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Re: How to exit console in L2 vm?




I see. Thank you for the detailed explanation.


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Best Regards,
Yalan Zhang
IRC: yalzhang


On Mon, Nov 30, 2020 at 3:31 PM Peter Krempa <pkrempa redhat com> wrote:
On Mon, Nov 30, 2020 at 14:50:33 +0800, Yalan Zhang wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have a question about nested virtualization. The scenario is as below:
> 1. Prepare the nested environment, start L2 guest.
> 2. On the host, connect the L1 vm console, then on L1 guest, connect the L2
> guest console:
> (host)# virsh console L1_vm
> Connected to domain L1_vm
> Escape character is ^] (Ctrl + ])
> ...
> (L1 vm)# virsh console L2_vm
> Connected to domain L2_vm
> Escape character is ^] (Ctrl + ])
> ...
> (L2 vm)# <=== press " ^] " to exit the console, it return to the **host**
> (host)#
>
> Is it expected that "^]" in L2 guest will exit thoroughly to the host, not
> the L1 guest?

Yes it is expected since the keystroke goes through L1 first.

You can use the '-e' switch of virsh to set the console escape character
in one of the clients differently:

$ virsh -e '^[' console 1
Connected to domain fedora32
Escape character is ^[ (Ctrl + [)


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