On 03/24/2013 09:17 PM, Gianluca Cecchi wrote:
On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 10:08 AM, Michael Pasternak  wrote:

was this resolved?
you've mentioned above you are using 'rhev-agent' - ovirt may be checking
for ovirt-guest-agent'...
please send list of installed applications as reported by the guest agent
(restapi probably easiest).

No, only a few lines shown for applications and no wan option shown in
user portal...
I "compiled" ovirt-guest-agent service for windows XP and Windows7
A quick command line example of using rest/api to get applications?

Applications aren't accessible using REST-API.
But it would be great if this would be added as a feature in 3.3... :)

interesting. michael - any reason for this?

the overhead of sending a bulk of applications when listing vms at /vms,
but this can be implemented as emulated sub-collection under vm (as we did
for /cdroms), i've filed [1] for this.

[1] https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=926928

as a workaround, command line can be done at host level via vdsClient -s 0 

It remains the problem to use wan options in oVirt.
Can I execute some test as in

how to translate these wan options if I want to try this way?

spice-devel - what's the command line option for virt-viewer to tweak spice wan behavior?
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