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[Xen-users] How to remotely manage a xen virtual machine?

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Subject: [Xen-users] How to remotely manage a xen virtual machine?
From: hxsrmeng <hxsrmeng@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 00:18:29 -0500
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Hi friends,

I got a IP of a remote xen virtual machine. When I access it (guest
system) and do "rpm -qa | grep xen", I got


So far I access it with ssh command at local console. Is there any way
that I can access it graphically? For eg., use web browser?

Since I might often cause the virtual machine crash, I'd like to manage
it or boot it (after it's down) remotely. Is there any tools can help me
to do this? 
What else information other than the IP of guest VM do I need, for eg.,
some screen access to the host machine?

Sorry for the basic questions. I did google...but didn't find anything

Thank you in advance.

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