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Old 12-04-2007, 01:16 AM   #1
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Xen, xendomain and virsh


Hi.
I've setup a Xen3 server.All is working fine. I can start DomUs instances with virsh and all works fine, except for the script xendomains which fails to save/restore the DomUs when I restart the server. I think that xendomains is not intended to work with libvirt's xml files. żis there a way to do this with libvirt?

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