Details of my environment is as follows
RHEV-M : rhevm.example.com : 10.0.0.100 Hypervisor 1: node01.example.com : 10.0.0.101 (Using RHEV-Hypervisor) Hypervisor 2: node02.example.com : 10.0.0.102 (Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6) NFS Storage : 10.0.0.1:/rhevstorage
Installing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager / RHEV-M
Install the required software. In order to install RHEV-M you will need to subscribe your RHEV-M system to the JBOSS EAP and the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager channels.
root@rhevm ~]# yum install -y rhevm
Start the RHEV-M setup process
Below is the output of my installation. You will need to enter an admin password and configure the type of “Default” datacenter/cluster for the installation. Should you chose to do so, you can also create an ISO domain during this installation as well.
[root@rhevm ~]# rhevm-setup Welcome to RHEV Manager setup utility HTTP Port  : HTTPS Port  : Host fully qualified domain name, note that this name should be fully resolvable [rhevm.example.com] : Password for Administrator (admin@internal) : Confirm password : Database password (required for secure authentication with the locally created database) : Confirm password : Organization Name for the Certificate: Example Inc The default storage type you will be using ['NFS'| 'FC'| 'ISCSI'] [NFS] : NFS Should the installer configure NFS share on this server to be used as an ISO Domain? ['yes'| 'no'] [yes] : Mount point path: /iso Display name for the ISO Domain: ISOs Firewall ports need to be opened. You can let the installer configure iptables automatically overriding the current configuration. The old configuration will be backed up. Alternately you can configure the firewall later using an example iptables file found under /usr/share/rhevm/conf/iptables.example Configure iptables ? ['yes'| 'no']: yes RHEV Manager will be installed using the following configuration: ================================================================= http-port: 8080 https-port: 8443 host-fqdn: rhevm.example.com auth-pass: ******** db-pass: ******** org-name: Example Inc default-dc-type: NFS nfs-mp: /iso iso-domain-name: ISOs override-iptables: yes Proceed with the configuration listed above? (yes|no): yes Installing: Creating JBoss Profile... [ DONE ] Creating CA... [ DONE ] Setting Database Security... [ DONE ] Creating Database... [ DONE ] Updating the Default Data Center Storage Type... [ DONE ] Editing JBoss Configuration... [ DONE ] Editing RHEV Manager Configuration... [ DONE ] Configuring the Default ISO Domain... [ DONE ] Configuring Firewall (iptables)... [ DONE ] Starting JBoss Service... [ DONE ] **** Installation completed successfully ****** (Please allow RHEV Manager a few moments to start up.....) Additional information: * There is less than 4 GB available free memory on the Host. It is recommended to have at least 4 GB available memory to run the RHEV Manager. * SSL Certificate fingerprint: C8:8D:A9:7E:39:D5:BB:D9:FA:F1:26:C9:35:5B:D9:42:1C:EE:BB:74 * SSH Public key fingerprint: 8b:65:24:35:14:10:d5:1f:b6:57:d6:6b:07:99:0f:c7 * A default ISO share has been created on this host. If IP based access restrictions are required, please edit /iso entry in /etc/exports * The firewall has been updated, the old iptables configuration file was saved to /usr/share/rhevm/conf/iptables.backup.184301-08072012_4949 * The installation log file is available at: /var/log/rhevm/rhevm-setup_2012_08_07_18_37_20.log * Please use the user "admin" and password specified in order to login into RHEV Manager * To configure additional users, first configure authentication domains using the 'rhevm-manage-domains' utility * To access RHEV Manager please go to the following URL: http://rhevm.example.com:8080 [root@rhevm ~]#