Here's a list of the various
xm subcommands. We use some of them frequently, and we don't use some of them at all. New commands with version 3.1 are marked with an asterisk (*) because version 3.1 marks a substantial change in Xen's approach to domain management. As we mentioned earlier, this means they might also not work with RHEL 5.x. Although RHEL 5.2, for example, uses the 3.1 version of the Xen hypervisor, it uses the 3.0.3 versions of the userspace tools, such as
These subcommands interface with Xen's security policy infrastructure. As we mention in Chapter 14, we haven't seen any practical use for Xen's security policies. ...