Set KVM boot order


#1

Hello together,
i’m running KVM on Ubuntu 9.04 x64 jaunty.
I’m using virsh (libvir 0.6.1 / QEMU 0.10.0) to administrate the vm machines.
The vm machines are marked for autostart and it works fine but is it possible to set a boot order ?

For example define:
First run domain x .
Is domain x running then start domain y.

Can anybody help me, please ?

Thanks

Moddus


#2

Just write a small bash script to do the job…
You probably have to work with just delaying the startup of each VM.