Provided by: virt-manager_0.9.5-1ubuntu3_all
virt-manager - display the virtual machine desktop management tool
virt-manager is a desktop tool for managing virtual machines. It provides the ability to control the lifecycle of existing machines (bootup/shutdown,pause/resume,suspend/restore), provision new virtual machines and various types of store, manage virtual networks, access the graphical console of virtual machines, and view performance statistics, all done locally or remotely.
The following options are accepted when running "virt-manager": -h, -help Display command line help summary -c URI, --connect=URI Specify the hypervisor connection URI --debug List debugging output to the console (normally this is only logged in ~/.virt-manager/virt-manager.log). This function implies --no-fork. --no-fork Don't fork "virt-manager" off into the backround: run it blocking the current terminal. Useful for seeing possible errors dumped to stdout/stderr. --no-dbus Disable the DBus API used for remote control of the "virt-manager" UI --no-conn-autostart Don't autostart any libvirt connections when launching "virt-manager". --show-domain-creator Display the wizard for creating new virtual machines --show-domain-editor=UUID Display the dialog for editing properties of the virtual machine with unique ID matching "UUID" --show-domain-performance=UUID Display the dialog for monitoring performance of the virtual machine with unique ID matching "UUID" --show-domain-console=UUID Display the virtual console of the virtual machine with unique ID matching "UUID" --show-host-summary Display the main window summarizing performance for all virtual machines on the host.
Written by Daniel P. Berrange and Cole Robinson.
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virsh(1), "virt-viewer(1)", the project website "http://virt-manager.org" 2013-04-01 VIRT-MANAGER(1)