I used the command ‘virsh shutdown vm1’ to shut down a guest named vm1 using the virsh command. However, it is still running, and my vm1 is not responding to an ssh session. Is there is a way to forcefully stop or kill a guest VM using the virsh command from host server?
I just followed your tutorial and setup KVM with Ubuntu Linux as a new guest virtual machine. However, I am unable to use the command: ‘virsh console vm’. How do I setup and enable console access in order to gain shell access on the newly created Ubuntu Linux 16.04 LTS VM?
How do I add additional disk storage to a guest operating system to KVM virtual machine with virsh command on Linux operating system?
How do I rename KVM-powered virtual machine from foo to bar using virsh command line option on Linux?
I wanted to clone my Debian or Ubuntu Linux KVM VM for testing purpose. How do I clone existing virtual machine images under KVM?
I installed KVM on Ubuntu server as described here. However, I am unable to get out of a ‘virsh console domain’ command. How can I exit from a “virsh console” connection over ssh based session?
I am a new Linux and KVM user. How do I delete a VM guest with virsh command line on Linux operating system? How do I delete a virtual machine called vps42 on Ubuntu or CentOS Linux server?