virt-manager including a feature in lucid
douglas.m.stanley at gmail.com
Thu Mar 10 12:55:03 UTC 2011
True, I believe you can do this on lucid if you run virt-manager locally
(i.e. on the lucid server). But, I believe the poster wanted to run
virt-manager remotely, like from a desktop.
I'm pretty sure that if your desktop is maverick and you run the maverick
virt-manager, then, you can get the desired functionality from the lucid
On Mar 10, 2011 7:34 AM, "Michael Zoet" <Michael.Zoet at zoet.de> wrote:
> Am Do, 10.03.2011, 13:20 schrieb jurgen.depicker at let.be:
>>> Hello list ,
>>> I am not sure if this can be done in an easy way, but upstream virt-
>>> manager just added the ability to manually specify the network
>>> interface to which the virtual machine should be attached. This is
>>> necessary because the only proper way for now is by using netcf when
>>> working on a remote machine. Since i doubt ubuntu will have it
>>> ported and working anytime soon, i was wondering if the feature can
>>> be backported to the current lucid version of virt-manager.
> I have 2 KVM servers here both running Ubuntu 10.4.2 with KVM and 10 NICs
> each. virt-manager gives me the possibility too choose which bridge I can
> assign to a VM. I even can assign a complete NIC to a guest. But haven't
> tried this yet. I have do try this in 2 weeks for a project. But I tried a
> physical hardware assigment for a USB drive and this works nice. So I
> assume this will work for PCI-X NICs, too.
>> -> on Ubuntu 10.10 this is definitely possible: you can specify manually
>> eg 'br0' (my bridge).
>> virt-manager v 0.8.4, virsh v0.8.3
> I can do this also on my 10.04 KVM servers. But maybe I do not understand
> the problem.
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