In the previous parts of this series, I have rebuilt my lab using Red Hat Gluster Storage (RHGS) and Red Hat Virtualisation (RHV), and added and configured the RHV hosts. We still have some tidying up to do to our environment before we are really ready to start hosting virtual machines.
Before we go into the next section of configuring some of the ancilliary services, I will mention that in order to view remote consoles on another Fedora/CentOS/RHEL workstation, we need to install the spice-xpi package on that workstation. This will allow your browser to open the downloaded spice metadata with the remote viewer application. I only mention this here as I did need to access the console of the RHV engine VM from my Fedora workstation, and was unable to as I had not installed the spice xpi (Firefox plugin).