On Sat, 2015-02-21 at 13:20 -0500, Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote: > ... > Following up: I've gotten full virtualization of CentOS 6 on an SL 5 > Xen server by using the "virt-install" command and avoiding manual > editing of /etc/xen/ config files. > > I've also been reminded, forcibly, of why I hated the "/etc/xen" > directory. The lack of distinction between a "/etc/xen/myserfer", the > example files there, and any other unqualified files there as valid > configation files means making safe backups of the files such as > "myserver.hvm" or "myserver.old" quite painful. I wound up putting > /etc/xen/ under git source control, just for tracking changes. I use virsh list --all to get currently defined VMs and virsh dumpxml <vm name> to get domain definitions.