On Mon, Apr 09, 2018 at 03:21:04PM +0200, Gionatan Danti wrote: > Hi all, > on CentOS7 / RHEL7 launching virt-manager causes a "discovery process" of > the various configured VMs. > > This discovery is executed by inspection and overlayed disk files and it > create a very short lived guest-xxxzzzyyy virtual machine. The end result is > a pretty icon to the left of the virtual machine entry (ie: CentOS icon for > a CentOS VM) and the list of installad packages inside the virtual disk. > > That said, I would like to disable such behavior. How can I do that? > Thanks.
Hi, The option to enable/disable this feature was implemented recently in upstream . In order to get it into CentOS/RHEL you would have to create a BUG for it. As a workaround you can uninstall python-libguestfs package which is used by virt-manager to run the introspection. If that package is missing importing guestfs in the python code fails and the feature is disabled. Pavel  <https://github.com/virt-manager/virt-manager/commit/6b1278ccda1bf52fd51c619858dfeaffb12a4029>
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