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# Start the VM.
 
# Start the VM.
# Pause/suspend the VM. Verify it appears to actually pause. NOTE: latest virt-manager doesn't make the console gray or disabled as it used to in the past. Cole Robinson said on IRC this was difficult to get right.  
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# Pause/suspend the VM. Verify it appears to actually pause.
 
# Unpause/resume the VM.
 
# Unpause/resume the VM.
 
# Save the VM. It should appear to shut off.
 
# Save the VM. It should appear to shut off.
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# Start the VM, and verify it starts correctly.
 
# Start the VM, and verify it starts correctly.
 
# Shut off the VM.
 
# Shut off the VM.
# Select the 'delete' option, Select 'Delete associated storage files', click OK
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# Select the 'delete' option, select disk storage as needed, click OK
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:07, 24 September 2014

Description

Perform VM lifecycle operations in virt-manager.

Setup

An initial VM is required. There should be instructions linked from the test day page.

How to test

  1. Start the VM.
  2. Pause/suspend the VM. Verify it appears to actually pause.
  3. Unpause/resume the VM.
  4. Save the VM. It should appear to shut off.
  5. Restore the saved VM.
  6. Force poweroff the VM.

Clone/Delete

  1. With a shut off VM, select the 'clone' option.
  2. Select the default options and perform the clone.
  3. Start the VM, and verify it starts correctly.
  4. Shut off the VM.
  5. Select the 'delete' option, select disk storage as needed, click OK

Expected Results

No obvious errors encountered.