New happy user / Differences between virsh and virt-manager
On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 01:54:54PM -0300, Josir Gomes wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I am new on this virtualization business and I need some tips from you.
> I've already acomplished to install and run a Ubuntu 0.4 guest under a
> Ubuntu 8.04 Host (both 64bits) using the above tutorials:
> I can ssh from other machines in the vm and I managed to add new drives
> too using only virt-manager.
> Everything works fine and the vm is running very well.
> As I expected the qemu/kvm performance is far better than vmware.
> My problem: when I try to monitor my vms using the virsh prompt
> virsh --connect qemu:///system
> I got no vm status. virsh isn't only another way to look at the vm info ?
It only shows running VMs by default - try adding --inactive, or --all
if you want idle VMs too.
> Where can I find more info on this and learn how to clone vms?
There is a virt-clone command - the man page has examples.
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