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[Xen-users] tmem xen

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  • From: Franco Gismondi <f_gismondi@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 12:14:10 +0100 (BST)
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I have installed on my system bl 380 Gb xen 4.0.1 

Someone can tell me how to configure TMEM to make the memory over-commit
xm command has this options 
 tmem-list            List tmem pools.
 tmem-thaw            Thaw tmem pools.
 tmem-freeze          Freeze tmem pools.
 tmem-destroy         Destroy tmem pools.
 tmem-set             Change tmem settings.
 tmem-shared-auth     De/authenticate shared tmem pool
but i  do not know how to use these commands to create a pool TMEM and 
how to change the guest operating systems VM  to use that TMEM pool

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