alot of great insignts in not ust KVM last few days and i gave me alot of great insignts in not ust KVM also general understanding of virtualization Great thing about this is is alot of examples which i was able to follow and get great understanding how to apply it I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to get into virtualization and also for someone how is in look for improving existing knowledgeI expect books from this guy Given the title of this book one could expect you d dive deep into KVM and its related topics learn to understand its techniues usecases and traps From zero to hero in KVM so to speakIf THIS is the purpose of this book than it definitely fails After reading well actually while reading I stopped reading chapter 5 Libvirt Storage "you feel but beeing a Master of KVMI don t even "feel everything but beeing a Master of KVMI don t even where to start As one of the previous reviewer already mentioned this is not a working book but rather a collection of functions and ideasThere is no central theme kind of define a the usecase install and setup OS install KVM and its tools etc etc no best pratices no dos and don ts whatsoever Also the book is not consistent whitin itself sometimes not even within one chapterHere are some examples of that what s waiting for the readerBackground and history of KVM is where it starts which makes sense Chapter 1 and chapter 2 Chapter 3 is all about installation of KVM an. Popular E Book, Mastering KVM Virtualization: Design expert data center virtual. D it s tools Up to here it everything is clear described and understandableChapter 4 is all about networking But there is one problem its definitely notThis chapter raises uestions then it tries to answer such as How to asign a static IP to a VM What about the possibility of name resolution for the VM How do the connections look like to be able to adjust the firewalls properlyOne What about IPv6 Throughout the whole book it s not mentioned at allChapter 5 back to the lacking central theme or working book structure When you try to use it as a work book and try to setup a system with the learned techniues chapter after chapter you realize now that your setup of the OS is most likely wrong some of the topics and sections in chapter 5 depend on the proper setup "of your os the or eg lvm "your OS the partitioning or eg LVM basically means back to suare one Re install OS and start over again Such architecture or design decissions should be handled at the beginning of the book or at last prior to installationAnother example at some point one will find the description of how to configure a NFS storage pool After some time its written and i uote If we wanted we could ve easily done the same thing via the Virtual Machine Manager GUI which gives the impression that the previously performed steps configuring the NFS pool manually can be done using the GUI as well Only the screenshots are showing different names and Ization solutions with the power of Linux KVM, 2nd Edition Author Vedran Dakic. .
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