Virtual Machine Manager
Virtual Machine Manager running FreeDOS (post-installation phase)
Virtual Machine Manager allows users to:
- create, edit, start and stop VMs
- view and control of each VM's console
- see performance and utilization statistics for each VM
- view all running VMs and hosts, and their live performance or resource utilization statistics.
- use KVM, Xen or QEMU virtual machines, running either locally or remotely.
- use LXC containers
Distributions including Virtual Machine Manager
Virtual Machine Manager comes as the virt-manager package in:
- Arch Linux
- Debian (since lenny)
- Fedora (since version 6)
- FreeBSD (via Ports collection)
- Mandriva Linux (since release 2007.1)
- NetBSD (via pkgsrc)
- OpenBSD (via Ports collection)
- openSUSE (since release 10.3)
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (since version 5)
- Ubuntu (version 8.04 and above)
- Oracle Linux
- Scientific Linux
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Virtual Machine Manager.|
- libvirt, the API used by Virtual Machine Manager to create and manage virtual machines
- "Virtual Machine Manager Download". virt-manager.org. Retrieved 23 June 2018.
- "virt-manager/virt-manager". Retrieved 23 June 2018 – via GitHub.
Siever, Ellen; Figgins, Stephen; Love, Robert; Robbins, Arnold (2009-09-22). Linux in a Nutshell (6 ed.). O'Reilly. p. 850. ISBN 978-0-596-15448-6.
[...] the Red Hat Virtual Machine Manager application [...] is a collection of tools built using libvirt. This includes a few command-line tools as well as the GUI virt-manager application.
- "Add bhyve support". Anzwix. 11 April 2014. Retrieved 1 July 2014.
- "virt-manager 1.0.1-1 (any)". Arch Linux. 25 March 2014. Retrieved 1 July 2014.
- "deskutils/virt-manager". FreshPorts. Jan 2018. Retrieved 31 January 2018.
- "sysutils/virt-manager". The NetBSD Packages Collection. May 2014. Retrieved 1 July 2014.
- "sysutils/virt-manager". OpenBSD CVSweb. Nov 2015. Retrieved 9 November 2015.
While the Virtual Machine Manager project itself lacks documentation, there are third parties providing relevant information, e.g.:
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux virtualization 6 documentation:
- Fedora 18 documentation:
- Ubuntu official documentation:
- Libvirt documentation: