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The BigTop VMs come with very small disks, (partitions = "/" ; size: 2 --> 2GB).
Either Default VM sizes could be larger, or (better) maybe we could curate a VM deployment methodology that is more flexible.
At least in KVM, you can :
2) And then Run your virt-install:
virt-install --import -n vmname -r 2048 --os-type=linux --disk ./bigtop-vm-kvm-master/bigtop_hadoop-sda.raw,device=disk,bus=virtio,size=8,sparse=true,format=raw --vnc --noautoconsole
To create a "large" bigtop VM.
But that seems a little bit like too much work. Options to create a more useable VM are:
1) Just hardcode the boxgrinder generators to make bigger default disk size for the VM
2) Have docs for vagrant/kvm/vmware that show how to setup the BigTop VM and then resize it using QEMU tools or VBoxModify, etc...