automatically starting KVM

Russell Coker russell at coker.com.au
Thu Dec 24 15:09:14 AEDT 2015


On Thu, 24 Dec 2015 02:27:07 PM Dan062 via luv-main wrote:
> > I've run kvm guests directly, without virsh installed, while also
> > managing them from the console. Thus, whether you actually need virsh
> > depends on your requirements and environment.
> 
> What you are saying is true, But inmho, virsh give you far more control
> over the VM (eg: snapshots, connecting devices live etc). While you may be
> able to do the same without virsh, using it to me is much easier,
> specially if you are doing it remotely.

Virsh does seem to have some nice features, but I don't really need them.  All 
I want is start, stop, and console access.  That said I'll investigate Craig's 
suggestions to see if I can make virsh do what I want, that would be the 
easiest solution.

Thanks for the suggestions!

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