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27.4. Important directory locations

There are other utilities and log files you should be aware of for tracking errors and troubleshooting problems with Red Hat Virtualization:
  • Virtual machines images reside in the /var/lib/xen/images directory.
  • When you restart the xend daemon, it updates the xend-database that resides in the /var/lib/xen/xend-db directory.
  • Virtual machine dumps (that you perform with xm dump-core command) resides in the /var/lib/xen/dumps directory.
  • The /etc/xen directory contains the configuration files that you use to manage system resources. The xend daemon configuration file is /etc/xen/xend-config.sxp. This file can be edited to implement system-wide changes and configure the networking. However, manually editing files in the /etc/xen/ folder is not advised.
  • The proc folders are another resource that allows you to gather system information. These proc entries reside in the /proc/xen directory:

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