Jun Koi wrote:
Hello, I am new to libvirt, so have a question. My concern is: libvirt can manage QEMU VMs. The point is thatI QEMU doesnt not export monitor interface to outside (at least that is what I know about older version of QEMU, not sure if anything changed recently). So how can libvirt does something like: pause, resume or extract internal information about a QEMU VM?
libvirt currently uses a daemon (libvirt_qemud) which keeps a connection to the qemu processes' stdin & stdout.
In future (IMHO) we ought to use qemu -monitor pipe:/var/some/well/known/random/pipe so that no daemon should be needed.
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