I have been waiting for the release of Rocky Linux so that I could use it on my oVirt virtualization platform (see https://ovirt.org). I’ve been using this wonderful system for years but have been unable to upgrade to the latest version because it requires either RHEL8 , CentOS 8, or CentOS Stream. I was waiting for Rocky Linux to be released to handle this. When Rocky was released, I found I couldn’t install oVirt with it because an oVirt Developer says that Rocky doesn’t support the virt stream-advanced-virtualization (providing libvirt 7.0.0 and qemu-kvm 5.2.0) which is required. Do I just need to wait patiently for this to get added? It would really fill a huge hole and allow people to continue to use oVirt from a more stable platform. Once CentOS is no longer what it once was, oVirt team will only support RHEL and CentOS Stream, and I choose not to run my virtualization platform with CentOS Stream.
Thanks, and I just wanted to express my gratitude for the Rocky Linux team in this incredible endeavour.