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[virt-tools-list] VM grouping

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Hello everyone,

this is my first post to this list, so I'm not sure if it's even

Anyway, I'm wondering if there is way how to do a VM grouping, resource
pools like in [...].
For myself, it's not a big issue, because for my "private", I'm going be
(most likely) the only one admin. However, my colleagues were somewhat
harhs about this. I must admit there is some point, because sort-of
"group" access could be built a top of this - in case you want to give
other people limited power over creating/deleting/etc. VM management.
Add an attribute to libvirt's schema?
If this isn't implemented for some reason, could somebody tell me why,
so I can eventually counter-argument?

Another question - where VM description gets saved (note: it
doesn't/didn't as of 0.8.4 in Debian GNU/Linux), because I don't think
there is attribute for it in libvirt's XML schema.

I've also noticed that virt-manager doesn't refresh remote
configuration. If I change something at remote host, virt-manager
doesn't reflect such changes; not even after disconnect/connect nor
"restart" nor remote libvirtd restart. Is there some way how to enforce
such synchronization? To be true, I've failed to locate cached (local)
configs, at least I believe it would help to delete these files. May be
I'm wrong.
Why would I edit something by hand, in case somebody asks? Because I've
failed achieve to do something via GUI. But may be I'm doing something
wrong - doing this wrong. Please, I'm newbie to this thing; don't kill me.

As the very last thing, I'm ... I like virt-manager. Good work and keep
it up. If there is anything, except money, I could possibly help with,
I'm willing to learn Python (seriously) ;) I'm just hyped-over
virt-manager and libvirt.

Best regards,
Zdenek Styblik

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