openmediavault-virtualbox: graceful (ACPI) shutdown or suspend virtual machines on reboot or shutdown OpenMediaVault

    • OMV 1.0

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    • Virtualbox's init script saves the state of each vm on shutdown. I suppose you could change this to acpi shutdown.


      Source Code

      1. stop()
      2. {
      3. # vms are saved, instead of stopped.
      4. MACHINES=$($su_command "VBoxManage list runningvms | awk '{ print \$NF }' | sed -e 's/[{}]//g'")
      5. for UUID in $MACHINES; do
      6. VMNAME=$($su_command "VBoxManage showvminfo $UUID | sed -n '0,/^Name:/s/^Name:[ \t]*//p'")
      7. echo "$0: saving machine ${VMNAME} state ..."
      8. $su_command "VBoxManage controlvm $UUID savestate" >>/var/log/vb.log
      9. done
      10. }
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    • Hello,

      I also want shut down my VM when the server shuts down. Unfortunately there's no vboxinit under /etc/init.d
      There's a script called "virtualbox".
      How can I shut down of my VM before the server shuts down (via script)?
      Unfortunately under root there is no VM visually. You have to change to user "vbox". See here
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