qvm-ls – List VMs and various information about them

Synopsis

qvm-ls [-h] [–verbose] [–quiet] [–help-columns] [–help-formats] [–format FORMAT | –fields FIELD,…] [–tags TAG [TAG …]] [–running] [–paused] [–halted]

Options

--help, -h

Show help message and exit

--help-columns

List all available columns with short descriptions and exit.

--help-formats

List all available formats with their definitions and exit.

--all

List all qubes, this is default.

--exclude

Exclude the qube from –all. You need to use –all option explicitly to use –exclude.

--format=FORMAT, -o FORMAT

Sets format to a list of columns defined by preset. All formats along with columns which they show can be listed with --help-formats.

--fields=FIELD,..., -O FIELD,...

Sets format to specified set of columns. This gives more control over --format. All columns along with short descriptions can be listed with --help-columns.

--tags TAG ...

Shows only VMs having specific tag(s).

--running, --paused, --halted

Shows only VMs matching the specified power state(s). When none of these options is used (default), all VMs are shown.

--raw-data

Output data in easy to parse format. Table header is skipped and columns are separated by | character.

--raw-list

Give plain list of VM names, without header or separator. Useful in scripts. Same as –raw-data –fields=name

--disk, -d

Same as –format=disk, for compatibility with Qubes 3.x

--network, -n

Same as –format=network, for compatibility with Qubes 3.x

--kernel, -k

Same as –format=kernel, for compatibility with Qubes 3.x

--verbose, -v

Increase verbosity.

--quiet, -q

Decrease verbosity.

--spinner

Have a spinner spinning while the spinning mainloop spins new table cells.

--no-spinner

No spinner today.

Authors

Joanna Rutkowska <joanna at invisiblethingslab dot com>
Rafal Wojtczuk <rafal at invisiblethingslab dot com>
Marek Marczykowski <marmarek at invisiblethingslab dot com>
Wojtek Porczyk <woju at invisiblethingslab dot com>