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[ale] KVM Management Utilities



virsh or virt-manger via ssh

On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 1:27 PM, JD <jdp at algoloma.com> wrote:

> On 03/23/2012 11:31 PM, Ted W wrote:
> > With all this talk recently about oVirt, RHEV and OpenStack I thought it
> > was a good time to re-visit my home virtual server. For the last 2 years
> > or so I had been running CentOS 5 and using the included Xen hypervisor.
> > To manage the VM's, on the rare occasion when direct intervention was
> > required, I used the "xm" command line utility. For the rebuild I
> > thought about trying my hand at OpenStack Compute and KVM on top of
> > CentOS 6... that lasted all of about 2 days and I decided that, while
> > OpenStack looks to have a very nice selection of utilities for managing
> > VMs, it's very much overkill for what I need. This leads me to my
> > question...
> >
> > I'm running < 6 vm's at any one time out of my server. What would be an
> > equivalent tool to "xm" on KVM? When I'm at the console (rarely) I have
> > no problem pulling up virt-manager but 95% of the time I'll be working
> > with it via ssh and utterly refuse to enable XForwarding.
>
> virsh?
>
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