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Managing Guests using gWLM


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Guests configured with processing power specified in cycles instead of percentage are incompatible with gWLM A.02.50 and earlier versions.

If gWLM/VSE produces an error message similar to the following, a guest is configured with the processing power specified in cycles:

A VM encountered with no size

This is apparent when using gWLM A.02.50 with Integrity VM A.03.00. You can correct the problem by modifying the guest and specifying processing power in percentage rather than CPU cycles. For example, to modify the guest named compass1 to use 10% of the CPU processing power, enter the following command

# hpvmmodify -P compass1 -e 10

You must boot the guest to initiate this setting for gWLM.

Alternatively, upgrade gWLM to A.03.00 for use with Integrity VM A.03.00.

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