- BZ#870383, BZ#1094600
- Due to a bug in the virt-manager package, the virt-manager application failed to connect to a remote host machine trough IPv6. Also, virt-manager failed to create virtual guests with remote connections through IPv6. This bug has been fixed and virt-manager now successfully opens IPv6 connections to remote hosts and creates guests with such connections as expected.
- When creating a virtual machine (VM), the virt-manager application incorrectly configured a custom added TCP net console device. The bug has been fixed and TCP consoles are now configured correctly when creating a VM.
- When starting the virt-manager application over SSH without enabled x-forwarding, virt-manager terminated and returned a traceback instead of an informative error message. With this update, virt-manager has been modified to return a well-formed error message in the aforementioned scenario.
- After executing the pm-suspend command on the guest virtual machine, the virt-manager application displayed the status of this guest as "Running" instead of "Suspended". The bug has been fixed and virt-manager now shows the correct status of suspended guests.
- Previously, after clicking the 'refresh volume list' button in the virt-manager GUI, the virt-manager application became unresponsive. This bug has been fixed and virt-manager no longer hangs in the aforementioned scenario.
- The virt-manager application has been modified to return an informative error message instead of a traceback when the LC_CTYPE variable is set incorrectly.
- This update adds support for USB redirection to the virt-manager package.
- This update adds support for Virtio SCSI disk to the virt-manager package.
- The pvpanic device is now enabled by default when creating a virtual machine with the virt-manager application. The pvpanic is a simulated device that notifies virt-manager of panic events on guest machines.
- This update adds an option for changing the default CPU model when creating a virtual machine (VM) with the virt-manager application. The VM CPU model can now be set to be as close as possible to the host CPU model.