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Repository Configuration File
Oracle VM Server User's Guide
You can add a repository using the
remove them using the
Repositories are managed by Oracle VM Agent. To manually manage the repository
daemon, use following commands:
7.3 Repository Configuration File
A list of the Oracle VM Server repositories is in the file:
The format used in the repository file is:
The UUID (Universally Unique Identifier) of the repository.
The block device or NFS path to the file system used as a repository.
7.4 Repository Mount Options
You can create an optional repository option file which contains mount options for
storage repositories. The repository option file must be named:
The format of this file is:
The UUID of the repository and must match the UUID of the repository in the
The list of mount options, as they would appear if the volume were mounted with
mount -o opt1,opt2,opt3
. The mount options will be used exactly as listed in the
file until the end of the line.
7.5 Adding a Repository
You can add a file system or shared virtual disk as a repository using the
script. This script identifies the file system or shared virtual disk as a repository and
updates the repository configuration to enable it. The script takes the parameters:
/usr/lib/ovs/ovs-makerepo source shared description
The block device or NFS path to the file system to be added.
Sets whether the file system is to be shared as the cluster root (the heartbeat device),
shared as a non-cluster root, or not shared. In a High Availability (HA) enabled