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computer science graduate working in C/C++ on linux and unix platform for about 4 years (professionally) and 7 years (personally).

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awarded  Tumbleweed
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comment listing of VM's created before libvirt installation or started by any other VM management tool
@dysany I require the disk image path and its config file(if possible as it is available when listing with virsh system list) for those which are not started using virtmanager. just to add disk image is not necessary the default path for each and every vm
Nov
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awarded  Commentator
Nov
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revised listing of VM's created before libvirt installation or started by any other VM management tool
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Nov
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comment listing of VM's created before libvirt installation or started by any other VM management tool
i added the ps output in my query but unable to crealy format it. please refer it as botht eh machine are created using virtmanager and used same type of argument at time of creation but the difference is how they are stared. first one is stared using virtmanager and later is using kvm command. please suggest how to proceed.
Nov
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revised listing of VM's created before libvirt installation or started by any other VM management tool
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Nov
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comment listing of VM's created before libvirt installation or started by any other VM management tool
you can start a VM by just writing kvm <imagename> -m <memory> and it will run. ps -ef can show this as just the last process run. Now, If i say that i had created a vm using virtmanager. now i start this vm using kvm command and do not start it using the virtmanager, then in that case you do not get the arguments that have been passed by virtmanager (when you run it using virtmanager).
Nov
6
comment listing of VM's created before libvirt installation or started by any other VM management tool
In my case i am listing the VM's running from a remote machine which can detect any machine in network. so I need to list down the VM's running on network in order to perform any operation on that particular VM. Now when I start create vm using virtmanager, virsh can list it, but if any of the vm is created using any other tool I can only get the name of the vm from ps command. it does not give the path of the image file and config file as it gives in case of virtmanager.
Nov
6
comment listing of VM's created before libvirt installation or started by any other VM management tool
hi dyasny, i already tried using ps but it does not give me the details about my vm such as image path and it also does not give any info regarding the config file for the VM. Now when i list the VM i have only the name of VM and nothing else is available in case of vm created or started by not using virtmanager.
Nov
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asked listing of VM's created before libvirt installation or started by any other VM management tool
Nov
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accepted lgcrypt not found while compiling libvirt
Nov
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answered lgcrypt not found while compiling libvirt
Nov
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accepted KVM-admin tools required
Nov
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comment KVM-admin tools required
actual problem is with my client. He does not want to use the GNU tool and want me to make a new one. the legal team is not allowing to use GNU tool
Nov
2
comment KVM-admin tools required
I have got a link saying that it is the KVM-admin tool code.google.com/p/kvmadm/downloads/list but it does not provide the above functionality. it is moreover the networking part of it.
Nov
2
comment KVM-admin tools required
dyasny, I am using the libvirt now as per your suggestion. actually I am creating a C++ library using KVM hence I am still researching on the internal codings and commands for KVM as i do not want to create a wrapper on libvirt.
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asked KVM-admin tools required
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awarded  Autobiographer
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