XEN Server Status Monitoring Command Cheat Sheet

Posted on in Categories CentOS, Debian Linux, Howto, Linux, Linux Virtualization, Monitoring, RedHat/Fedora Linux, xen last updated November 15, 2007

The xm command is the main command line interface for managing Xen guest domains. The program can be used to create, pause, and shutdown domains. It can also be used to list current domains, enable or pin VCPUs, and attach or detach virtual block devices.

Please note that before running any one of the following command you must run xend ( Xen control daemon aka service) and must be run as privileged user. Running xm command as non root will return an error.

I hope following XEN status monitoring cheat sheet will save your time.
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FreeBSD: Becoming Super User (su) or Enabling su Access For User Account

Posted on in Categories FreeBSD last updated February 23, 2005

The superuser is a privileged user with unrestricted access to all files and commands. The superuser has the special UID (user ID) 0. You need to become super user (root) only when tasks need root permissions. Here is how to become a super user:
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