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[Xen-API] Some questions about XenAPI

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  • From: Lonangel <lonangel@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 15:03:08 +0000
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Does anyone know if its possible to execute a command on a guest through the xenapi?
For example:
I want to test a group of programs written in java or c, the VM already knows how to test this programs. My main problem here is that i want to send data into the VM machine, like the program file and start the command that evaluates those programs, also get the output from the program.

The second problem is, I need to revert the VM back to its initial state ( clean all the damage the program might have done ) so it can be able to test another program in the same conditions it tested the previous program. The question is, can I revert a VM to a previous snapshot using the Xen API?

Thanks in advance for your help and sorry for any mistakes writing this mail in English,

Duarte Ferreira

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