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[Xen-users] Save and restore DomU (hvm) on Dom0 restart. CentOS 5.5 + Xen 3.4.3

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  • From: Alexander Zherdev <azherdev@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 15:55:20 -0800 (PST)
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What are the settings that I must specify to have DomU be saved and then automatically started on reboot of the physical server?
In my /etc/sysconfi/xendomains it points to a save folder (which does not exist)
My configuration files are located at /vm/cfg/vm-xxxx/vm-xxxx.xen
In my config file I have:

But, after calling "shutdown -r now", the DomUs are turned off and do not start.
My DomU's are Windows 2003 Servers running in HVM virtualization.
Alexander Zherdev
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