You may receive an error message saying that the xm command was not found. Now there are a number of steps you can take to fix this problem and we will do it in a moment.
The xm command provides a command line interface for managing virtual hosts. It can be used to build, pause, and shut down virtual systems. It can also be used to get a list of current domains, activate vCPUs, or simply pin and mount or unmount block devices.
Administration Tools Xen – frequently used files
User-space tools for managing the tree using the Xen Virtual Cleaner virtualized monitor. This package is only required in the host system (domain 0) and not in virtual guests (domain U).
XEN Administration Tools
XEN Administration Tools
I will create a local repository to enable Xen on Centos 6.4. I followed the steps to intercept and download the xen dependencies on the entire link. http://www.howtoforge.com/virtualization-with-xen-on-centos-6.2-x86_64-paravirtualization-and-hardware-virtualization
If you are currently installing from a local repository, it has been successfully deployed with no errors. But when I rebooted, it didn’t fully boot up, but I can login to this device. I started the Xend provider manually, but when I access it with the xm list command, I get this error:
Error: Unable to connect to xend: No such archive or directory. xend works?
However, I can resolve this process. Please help me how to solve the problem.
xm not set
What is the XM command in Linux?
xm instruction summary The xm instruction can support the Xen hypervisor. Most operations can be done with the libvirt stuff, the virt-manager application, or the virsh requirement. The xm command no longer has the error checking functionality of some libvirt tools and should not be used for tasks that support libvirt methods.
I wanted to get back to testing Cloudmin today, but I ran into a problem:
This system cannot be a Xen host: the required xm command word does not exist. Maybe Xen is not installed?BUTVirtual machines could not be created or added until the type was fixed.
I searched and found this:
How do I start a virtual machine using XM?
You can start a virtual machine with any virtual machine using the xm create command. cfg as follows. Now you can restart the virtual machine ( xm shutdown ) using its domain name whenever it should. You can shutdown or shutdown ( shutdown xm ) the virtual machine using its domain name as it is being tracked.
Xen-4.4 and libxlNote. In all versions of Xen prior to 4.4 xm and hence xend were enabled by default. xen-4.4.1 (and newer) RPMs provide xl support instead and no longer include xend. Read /MigratingToXl to learn how to migrate pre-4.4.1 RPMs to a single release