Last Updated on August 26, 2022 by Vikash Ekka
|How do I install Xen Server tools on Linux?|
Hey Reader, In this post, we will describe how to install Xen Server tools on Linux operating systems like Ubuntu, CentOS, RedHat. Xen server tools help you fetch additional information for monitoring, Operating System type, get private IP address in a networking tab, root-cause analysis, and many more.
Clients should install XenServer Tools on individual VM to be able to perform the following actions:
* Customize the number of vCPUs on a running Linux VM (Windows VMs require a reboot for this to take effect)
* View VM performance data in XenCenter
* Create quiesced snapshots or snapshots with memory (checkpoints), or revert to snapshots
* Migrate a running VM (using XenMotion or Storage XenMotion)
Following instructions to install Xen Server tools on Linux/Ubuntu
Insert the XenTools ISO in the DVD drive of the Linux VM.
a). Click on Install Management Agent.
Now in the DVD drive 1. guest-tools.iso is loaded as shown in the below image.
Note:- xvdd is my mount drive.
It says , mount : block device /dev/xvdd is write-protected, mounting read-only
“mount /dev/cdrom /mnt“
Now change the directory to /mnt using “cd /mnt/Linux/” and then list the contents using “ls -lathr“
Use ./install.sh to install the XenTools on Ubuntu.
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Happy Learning and do install new software in Linux, have great fun.