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[Xen-API] Programming Xen

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  • From: Jingwei Tan <efundaism@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 14:08:55 +0800
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I'm very new to Xen, neither am I very good in Linux.
Currently, I've been given an assignment to write a program of doing the following task automatically (i.e. without human intervention):
1. Clone VM
2. Run program in the VM
3. Delete file in the VM

And preferably able to do the following:
1. Snapshot
2. MAC configuration
3. "Hardware" configuration
4. Capture and Replay keyboard and mouse action

I am able to achieve it in VMware, but I'm not very sure how should I approach this assignment (e.g. Which Xen version to use, and is there any available SDK/API that can do that?).
I'm very lost. Need advice urgently.

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