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Re: [Xen-users] Newbie question on network and VM management

thanks all!

I have another question: assume I have 10 DomUs that are talking to each other on the same Xen host. What is the easiest way to make sure
the traffic amongst those DomUs is going *via* the external switch (i.e. leaves DomU, leaves Xen, goes up to the switch and then gets back into Xen and gets routed to the dest DomU).

I will need that for IDS server that is capturing the traffic in mirror port on a switch.

Thanks again!

On Wed, Feb 4, 2015 at 3:54 PM, Kenneth <chengkunck@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If you use libvirt then they should be in /var/lib/libvirt , and you can also use 'virsh dumpxml dom_name' to get a domain's configuration in XML form.

This email is typed on my iPhone. I'd like to apologize for any mistake in it.

> å 2015å2æ4æï18:13ïIan Campbell <Ian.Campbell@xxxxxxxxxx> åéï
>> On Tue, 2015-02-03 at 21:27 -0800, Tengiz Dawkins wrote:
>> Where does libvitr or Xen stores the vm11's configs?
> I'm not sure, under /var somewhere?
> But I would expect that the supported way to get at it would be via the
> libvirt interfaces, e.g. virsh etc rather than digging around in the
> background. Certainly I don't think editing stuff except via those
> interfaces is supported.
> I suppose the libvirt docs will have more info on this.
> Ian.
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