This is a tracking bug for Change: Libvirt Modular Daemons
For more details, see: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/LibvirtModularDaemons
Historically all libvirt functionality was provided in the monolithic libvirtd daemon. Upstream has developed a new modular architecture for libvirt where each driver is run in its own daemon. Primarily this provides better robustness as a flaw in a secondary daemon will not affect the QEMU daemon and vica-versa. It should also have slightly lower host startup overhead, because only the installed hypervisor daemon(s) will need to be fully started on boot, the other daemons can be socket activated on demand.
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