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2.2. Optional Subscriptions and Repositories

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The packages provided in the following repositories are not required to install and configure a functioning Red Hat Virtualization environment. However, they are required to install packages that provide supporting functionality on virtual machines and client systems such as virtual machine resource monitoring. When one of these repositories is required to install a package, the steps required to enable the repository are provided in the appropriate location in the documentation.

Table 2.4. Optional Subscriptions and Repositories
Subscription PoolRepository NameRepository LabelDetails

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Server - RH Common (v.7 Server for x86_64)

rhel-7-server-rh-common-rpms

Provides the ovirt-guest-agent-common package for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, which enables monitoring virtual machine resources on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 clients.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server

Red Hat Enterprise Virt Agent (v.6 Server for x86_64)

rhel-6-server-rhv-4-agent-rpms

Provides the ovirt-guest-agent-common package for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, which enables monitoring virtual machine resources on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 clients.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server

Red Hat Enterprise Virt Agent (v.5 Server for x86_64)

rhel-5-server-rhv-4-agent-rpms

Provides the rhevm-guest-agent package for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, which enables monitoring virtual machine resources on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 clients.

Cinderlib for x86_64

Cinderlib option

openstack-16-cinderlib-for-rhel-8-x86_64-rpms

Provides cinderlib libraries for Cinderlib support in Red Hat Virtualization.

Cinderlib for IBM POWER LE

Cinderlib option for Power LE

openstack-16-cinderlib-for-rhel-8-ppc64le-rpms

Provides cinderlib libraries for Cinderlib support in Red Hat Virtualization.

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