This package contains miscellaneous system administrator command line
tools for virtual machines.
Virt-cat is a command line tool to display the contents of a file in a
Virt-df is a command line tool to display free space on virtual
machine filesystems. Unlike other tools, it doesn’t just display the
amount of space allocated to a virtual machine, but can look inside
the virtual machine to see how much space is really being used. It is
like the df(1) command, but for virtual machines, except that it also
works for Windows virtual machines.
Virt-edit is a command line tool to edit the contents of a file in a
Virt-filesystems is a command line tool to display the filesystems,
partitions, block devices, LVs, VGs and PVs found in a disk image
or virtual machine.
Virt-inspector examines a virtual machine and tries to determine the
version of the OS, the kernel version, what drivers are installed,
whether the virtual machine is fully virtualized (FV) or
para-virtualized (PV), what applications are installed and more.
Virt-list-filesystems can be used to list out the filesystems in a
virtual machine image (for shell scripts etc).
Virt-list-partitions can be used to list out the partitions in a
virtual machine image.
Virt-ls is a command line tool to list out files in a virtual machine.
Virt-make-fs is a command line tool to build a filesystem out of
a collection of files or a tarball.
Virt-rescue provides a rescue shell for making interactive,
unstructured fixes to virtual machines.
Virt-resize can resize existing virtual machine disk images.
Virt-tar is an archive, backup and upload tool for virtual machines.
Virt-win-reg lets you look inside the Windows Registry for
Windows virtual machines.