SYS: Configure systems to launch virtual machines at boot.

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Note: This is an RHCSA 7 exam objective.

To launch a virtual machine called vm.example.com at boot, type the following command:

# virsh autostart vm.example.com

To disable this same launch at boot, type:

# virsh autostart vm.example.com --disable

To get the list of all the virtual machines, type:

# virsh list --all
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