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Chapter 13. Starting or stopping a domain during the boot phase

You can start or stop running domains at any time. The host waits for all running domains to shutdown before restarting. All the domains which start at boot time must be symbolically linked to /etc/xen/auto.
chkconfig xendomains on
The chkconfig xendomains on command does not automatically start domains; instead it will start the domains on the next boot.
chkconfig xendomains off
The chkconfig xendomains off terminates all running domains and does not start them again during the next boot.

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