Updated python-virtinst package that fixes one bug and adds two enhancements is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
The python-virtinst package contains several command-line utilities, including virt-install for building and installing new virtual machines, and virt-clone for cloning existing virtual machines.
- Prior to this update, executing the "virt-install --cpuset=auto" command led to a backtrace, and the optimal configuration of the "cpuset" string was not formed. With this update, a patch has been backported from upstream and the described error no longer occurs.
- With this update, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 has been added to the list of known Linux distributions in both the virt-manager and virt-install utilities.
- Previously, the virt-install utility supported only the first security label listed in the libvirt capabilities. With this update, support for more labels has been added.
All users of python-virtinst are advised to upgrade to this updated package, which fixes this bug and adds these enhancements.