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It seems that you only want to get information from list of files in runlist. You can: grep <info> -- $(cat runlist)


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The direct answer to your question is grep -f /path/to/runlist /path/to/file.xml But I think this is an XY question: without thinking about how to solve the question, what are you trying to do? Given that runlist is a file containing xml filenames, I'd use an xml processing tool (like xmlstarlet) to extract the vcpu: $ cat runlist sample1.xml ...


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In principle: Sending "system_powerdown" to the QEMU monitor (see other answers) will signal the guest OS to power off (like if you pushed the power button). You will need to set powerdown=YES in /etc/rc.shutdown to really shut down the machine completely. Unfortunately in my actual setup here, while this works quite well for real hardware machines, the ...


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Linux has a mechanism that allows plug-ins to be registered so that the kernel calls an interpreter program when instructed to execute a file: binfmt_misc. Simplifying a bit, when an executable file is executed, the kernel reads the first few bytes and goes like this: Does it start with the four bytes \x7fELF followed by a valid-looking ELF header? If so, ...


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Since VMWare do not provide a v2v tool, I suppose you'll have to use one of the p2v tools available. The obvious choice is vCentre converter but there might be other solutions from vendors like Acronis and Unitrends EDIT: When you move a disk image as is, you get the exact same data on the destination hypervisor, pretty much like taking a hard drive out ...


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The boot fails for the same reason as in the mentioned question - just booting a kernel without anything else doesn't do much good. You must provide a disk. Or an initrd image. But just enabling initrd doesn't give you an initrd image magically. You need to prepare one and provide it to qemu like so: qemu-system-i386 -kernel <your kernel> -initrd ...


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To Start your VM using comamnd # virsh start Gameserver1 To List the running servers # virsh list To access the server in console # virt-viewer Gameserver1 This will open the console of your server so that you can access it graphically To shutoff the Virtual machine use # virsh destroy Gameserver1 To install the package if you use centos ir ...


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-vnc 127.0.0.1:x: use a VNC terminal emulator to connect to the virtual terminal on port 5900+x at localhost where you can use the given credentials.



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