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What does this term mean?

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common, you will need to tell us more (at least where you see it) if you want an answer – phunehehe Aug 25 '10 at 13:08
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OVM probably means Oracle VM in case. So OVM reboot probably mean to reboot the virutal machine from Oracle VM Manager.

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