[kwlug-disc] virsh -- anyone using it?

Cedric Puddy cedric at ccjclearline.com
Sun May 18 18:53:28 EDT 2014


I use it on CentOS boxes -- convenient for checking machine status, bringing up config XML for quick edits, etc.

It's just what was around when I started using KVM stuff on CentOS, so it's what I got used to.  I have a hazy understanding that it may be a engine-neutral way of interacting with VM's, but I've not had occasion to test/research that understanding, so it may be false.

	-Cedric

On 2014-05-16, at 4:35 PM, William Park <opengeometry at yahoo.ca> wrote:

> Hi, 
> 
> Anyone using 'virsh'?  Why/how do you use it?
> 
> I do use QEMU and VirtualBox, with preference for QEMU.  But, I never
> found reason for using 'virsh'.
> -- 
> William
> 
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