Executing management tasks on RHEV servers
You manage a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) environment by adding a host server running RHEV Manager to BMC Server Automation . You can then browse the contents of the RHEV Manager server object type, and perform a variety of management tasks, such as creating, modifying, and deleting a domain.
To execute management tasks on a RHEV Manager server
- In the Servers folder, navigate to the server running RHEV Manager and expand the Live node.
Expand the RHEV Manager server object type and then expand the Virtual Machines node. This node shows all virtual machines configured within the RHEV Manager server. The icons indicate the status of the virtual machine.
Right-click a virtual machine. From the pop-up menu, select any of the management tasks described in the following table.
Snapshot and Audit
Starts a virtual machine.
Stops a virtual machine.
Run any power-down scripts and then stop a virtual machine.
Pauses a virtual machine.
Takes a snapshot of the configuration of a virtual machine.
Renames a virtual machine.
Deletes the virtual machine
Displays a read-only view of the virtual machine properties, such as path, UUID, virtual machine status and various start and reboot options.