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Integrity VM Command Changes


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The Integrity VM commands have changed in the following ways:

  • The Integrity VM commands support mass storage agile device names. Use of agile device names for configuring storage devices is highly recommended as it provides multipathing benefits.

  • Four new commands have been added:

    • The hpvmdevtranslate command — Translates Integrity VM legacy device names to agile device names.

    • The hpvmhostrdev command — Manages virtual machine access to devices used by the Integrity VM Host system.

    • The hpvmsar command — Displays statistics about running virtual machines.

    • The hpvmupgrade command — Assists an Integrity VM upgrade.

  • The hpvmmodify -P command changes existing legacy device names to their agile device name equivalents.

  • The hpvmmodify, hpvmcreate, and hpvmclone commands can specify whether a guest uses Cell Local Memory (CLM), Interleaved Memory (ILM), or none.

  • The hpvmstatus -C command provides a list of guests with their memory type.

  • The hpvmclone, the hpvmcreate, and the hpvmmodify commands have additional syntax to specify the maximum amount of CPU entitlement.

  • The hpvmmigrate command has several additional options:

    • The -D option — Deletes the virtual machine from the source VM Host after migrating the virtual machine to the destination VM Host.

    • The -n option — Quits after starting the destination of a migration.

    • The -s option — Indicates that the migration should not occur, but the hpvmmigrate command should check whether the migration is possible.

    • The -t option — Translates the storage device names specified with the -m option by comparing WWIDs.

    • The -T option — Specifies not to translate devices.

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