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[Xen-users] Re: [Xen-devel] Dom-U attributes

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2008/9/3 dinesh chandrasekaran <dinesh_chan8@xxxxxxxxxxx>:

> Is there any attribute associated with a Dom-U guest which is
> unique and doesnt change during its lifetime.

Don't think so.

> The domain id changes after reboot. Is there any way to hard code the domain
> ids so they remain the same even after reboot.


> I guess the name doesnt, but where to get the guest name.
> Or is there any ID that uniquely identifies each guest running on Xen?

If you do know the domU name, you can use

xm domid domUname

to return the ID

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