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Re: [Xen-users] Running VMs concurrently

How much memory does your physical system have?  How much memory are you
assigning to the VMs?  When you said that it gets stuck trying to start
the second one, how long did you wait for it to return before rebooting?
Is the system completely unresponsive, or can you still go to other dom0
consoles and login?


On Fri, 2011-05-27 at 10:52 -0700, Achala Aryal wrote:
> Hi:
> I am stuck here. I want to run two VMs (linux and window)
> concurrently. When I run them separately one at a time it works fine.
> But when I do xm create vm1.cfg then the domU starts and again if I do
> xm create vm2.cfg it just stucked and need to restart it. I am using
> live cd for vm2. 
> I am guessing I am missing some steps here. I will appreciate your
> help.
> Thank you

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