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Karesansui is a virtualization management console with a Web-based user interface that supports Linux servers. It allows virtual machine creation, start up, suspension, snapshot, and CPU/RAM allocation, all from a Web browser. The Xen hypervisor is supported. A RESTful architecture is implemented with HTTP-based APIs.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  16 May 2012 02:52

    Release Notes: This release supports CentOS6, RHEL6, and Scientific Linux 6. The INSTALL document contains instructions for installing on any other Linux. The software is now distributed under the MIT license. SPICE remote desktop is supported. Useful developer-oriented documentation, FAQs, and more were provided.

    •  29 Jul 2010 02:56

      Release Notes: Initial values were added for watch settings. Storage pools and network storages can no longer be stopped or deleted when they are used by guests. Parse errors in the iSCSI configuration file are now correctly handled. In the Xen hypervisor environment, some virtual machine reports were not displayed. Some errors in notification messages were fixed. Some errors in Screen autoreloading were fixed.

      •  23 Jul 2010 09:57

        Release Notes: Graph reports were added for system resources. Storage pools and network storages (iSCSI) are supported. Guest import/export features were added. A server log viewer was added. Bonding management was added. System audit features were added.

        •  28 Jan 2010 04:20

          Release Notes: Support for the KVM hypervisor.

          •  13 Jan 2010 01:40

            Release Notes: The KVM hypervisor is now supported.


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