The RHEL6.0 package will have a lot of qemu features disabled, just like the RHEL5.4 kvm-userspace package
We want to allow EPEL to continue to include a fully-featured (except for kvm support) qemu package so that EPEL still has the non-x86 qemu targets
To that end we need to:
- Re-name the qemu package to qemu-kvm
- The sub-packages would be - qemu-kvm-common, qemu-kvm-img and qemu-kvm-tools
- Move all files that would conflict with the stock qemu package - e.g.
- Add a macro to the stock qemu package that would disable building the
qemu-kvm meta-package and the /usr/bin/qemu-kvm binary
On RHEL-6, the KVM userspace package is named "qemu-kvm". Moving bug to the right component.
with RHEL6.0-20100422.12 installation tree
packages are :
[root@rhel6 ~]# rpm -qa | grep ^qemu
and qemu-kvm is moved to /usr/libexec/qemu-kvm
[root@rhel6 ~]# rpm -ql qemu-kvm | grep libexec
not fully match comment#0 .but it is expected .
so setting to verified