virt-manager - Graphical tool for managing libvirt VMs
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.
Standard GTK options like --g-fatal-warnings are accepted.
The following options are accepted when running virt-manager
- -h, --help
- Display command line help summary
- Show virt-manager's version number and exit
- -c, --connect
- Specify the hypervisor connection URI
- List debugging output to the console (normally this is only logged in ~/.cache/virt-manager/virt-manager.log). This function implies --no-fork.
- Don't fork virt-manager off into the background: run it blocking the current terminal. Useful for seeing possible errors dumped to stdout/stderr.
For these options, only the requested window will be shown, the manager window will not be run in this case. Connection autostart will also be disabled. All these options require specifying a manual --connect URI.
- Display the wizard for creating new virtual machines
- --show-domain-editor NAME|ID|UUID
- Display the dialog for editing properties of the virtual machine with unique ID matching either the domain name, ID, or UUID
- --show-domain-performance NAME|ID|UUID
- Display the dialog for monitoring performance of the virtual machine with unique ID matching either the domain name, ID, or UUID
- --show-domain-console NAME|ID|UUID
- Display the virtual console of the virtual machine with unique ID matching either the domain name, ID, or UUID
- Display the host/connection details window.
Please see https://virt-manager.org/bugs/
Copyright (C) Red Hat, Inc, and various contributors. This is free software. You may redistribute copies of it under the terms of the GNU General Public License https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.