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Re: [Xen-users] Reserved Memory release

Do0 is a domain and xm is the tool to manage domain resssource allocation...

have you tried xm mem-set 0  xxx?

Should work!

Le 28/08/2011 14:41, Simon Hobson a écrit :
Rakesh Chawda wrote:
My problem, I want to turn off all the DomUs, and allocate all the ram back to Dom0. Even if I turn the DomU down, the memory still remains allocated to them.

No it doesn't. When you shut down a DomU then the memory it was using is returned to Xen's memory pool.

I think you need to describe your setup and problem in more detail.

How/where are you measuring free memory ?
Have you configured Dom0 to use a specific memory allocation (as is generally recommended) ? What tools are you using ? Native Xen tools or some management layer on top ?
And of course, what versions/distro ?


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