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System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System
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Starting xVM

(Optional) How to Configure the Network

This is an optional procedure. If you have more than one physical NIC configured, you might want to configure the default-nic property of the xvm/xend SMF service. The NIC must support GLDv3. Supported NICs include bge, e1000g, xge, nge, and rge.

  1. Become superuser, or assume the appropriate role.
  2. Configure default-nic property of the xvm/xend SMF service.

How to Enable Migration to This Machine

This procedure is used to allow migration to this machine from another control domain.

  1. Become superuser, or assume the appropriate role.
  2. Edit the xend-relocation-address, xend-relocation-hosts-allow, and xend-relocation-server properties of xvm/xend.
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