I have enabled Intel AMT/ME in my Xeon server grade CPU hosted in remote data center building for OOB purpose. I do not want to use Windows 10 Pro edition. Is it possible to access Intel AMT/ME KVM session from Linux? How do I remotely access Intel AMT KVM from Linux desktop and do out of band management of my server?
I run a couple of OpenBSD and FreeBSD guest/virtual machines under KVM. My server has 32GB ram and 4C/8T Intel Xeon CPU. Everything was working fine until recent CentOS Linux 7 kernel update. After a fresh reboot of my CentOS 7 Linux box OpenBSD and FreeBSD machine become very slow and after 24 hours stop responding to the network request. How can I solve significant performance problems with BSD family of oses running on CentOS 7 KVM?
I know how to clone a KVM VM. Once cloned I would like to reset cloned VM. How do I reset, unconfigure or customize a virtual machine so clones can be made? How can I reset a KVM clone virtual Machines with virt-sysprep command on a Linux server based hypervisor?