How to Install and Manage Virtual Machines and Containers

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4 Responses

  1. I want to create VM and join interface of the VM to a OVS bridge i.e. eth0 on VM and TAP interface on Bridge. Please let me know the commands

  2. DarkSun says:

    How can I delete the Virtual Machines?

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Deleting a VM Guest, also remove its configuration stored under /etc/ directory, along with its storage files.

      To remove VM, first list the running VM guests, once you the name of the VM, shutdown and delete using following commands.

      # virsh list
      # virsh shutdown VM_NAME
      # virsh undefine VM_NAME
  3. Eugene says:

    So where is the info about using containers?

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