Oracle Audio Technologies E10898-02 User Manual

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Oracle VM Server User's Guide

list [--long | --label] [domain-id, ...]

Displays information on all the running domains.



option displays full information on running domains.

Enter the domain-id as an option to the xm command to get information on only that
domain, or a set of domains.

# xm list --long mydomain


Displays logs similar in format to the equivalent for the Linux kernel. The log file is
located at /var/log/xend.log.

# xm log

migrate {domain-id} {host} [-l | --live] [-r=MB | --resource=MB]

Migrates a domain to another computer.

The domain-id parameter is the domain to migrate.

The host parameter is the target computer.



parameter migrates the domain without shutting down the domain.



parameter sets the maximum amount of Megabytes to be used.

# xm migrate mydomain --live

new [config-file] [option ...] [name-=value ...]

Adds a domain to Oracle VM Server domain management.

You can set domain creation parameters with a number of command-line options, a
Python script (with the


parameter), or an SXP configuration file (the



You can set configuration variables with name=value pairs, for example vmid=3 sets
vmid to 3.

The config-file parameter is the location of the domain configuration file.

The option parameter is one or more of the following:

[-h | --help]

Displays help on the command.


Prints the available configuration variables for the configuration script.

[-q | --quiet]



Searches the location given in path for configuration scripts. The value of path is a
colon-separated directory list.

[-f=file | --defconfig=file]

Uses the given Python configuration script. The script is loaded after arguments have
been processed. Each command-line option sets a configuration variable named after
its long option name, and these variables are placed in the environment of the script
before it is loaded. Variables for options that may be repeated have list values. Other
variables can be set using name=value on the command-line. After the script is