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There are a few forum threads about this here. Long story short.... 3.2.1 is the next big release that will give you a lot more control of your environment at the shell level.
xm shutdown $ID
xm migrate -l $ID $DES_OVS
I'd be careful running xm commands and not using the VM Manager. There is a chance your Server will get out of sync with the VM Manager.
You can use the CLI to start/stop a VM and a lot more operations.
Oracle doc is here: https://wikis.oracle.com/display/oraclevm/Oracle+VM+Manager+3+CLI
And I have blogged about the CLI aswell: http://portrix-systems.de/blog/brost/taking-hot-backups-with-oracle-vm/
I mean I want to stop/start/restart a virtual machine on Oracle VM Server (3.1.1) by command line, and now my Oracle VM Manager is running as a virtual machine in Oracle VM Server and after that I have completely stopped all virtual machines, VM Servers and Storage, then I start up all but a virtual machine act as Oracle VM Manager is not running, so I want to start it by command line.
I don't know whether it should be started/stop or other operation with file (vm.cfg or xxx.img).
Please kindly give a example how to start a virtual machine with command line on VM Server 3.1.1.
Thanks and regards,