oVirt Administration Guide
The oVirt environment requires an administrator to keep it running. As an administrator, your tasks include:
Managing physical and virtual resources such as hosts and virtual machines. This includes upgrading and adding hosts, importing domains, converting virtual machines created on foreign hypervisors, and managing virtual machine pools.
Monitoring the overall system resources for potential problems such as extreme load on one of the hosts, insufficient memory or disk space, and taking any necessary actions (such as migrating virtual machines to other hosts to lessen the load or freeing resources by shutting down machines).
Responding to the new requirements of virtual machines (for example, upgrading the operating system or allocating more memory).
Managing customized object properties using tags.
Managing searches saved as public bookmarks.
Managing user setup and setting permission levels.
Troubleshooting for specific users or virtual machines for overall system functionality.
Generating general and specific reports.
Part I: Administering and Maintaining the oVirt Environment
Chapter 1: Global Configuration
Chapter 2: Dashboard
Part II: Administering the Resources
Chapter 3: Quality of Service
Chapter 4: Data Centers
Chapter 5: Clusters
Chapter 6: Logical Networks
Chapter 7: Hosts
Chapter 8: Storage
Chapter 9: Pools
Chapter 10: Virtual Disks
Chapter 11: External Providers
Part III: Administering the Environment
Chapter 12: Backups and Migration
Chapter 13: Errata Management with Foreman
Chapter 14: Automating Configuration Tasks Using Ansible
Chapter 15: Users and Roles
Chapter 16: Quotas and Service Level Agreement Policy
Chapter 17: Event Notifications
Chapter 18: Utilities
Part IV: Gathering Information About the Environment
Chapter 19: Log Files
Chapter 20: Proxies
Part V: Appendixes
Appendix A: VDSM and Hooks
Appendix B: Custom Network Properties
Appendix C: oVirt User Interface Plugins
Appendix D: oVirt and SSL
Appendix E: Branding
Appendix F: System Accounts
Adapted from RHV 4.2 documentation - CC-BY-SA2