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Applies to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP4

Part IV Appendix

A Virtual Machine Initial Start-Up Files

During the process of creating a new virtual machine, initial start-up settings are written to a file created at /etc/xen/vm/. During the creation process, the virtual machine starts according to settings in this file, but the settings are then transferred and stored in Xend for ongoing operations.

B SXP Configuration Options

The Xend can read and write all of its configurations in a semi-structured form, also called S-expression. These expressions are either stand-alone, or have another expression as argument. For example, to define that a VM Guest has 2 CPUs available, the expression would look like:

C GNU Licenses

This appendix contains the GNU Free Documentation License version 1.2.

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