Fedora is the base for oVirt's hypervisor: "Node". Basicaly this is a stripped down Fedora, enriched with a couple of packages to prvide just enough to host some virtual guests and do some basic configuration.
Personally I'd like to use Node in conjunction with Gnome Boxes or virt-manager. But this is currently not possible - but we might get closer to it when solving this bug.
Anyhow, to quickly install oVirt Node you just need to add two (or three) additional kernel arguments:
BOOTIF=ethX storage_initYou should/could also add
ADMINPW=$(openssl passwd -salt SALT)is a salted password, so you can log in (as
admin) after the installation. Alternatively you can boot into single mode to reset the password.
The parameters above install oVirt node without user intervention, setup networking on ethX and erase all data on the disk and create a defautl (lvm based) partitioning scheme.
The next step would be adding Node to oVirt Engine - or wait until it can be managed by virt-manager, which is much quicker to set-up :)