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You can use 'spicy' (which comes from 'yum install spice-gtk-tools' on fedora) to directly open spice display. Sample: $ virsh domdisplay 10 spice <== figure out 'spice port' of target VM spice://localhost:5906 <== well it is listen on localhost:5906' $ spicy -h localhost -p 5906 <== then use spicy to open spice display. Good luck:) ...


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Nevermind. I forgot that I installed Kimchi on there to manage it. Killed the process and everything is much better. Derp...


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Easy solution: connect with nc -U socket-file to your QEMU monitor, where socket-file is the path to monitor. How to find: ps -FA | grep qemu. You will find there at the command line. And run the command at the monitor: device_add usb-host,id=<ANY string>,hostbus=<BUS>,hostport=<PORT> this is pass-through by port number. You can pass ...


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I just did this today - pretty much as 'Fox' described, except change the pci controller entry instead of deleting it - changing 'pci-root' to 'pcie-root' Then it will complain about anything with a bus-related parameter - I think you can leave the item but remove the specification. I also had to remove USB-related entries (piix3 integrated controller ...


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First, I totally agree with @dyasny, it is hard to find a reasonable use case for 'full VM state (aka. with memory)'. But, if you really want 'virsh save vm_name memdump' without destroy the vm, you can try virsh snapshot-create-as ${domain} ${fake_snap} 'save vm while keep running' \ --no-metadata --atomic --live \ --memspec ...



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