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The virtual IP address is used by Oracle VM Manager to communicate with the server that is designated as the Master in the server pool. If the master changes, the virtual IP address is transferred to the new Master, insuring that Oracle VM Manager continues to communicate with the Master.
Yes, that's the way it works. The server pool IP will always be active on the pool master, which is always one of the VM servers, that is in charge for that server pool.
If, in a clustered environment, the server pool master should go down, the server pool IP is transferred to another server in that pool. This also implies that the OVM Manager always needs to be able to talk to that IP.