[CentOS] xm console -- what should I get?

Fri Jul 16 10:43:16 UTC 2010
Yordan Georgiev <y.georgiev at gmail.com>

xm console ID

On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 10:00 PM, David Dyer-Bennet <dd-b at dd-b.net> wrote:
> If I type "xm console 6", say (when I have a virtual machine 6 running),
> what should I get?
> The documentation seems to indicate that I should get something that
> behaves like a telnet to a serial console.
> What I actually get is a connection that might show me a couple of lines
> of output that do look like they belonged on the console, but doesn't seem
> to accept any input (except that it does exit on the documented escape
> character ^[).
> These virtual systems show as running, and in fact with virt-viewer I can
> get a VNC console to them.
> Dom0 and the guests are Centos 5.5 x64, running on Intel processors with
> modern virtualization support (turned on in the bios, and it looks like
> Xen found it from xm dmesg output).
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