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[Xen-users] reg xm console

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  • From: Yamini L <lpyamini@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2011 18:01:42 +0530
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Hi all,


I have a xen vm up and running.


Now I have started doing something with it after logging into the console..

That is, I have started some services in the vm after logging in..


Now if  i use console to the same vm to log in, I could see the same services running .


What should I do if I want to do some other manipulations inside the vm with the services running. (I should not disturb the started services). I should also be able to test whether everything is fine with the tools I have installed in the vm..


How can I do this simultaneously..

Please help me out..

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