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[Xen-users] Run multiple VMs

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From: Achala Aryal <arya2595@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 27 May 2011 08:44:28 -0700
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I am stuck here. I want to run two VMs (linux and window) concurrently. When I run them separately one at a time it works fine. But when I do xm create vm1.cfg then the domU starts and again if I do xm create vm2.cfg it just stucked and need to restart it. I am using live cd for vm2. 

I am guessing I am missing some steps here. I will appreciate your help.

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