One-context rpms for RHEL/SL/Centos 7

Does anyone have a set of one-context rpms that work for RHEL/SL/Centos 7?
I have not yet tried to run the existing ones that have been working for me on rhel/SL 6 but
am just presuming that since centos 7 / sl 7 rely on systemctl the whole structure
of the vmcontext scripts will have to change. Is that right?

If so, are they available? I looked in usual places and couldnt’ find them.

Note that the quickstart guide for OpenNebula on Centos 7
shows the following:

It refers to a package called opennebula-context (previously has been called one-context)
but in the centos7 tarball as downloaded from the opennebula yum repo it is not there.


Steve Timm

Further documentation shows that the existing one-context rpm is supposed to work for both versions 6 and 7
but I don’t quite understand how this can be. Will try it though.


systemd still executes sysv services. That’s why it works. For the time being we will continue to use this system for RHEL/CentOS.

Is there any special systemd configuration you have to do to make it see the /etc/init.d/vmcontext script
or does the rpm automatically put it in?


Just install the rpm package, everything should be configured. Im using one-context_4.10.0.rpm package on both CentOS 6 & 7