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HP Integrity Virtual Machines Version 4.0 Release Notes

Chapter 4 Installing Guests

 

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Table of Contents

Windows Guests
Removing Media During Installation Hangs Guest
Network Driver for Some Windows Guests Not Behaving Correctly
Virtual DVD Misconfiguration can Lead to Windows Slow Down
HP Insight Manager Automatic Server Recovery Does Not Work
Running Windows Guests on a Dual Core Intel Itanium Processor (Montecito) System
Installing Windows with Virtual NullDVD is Not Recommended
Enabling MP Services on Windows Guest Logs telnetd Errors
Using Windows Firewall Requires ICMP to Allow Echo
Poor Console Screen Formatting
The hpvmstop Command Does Not Shut Down Windows Guests Gracefully
Do Not Delete EFI Shell Boot Option
Bug Check 0xA: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL — 1
Bug Check 0xA: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL — 12
Restoring the NVRAM for Windows Guests
HP-UX Guests
Installing the Guest Management Software
HP-UX 11i v3 Guests Might Fail to Configure Interface Cards Due to Lack of Memory Resources
Patches for HP-UX 11i v3 Guests
Do Not Run Live Kernel Debuggers Inside a Guest
Do Not Use the iomap(7) Mechanism on HP-UX Guests
iCAP Commands Fail on HP-UX Guests
Linux Guests
SLES10 SP1 Guests Supported on Integrity Servers
Before Installing the SUSE Linux Guest
Installing Linux Guest Management Software for the First Time
ACPI Warnings, Errors, and Exceptions Displayed when SUSE Guest Booted
HP SIM CMS Cannot Connect to SLES10 over SSH
Preparing Linux Guests for VM Manager
Linux Guests with FC Tapes Display Errors
Disable IPv6 on Linux Guests
Infrequent “Ooops: timer ticks before it is due” Errors
Infrequent “e1000: eth1: e1000_clean_tx_irq: Detected Tx Unit Hang” Errors
Inconsistent “Bogomips” Values between Virtual CPU0 and Other Virtual CPUs
Incorrect Display of Special Characters when Displayed Using HP-UX Terminal
Occasional Floating-Point Assist Fault Messages.
Serviceguard in VM Host Configuration

This chapter describes notes pertaining to installing guest software on the virtual machines.

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