libvirt 10.2.0 💾

The libvirt project: is a toolkit to manage virtualization platforms is accessible from C, Python, Perl, Go and more is licensed under open source licenses supports KVM, Hypervisor.framework, QEMU, Xen, Virtuozzo, VMWare ESX, LXC, BHyve and more targets Linux, FreeBSD, Windows and macOS is used by many applications

major bugfix: New features. ch: Basic save and restore support for ch driver. The ch driver now supports basic save and restore operations. This is. Functional on domains without any network, host device config defined. The `path` parameter for save and restore should be a directory. Qemu: Support for driver type `mtp` in `` devices. The `mtp` driver type exposes the `usb-mtp` device in QEMU. The. Guest can access files on this driver through the Media Transfer Protocol (MTP). Qemu: Added support for the loongarch64 architecture. It is now possible for libvirt to run loongarch64 guests, including on. Other architectures via TCG. For the best results, it is recommended to Use the upcoming QEMU 9.0.0 release together with the development version of edk2. Qemu: Introduce virDomainGraphicsReload API. Reloading the graphics display is now supported for QEMU guests using VNC. This is useful to make QEMU reload the TLS certificates without. Restarting the guest. Available via the `virDomainGraphicsReload` API And the `domdisplay-reload` virsh command. . Qemu: migration from libvirt older than 9.10.0 when vmx is enabled. A domain with vmx feature enabled (which may be even done automatically. With `mode='host-model'`) started by libvirt 9.9.0 or older cannot be Migrated to libvirt 9.10.0, 10.0.0, and 10.1.0 as the target host would Complain about a lot of extra `vmx-*` features. Migration of similar Domains started by the affected releases to libvirt 9.9.0 and older Does not work either. Since libvirt 10.2.0 migration works again with Libvirt 9.9.0 and older in both directions. Migration from the affected Releases to 10.2.0 works as well, but the other direction remains broken Unless the is backported. Node_device: Don't report spurious errors from PCI VPD parsing. In last release the PCI Vital Product Data parser was enhanced to report. Errors but that effort failed as some kernels have the file but don't allow Reading it causing logs to be spammed with:: Libvirtd

Mixed virtualization virtual-machine toolkit library c python

ansible-k3s-on-vms 1.1.0

An Ansible playbook to deploy virtual machines and deploy K3s. This playbook is a wrapper around the roles: To set up the virtual machines. To install and configure K3s on the virtual machines. To enable libvirt on the vm_kvm_host. The sample inventory will install the virtual machines on localhost. It's possible to install

delegated_vm_install 2.0.0

An Ansible role to install a libvirt virtual machine with virt-install and cloud-init. This role is designed to delegate the install to a libvirt hypervisor. It allows you to specify the Linux/libvirt KVM host as part of the virtual machine definition.

virt_install_vm 1.1.0

An Ansible role to install a libvirt virtual machine with virt-install and cloud-init. It is "designed" to be flexible. An example template is provided to set up a Debian system.

stafwag_ansible-role-libvirt 1.1.0

An ansible role to install libvirt/KVM packages and enable the libvirtd service. Supported GNU/Linux Distributions Archlinux * AlmaLinux * Debian * Centos * Fedora * RedHat * Rocky * Suse * Ubuntu