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VM State

You can use the vm command to control the VM on an emulator instance.The usage for the command is:

vm <start|stop|status>

The vm command supports the subcommands listed in the table below.

Subcommand Description Comments
start Start the VM on the instance.  
stop Stop the VM on the instance.  
start Display the current status of the VM (running or stopped).  
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