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If sudo -H -u $VMUSER VBoxManage list vms returns this: "GYO DB Clone" {1f6e2518-ed20-4d71-a974-1d4823db4a81} "GYO LB Clone" {6ba9a751-91ed-40a4-8a90-385559f67885} "GYO MC Clone" {8bd0d243-887f-49dd-966f-6c104e451277} "GYO Web Clone" {1229d75d-f046-4f3e-b15a-2d6c91b1e0d4} "GYO DB 1" {5274eb5f-d0fe-46dd-8aaf-6d23728790b1} "GYO LB 1" ...


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The only places I see this are in profiles where all_resources=1, which makes sense for full-system LPARs. That's why the lssyscfg command return NULL values for those properties.


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If you need in depth scheduling info, you could use one of these tools - perf SystemTap dtrace (I dont know what the state of the linux port is) sysdig All of these can tap into kernel hooks to display events such as context switches, interrupts, I/O, system calls etc.


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You can get a lot of internal information about processes, the scheduler, and other components of the OS and the hardware by using cat /proc/... where ... can be many things. For instance, it could be a process ID, followed by a lot of specific information request, or scheduler debug information request, for example: cat /proc/sched_debug To see the ...


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The ps command is a good place to start. It allows you to specify what information to display for a set of selected processes (possibly all processes). You can read the man page for detailed information on the available information you can get, which are specified as flags to the -O option. The following is a start for what you might want: ps -O "%mem ...


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Assuming you have sufficient access rights to the device, you should be able to access the hidden partition from the VM by creating a special vmdk file that will map the raw partition to a virtual device. You need to first identify the wanted partition with something like: C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox> VBoxManage internalcommands listpartitions ...


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To backup a qcow2, you have to quisece the filesystem (if it's running and qemu-guest-agent is running on the guest) and convert it to raw. # qemu-img convert -O raw qcow2image.vm convertedraw.vm When you want to restore it, you have to convert it back. Reverse order, changing the -O switch's value. # qemu-img convert -O qcow2 convertedraw.vm ...


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Of course the answer is very opinion based, but I would go with Ubuntu (or any of its derivatives like Kubuntu) as it offers a huge community (e.g. at http://ubuntuforums.org/ or the askubuntu part of the stack network) that is really helpful. Also, many blog posts etc. deal with Ubuntu. As you are new to Linux, this is what you should look out for. On the ...



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