Neil Bird wrote:
I admit I may be missing something obvious, I'm new to this VM
malarkey. On my F10 running the VM manager (which I'd earlier failed to
get working but I think burst into life when I manually loaded the qemu
I can pause the VMs OK, an come back to them later, but the qemu
process is still running, taking up RAM and seemingly eating a little CPU.
Is it not possible to somehow shut the qemu process down on a paused
VM for later restart? 'Disconnecting' seemed to only apply to the VM
manager, and still left the qemus running.
If you run KVM you can alt-cntl-F2 to get into the manager, then save a session
and quit. You can then run the qemu-kvm command with options and restart the
session where you left it.
I regret that I haven't done it in over a year and hesitate to quote details
which may be misremembered or just changed. It gives you a place to look, at any
Bill Davidsen <davidsen(a)tmr.com>
"We have more to fear from the bungling of the incompetent than from
the machinations of the wicked." - from Slashdot