Appendix B. virt-sysprep Operations
virt-sysprep command removes system-specific details.
Only operations marked with
* are performed during the template sealing process.
# virt-sysprep --list-operations abrt-data * Remove the crash data generated by ABRT bash-history * Remove the bash history in the guest blkid-tab * Remove blkid tab in the guest ca-certificates Remove CA certificates in the guest crash-data * Remove the crash data generated by kexec-tools cron-spool * Remove user at-jobs and cron-jobs customize * Customize the guest dhcp-client-state * Remove DHCP client leases dhcp-server-state * Remove DHCP server leases dovecot-data * Remove Dovecot (mail server) data firewall-rules Remove the firewall rules flag-reconfiguration Flag the system for reconfiguration fs-uuids Change filesystem UUIDs kerberos-data Remove Kerberos data in the guest logfiles * Remove many log files from the guest lvm-uuids * Change LVM2 PV and VG UUIDs machine-id * Remove the local machine ID mail-spool * Remove email from the local mail spool directory net-hostname * Remove HOSTNAME in network interface configuration net-hwaddr * Remove HWADDR (hard-coded MAC address) configuration pacct-log * Remove the process accounting log files package-manager-cache * Remove package manager cache pam-data * Remove the PAM data in the guest puppet-data-log * Remove the data and log files of puppet rh-subscription-manager * Remove the RH subscription manager files rhn-systemid * Remove the RHN system ID rpm-db * Remove host-specific RPM database files samba-db-log * Remove the database and log files of Samba script * Run arbitrary scripts against the guest smolt-uuid * Remove the Smolt hardware UUID ssh-hostkeys * Remove the SSH host keys in the guest ssh-userdir * Remove ".ssh" directories in the guest sssd-db-log * Remove the database and log files of sssd tmp-files * Remove temporary files udev-persistent-net * Remove udev persistent net rules user-account Remove the user accounts in the guest utmp * Remove the utmp file yum-uuid * Remove the yum UUID