Virtualizor error fetching interface information

Virtualizor error fetching interface information

When starting network in virtualizor server, i get following error To fix this error, find the network interface name with

Copy a file from host into LXD container

Copy a file from host into LXD container

To copy file from host machine to LXD container run Example To copy a file from the host machine to

Virtualizor list all vms from command line

Virtualizor list all vms from command line

Virtualizor use libvirt to manage virtualmachines. To list all virtual machines in a server, login to server using SSH as

Auto Start KVM Virtual Machine

Auto Start KVM Virtual Machine

To auto start a KVM Virtual Machine on boot time, use command To disable a VM from auto starting, run

Proxmox VE Access Console of LXC Container

Proxmox VE Access Console of LXC Container

To access console of a LXC container running under Proxmox, run Example You don’t need to enter password, you will

proxmox snapshot

Proxmox take snapshot of Virtual Machine

To take snapshot of virtual machine in proxmox, click on Virtual Machine, under Snapshots, clikc “Take Snapshot” button. To create

Proxmox pveperf

Proxmox pveperf

pveperf is a command line benchmarking tool in proxmox server. Here is benchmark on another server – Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3930K

Proxmox useful command to manage Containers

Proxmox useful command to manage Containers

pct is a command line tool to manage containers (LXC) in proxmox server. Here are some useful commands pct documentation

proxmox config files

proxmox config files

To find versions of proxmox packages Storage Config qemu config Config for KVM VMs stored in folder Example Cluser

KVM VNC Allow Remote Access

KVM VNC Allow Remote Access

By default VNC Console on a KVM virtual Machine only listens to localhost. So you need to do SSH tunnel

Install Vagrant on CentOS

Install Vagrant on CentOS

To install Vagrant on CentOS, go to https://www.vagrantup.com/downloads Get link to latest version, then run “rpm -ivh URL_TO_RPM_FILE”. At time

Install Linux KVM on CentOS 8

Install Linux KVM on CentOS 8

To install Linux KVM hypervisor on CentOS 8, run Install libvirtd Enable libvirtd to start on boot Start libvirtd To