[libvirt-users] start and stop a VMware VM using libvirt API

Abbas akhan at phi9.com
Tue Oct 23 02:05:52 UTC 2012

You could write a bash or batch script to do that.
Normal connect format is "virsh -c esx://yournode"

"virsh start [domain]" is what starts a VM. Refer to the man pages for 
virsh command set.


On 10/23/2012 02:47 AM, Ali Nikzad wrote:
> Hi,
> I am a new libvirt user and I wonder if I can use this library to start or
> stop a VM in ESXi 5.0.
> For example to write an application using libvirt in windows or linux that
> connects to an ESXi 5.0 server and get the list of VMs and start one of
> them.
> If so, is there any sample about it?
> Thank you,
> Ali
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