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Lifeboat uses '''pmshell'''. The other conserver uses '''/usr/bin/console'''.
 
Lifeboat uses '''pmshell'''. The other conserver uses '''/usr/bin/console'''.
  
Need to upgrade a user? Modify their RAM in their '''/etc/xen/username''' configuration file, and add a new partition with their new space using '''lvcreate -C y -L $DISK_in_ -n ${LVNAME} ${DG}'''
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Need to upgrade a user? Modify their RAM in their '''/etc/xen/username''' configuration file, and add a new partition with their new space using '''lvcreate -C y -L $DISK_in_ -n ${LVNAME} ${DG}''' \
<- e.g. '''lvcreate -C y -L 100M -n guests username_2nd'''
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e.g. '''lvcreate -C y -L 100M -n guests username_2nd'''

Revision as of 17:52, 6 July 2010

So You Wanna Administrate prgmr.com

Here's some handy commands for reference.

Need to know if a dom0 has sufficient RAM for a new user? Use xm info.

There is usually enough disk space, but if you need to find out anyway, you can use lvdisplay or vgdisplay

swapip.pl will let you grab a new IP for a user. Make sure they're not configured with an IP already - this doesn't change anything except what Freeside thinks their IP is.

Lifeboat uses pmshell. The other conserver uses /usr/bin/console.

Need to upgrade a user? Modify their RAM in their /etc/xen/username configuration file, and add a new partition with their new space using lvcreate -C y -L $DISK_in_ -n ${LVNAME} ${DG} \ e.g. lvcreate -C y -L 100M -n guests username_2nd