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[Xen-users] Loading ACM policy in XSM

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Subject: [Xen-users] Loading ACM policy in XSM
From: Syunsuke HAYASHI <syunsuke@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 17:00:14 +0900
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I have a problem about ACM module(hg.15730)
I want to label Domain-0.
I read xen user's manual v3.0 and "man xm" information.
ACM document mentions how to label Domain-0.
But I couldn't add the label when I tried the following steps.

        #xm makepolicy example.client_v1
        #xm cfgbootpolicy example.client_v1

        #xm setpolicy ACM example.client_v1
        #xm activatepolicy --boot

        [root@bx607 ~]# xm list --label
        Name     ID  Mem    VCPUs    State   Time(s) Label
        Domain-0  0  1024     4     r-----    105.1 unlabeled

So,I tried to use "xm addlabel" command.

        #xm makepolicy example.client_v1
        #xm addlabel dom_SystemManagement mgt Domain-0 example.client_v1

But I couldn't again.

Is there any good idea ?


Syunsuke HAYASHI

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