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  • 1. libvirt https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/serverguide/C/libvirt.html Official Documentation Ubuntu Documentation > Ubuntu 8.04 LTS > Ubuntu Server Guide > Virtualization > libvirt libvirt The libvirt library is used to interface with different virtualization technologies. Before getting started with libvirt it is best to make sure your hardware supports the necessary virtualization extensions for KVM. Enter the following from a terminal prompt: egrep (vmx|svm) /proc/cpuinfo If nothing is printed, it means that your cpu does not support hardware virtualization. On most computer whose processor supports virtualization, it is necessary to activate an option in the bios to enable it. The method described above does not show the status of its activation. Virtual Networking There are a few different ways to allow a virtual machine access to the external network. The default virtual network configuration is usermode networking, which uses the SLIRP protocol and traffic is NATed through the host interface to the outside network. To enable external hosts to directly access services on virtual machines a bridge needs to be configured. This allows the virtual interfaces to connect to the outside network through the physical interface, making them appear as normal hosts to the rest of the network. To setup a bridge interface edit /etc/network/interfaces and either comment or replace the existing config with: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto br0 iface br0 inet static address 192.168.0.10 network 192.168.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast 192.168.0.255 gateway 192.168.0.1 bridge_ports eth0 bridge_fd 9 bridge_hello 2 bridge_maxage 12 bridge_stp off Enter the appropriate values for your physical interface and network. Now restart networking and your virtual machines that are managed by libvirt will appear on the network the same as physical hosts: sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart If setting up a bridge interface using Ubuntu Desktop Edition, or if dhcdbd is installed, the dhcdbd daemon will need to be stopped and disabled. After configuring the bridge in /etc/network/interfaces, shutdown dhcdbd by: sudo /etc/init.d/dhcdbd stop Now to disable it from starting on boot enter: sudo update-rc.d -f dhcdbd remove Installation To install the necessary packages, from a terminal prompt enter: sudo apt-get install kvm libvirt-bin1 de 4 19/10/2011 10:04
  • 2. libvirt https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/serverguide/C/libvirt.html After installing libvirt-bin, the user used to manage virtual machines will need to be added to the libvirtd group. Doing so will grant the user access to the advanced networking options. In a terminal enter: sudo adduser $USERNAME libvirtd If the user chosen is the current user, you will need to log out and back in for the new group membership to take effect. You are now ready to install a Guest operating system. Installing a virtual machine follows the same process as installing the operating system directly on the hardware. You either need a way to automate the installation, or a keyboard and monitor will need to be attached to the physical machine. In the case of virtual machines a Graphical User Interface (GUI) is analogous to using a physical keyboard and mouse. Instead of installing a GUI the virt-viewer application can be used to connect to a virtual machines console using VNC. See the section called “Virtual Machine Viewer” for more information. There are several ways to automate the Ubuntu installation process, for example using preseeds, kickstart, etc. Refer to the Ubuntu Installation Guide for details. Yet another way to install an Ubuntu virtual machine is to use ubuntu-vm-builder. ubuntu-vm-builder allows you to setup advanced partitions, execute custom post-install scripts, etc. For details see the section called “ubuntu-vm-builder” virt-install virt-install is part of the python-virtinst package. To install it, from a terminal prompt enter: sudo apt-get install python-virtinst There are several options available when using virt-install. For example: sudo virt-install -n web_devel -r 256 -f web_devel.img -s 4 -c jeos.iso --accelerate --vnc --noautoconsole -n web_devel: the name of the new virtual machine will be web_devel in this example. -r 256: specifies the amount of memory the virtual machine will use. -f web_devel.img: indicates the path to the virtual disk which can be a file, partition, or logical volume. In this example a file named web_devel.img. -s 4: the size of the virtual disk. -c jeos.iso: file to be used as a virtual CDROM. The file can be either an ISO file or the path to the hosts CDROM device. --accelerate: enables the kernels acceleration technologies. --vnc: exports the guests virtual console using VNC. --noautoconsole: will not automatically connect to the virtual machines console. After launching virt-install you can connect to the virtual machines console either locally using a GUI or with the virt-view er utility. virt-clone The virt-clone application can be used to copy one virtual machine to another. For example: sudo virt-clone -o web_devel -n database_devel -f /path/to/database_devel.img --connect=qemu:///system -o: original virtual machine. -n: name of the new virtual machine. -f: path to the file, logical volume, or partition to be used by the new virtual machine. --connect: specifies which hypervisor to connect to. Also, use -d or --debug option to help troubleshoot problems with virt-clone. Replace web_devel and database_devel with appropriate virtual machine names.2 de 4 19/10/2011 10:04
  • 3. libvirt https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/serverguide/C/libvirt.html Virtual Machine Management virsh There are several utilities available to manage virtual machines and libvirt. The virsh utility can be used from the command line. Some examples: To list running virtual machines: virsh -c qemu:///system list To start a virtual machine: virsh -c qemu:///system start web_devel Similarly, to start a virtual machine at boot: virsh -c qemu:///system autostart web_devel Reboot a virtual machine with: virsh -c qemu:///system reboot web_devel The state of virtual machines can be saved to a file in order to be restored later. The following will save the virtual machine state into a file named according to the date: virsh -c qemu:///system save web_devel web_devel-022708.state Once saved the virtual machine will no longer be running. A saved virtual machine can be restored using: virsh -c qemu:///system restore web_devel-022708.state To shutdown a virtual machine do: virsh -c qemu:///system shutdown web_devel A CDROM device can be mounted in a virtual machine by entering: virsh -c qemu:///system attach-disk web_devel /dev/cdrom /media/cdrom In the above examples replace web_devel with the appropriate virtual machine name, and web_devel-022708.state with a descriptive file name. Virtual Machine Manager The virt-manager package contains a graphical utility to manage local and remote virtual machines. To install virt-manager enter: sudo apt-get install virt-manager Since virt-manager requires a Graphical User Interface (GUI) environment it is recommended to be installed on a workstation or test machine instead of a production server. To connect to the local libvirt service enter: virt-manager -c qemu:///system You can connect to the libvirt service running on another host by entering the following in a terminal prompt: virt-manager -c qemu+ssh://virtnode1.mydomain.com/system The above example assumes that SSH connectivity between the management system and virtnode1.mydomain.com has already been configured, and uses SSH keys for authentication. SSH keys are needed because libvirt sends the password prompt to another process. For details on configuring SSH see the section called “OpenSSH Server” Virtual Machine Viewer The virt-viewer application allows you to connect to a virtual machines console. virt-view er does require a Graphical User Interface (GUI) to interface with the virtual machine. To install virt-viewer from a terminal enter:3 de 4 19/10/2011 10:04
  • 4. libvirt https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/serverguide/C/libvirt.html sudo apt-get install virt-viewer Once a virtual machine is installed and running you can connect to the virtual machines console by using: virt-viewer qemu:///system web_devel Similar to virt-manager, virt-viewer can connect to a remote host using SSH with key authentication, as well: virt-viewer -c qemu+ssh://virtnode1.mydomain.com/system web_devel Be sure to replace web_devel with the appropriate virtual machine name. If configured to use a bridged network interface you can also setup SSH access to the virtual machine. See the section called “OpenSSH Server” and the section called “Virtual Networking” for more details. Resources See the KVM home page for more details. For more information on libvirt see the libvirt home page The Virtual Machine Manager site has more information on virt-manager development. Also, stop by the #ubuntu-virt IRC channel on freenode to discuss virtualization technology in Ubuntu. Chapter 17. Virtualization ubuntu-vm-builder The material in this document is available under a free license, see Legal for details For information on contributing see the Ubuntu Documentation Team wiki page. To report a problem, visit the bug page for Ubuntu Documentation4 de 4 19/10/2011 10:04