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Thread: How do I make xm mem-set command permanent

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    terry_mcknight NNTP User

    Red face How do I make xm mem-set command permanent

    Simple question. I have a couple of servers with 32GB of RAM. They are booting into xen. When I look in each virt-manager Domain-0 uses up all the RAM. (Actually around 31.2 GB). I issue the xm mem-set Domain-0 1024 command and it reduces to about 1.3GB
    After rebooting the machines the Domain-0 again consumes all the RAM. How do I make the changes permanent? Is there a file I need to edit etc?

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    Default Re: How do I make xm mem-set command permanent

    Just an idea: can you add that command to one of the boot scripts in /etc/init.d/ ?

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    Default Re: How do I make xm mem-set command permanent

    When, then to /etc/iinit.d/boot.local and not to another one that may become overwritten at the first update.
    Henk van Velden

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