As a mentioned in previous posts I have created a simple script that would clone/configure a KVM guest based on existing templates. The scripts can be found in my github https://github.com/mrdimka/kvm-scripts . When I tried to launch a CentOS 6 VM I ve noticed that eth0 was not configured and was failing.
It’s quite sometime since RHEL/CentOS 7 (2014-06-09) was released so a few days ago I thought I should try it out and maybe create a KVM Guest template in case I need it in the future.
I have been trying to create a simple bash script for copying/configuring KVM guests using templates.
This way I don’t need to do the whole installation over and over again.
The script would use an already KVM image file copy it to a new image file, mount it change the hostname and network settings. It would also copy the xml file remove the uuid, change its name and define it with virsh command.