I am using Centos 6.4 with kvm virtualization. I see the images at /var/lib/libvirt/images/, each image file is about 20GB, can I just copy it to external hard drive, and then copy it back should I want the virtual machine again? (say virtulization machine is dead or I had to reinstall the Centos 6.4 server).
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We've been working with the docker community to get official CentOS
images into the index. We've now got CentOS 6.5 (as of 12 april) into
the index, and we'll be keeping things updated as we go forward.
Any chance of a refresh of the cloud image (http://buildlogs.centos.org/centos/7/cloud/) and including cloud-init and the repos ?
With this, we can start asking our end users to give CentOS 7 a spin on the cloud..
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I have a huge directory of images on a CentOS server (~65gb). The images are predominantly jpeg's but theres some png's and a couple of gif's.
Here's the annoying and weird part - the images are all stored without extensions, with filenames such as z_1bC5f4. They've had an initial optimization by imagemagick but I need to reduce all their sizes.
I have twice downloaded the latest Fedora 20 iso image - Fedora-20-i386-DVD.torrent (4.4GB) from the following location using torrents, but on both occasions I was having errors while installing the OS to my hard after burning the iso image to a new DVD with no scratch marks etc.
Attempting to create a Centos 6 machine from scratch.
I've posted before but this is such a basic issue...
When using a "Live" CD image the machine (aged Dell Poweredge 1300) boots fine, but this image is not good for installation. When burning "bootable" CDs e.g. Full install or network install the machine does not recognize the disk as a bootable CD/DVD.
I am implementing a little image gallery with ViewPager and FragmentStatePagerAdapter (I'm using FragmentStatePagerAdapter cause I am supporting android 2.3, so low memory devices have to be compatible too).
Since I get the images from a webservice (in an AsyncTask), I place an example image in all the fragments of the gallery until the images from the webservices are fully downloaded.