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Installing and configuring Xen
Installing required Xen-related software
Installing Xen during RHEL 5.2 install
Installing Xen after RHEL 5.2 install
Making Xen the default boot kernel
For NUMA machines
Verify that your machine is running correctly in NUMA mode
For Non-NUMA machines
Creating Paravirtualized guests
Creating Paravirtualized guests on NUMA machines
Creating paravirtualized guests on non-NUMA machines
Configuring Xen for performance
Other performance factors
Appendix A. Troubleshooting
Appendix B. NUMA and the wrapper script
Appendix C. Common Xen commands
xm create [-c] configfile [name=value]
xm list [domain-ids]
xm shutdown [options] domain-id
virsh create FILE
virsh destroy domain-id
virsh dumpxml domain-id
virsh shutdown domain-id
Appendix D. Source code
Appendix E. Related information for Xen
Appendix F. Notices
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Installing and Configuring Xen

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Published by: Su Rudra on Oct 01, 2011
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