August 10, 2010

Virtual Machine Manager

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Virtual Machine Manager is an application to manage virtual machines.

Virtual Machine Manager allows users to:

  • Create, edit, start and stop VMs.

  • View and control of each VMs console

  • See performance & utilization statistics for each VM

  • View all running VMs and hosts and their live performance & resource utilization statistics.

  • Use KVM, Xen or QEMU virtual machines, running either locally or remotely.
Distributions including Virtual Machine Manager
Virtual Machine Manager is included as 'virt-manager' package in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, Fedora since version 6, Mandriva Linux since release 2008.0 , Ubuntu 8.04 and above and Debian Lenny. The package is also present in the Gentoo tree.

Anaconda is the installer for Red Hat Linux and Fedora. It is written in Python and C, with a graphical frontend using PyGTK and a text frontend using python-newt. A kickstart file can be used to automatically configure the installation, allowing users to run it with minimal supervision.

Anaconda installer is used by RHEL, Fedora and a number of other projects, Anaconda offers a text-mode and GUI mode, so users can install on a wide range of systems.

Anacondas are lizard-eating snakes (similar to pythons), and the Caldera installation program was called "Lizard", hence the name.

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