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Oracle VM Server 2.2.2 Release Notes (Doc ID 1335932.1)

Last updated on JUNE 11, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle VM - Version 2.2.2 to 2.2.2 [Release OVM222]
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - Version N/A and later
Linux x86
Linux x86-64

Purpose

This document provides Oracle VM Server 2.2.2 Release Notes

Scope

Server Release Notes

Release 2.2.2

E15443-06

June 2011

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Oracle VM
 1 Introduction
 2 Hardware Requirements
 3 Dom0 Memory Settings
 4 Supported Guest Operating Systems
 5 Oracle VM Server and Manager Support Matrix
 6 Known Limitations and Workarounds
 
 6.1 Migration of a Large Virtual Machine Fails and Reboots dom0
 
 6.2 Reducing a Guest's Memory Does Not Include Hugepages_Free Memory
 
 6.3 Increasing ip_conntrack Table Size Causes Dom0 Out of Memory Error
 
 6.4 xen_top_info Always Shows Free Disk Space as 0
 
 6.5 Migration of Hugepages-Enabled Guest Fails
 
 6.6 Sparse File Option Not Used When a Template is Copied
 
 6.7 Cannot Start Solaris 10 Guest with More Than 2 vCPUs
 6.8 Solaris 10 Guest Network not Working
 6.9 Error: Acquire Running Lock Failed: 256
 6.10 Dell PowerEdge R710 fails to start
 6.11 Problem Installing Oracle VM Server 2.x on a System With More Than 24 CPUs
 6.12 Memory Ballooning is Off by Default in Oracle VM Server 2.2.1
 6.13 Error on Oracle VM Server 2.1.x and 2.2.x Server Install on 64GB Memory Using Kickstart Method
 6.14 Hang with OCFS2 Cluster Size of 4K
 6.15 Upgrade Oracle VM Manager to Enable New Features
 6.16 Limit of 32 Virtual CPUs
 6.17 Unstable Network With e1000 Controller on Windows 2008 Guests
 6.18 Cannot Use P2V Utility on Computer With Less Than 512MB RAM
 6.19 Disk Entries Out of Order in Guest Configuration File After Conversion With P2V Utility
 6.20 Guests With Local SCSI Disks Created With P2V Utility Fail File System Check
 6.21 Guest Clock Drift
 6.22 SELinux Support
 6.23 Duplicate IP Addresses in Guests
 6.24 Duplicate IP Addresses in Dom0
 6.25 CDROM in Paravirtualized Guest Configuration File Causes Guest Panic
 6.26 Empty Virtual Network Interface Entry in Guest Configuration File Creates Two Interfaces With Identical MAC Addresses
 6.27 Memory Size Limit For Paravirtualized Guests
 6.28 Network Latency With Hardware Virtualized Guests
 6.29 Network Latency Negative Number With Windows Guests With More Than One VCPU
 6.30 Cannot Start Up a Guest if MAXMEM is Not Equal to MEMORY
 6.31 Cannot Unload qla2xxx Driver on an HP ProLiant G6 Server with QLogic 8Gb HBA
 6.32 Mid-layer Underflow Detected with qlaxxx Driver
 6.33 ISCSI Connection Errors
 6.34 Cannot Boot PV or PVHVM Guest With Second SCSI Disk
 6.35 Paravirtualized Guest for Oracle Enterprise Linux Release 4 Update 4
 6.36 Live Migration Fails Over SSL After Upgrade from 2.1.1
 6.37 Live Migration of a Hardware Virtualized Guest with Unmatched NX Bit Settings Fails
 6.38 OCFS2 Cluster Cannot be Mounted
 6.39 A Virtual Machine Server Started Before The Server Pool Master Does Not Join The Domain in an OCFS2 Cluster
 6.40 SAN-based Multipath Shared Disks
 6.41 Multiple Swap Partitions
 6.42 Swap Partition(s) Mounted Multiple Times
 6.43 Installing kdump
 6.44 Cannot Install kdump on Oracle Linux or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x Guests
 6.45 Cannot Create Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.x 64-bit Guests
 6.46 Cannot Create Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.1 Guests
 6.47 Warning Displayed in dmesg on Dom0 When Using dm-nfs Block Devices
 6.48 Oracle ASM Errors
 6.49 Logical Volume Manager Setup During Installation
 6.50 xm dump-core Fails
 6.51 Guest Restore Errors
 6.52 Creating Hardware Virtualized Guests
 6.52.1 Using DHCP
 6.52.2 Disk Partition Emulation
 6.52.3 Copying File Systems
 6.52.4 Sharing the CDROM
 6.52.5 Fedora 7 GA Kernel
 7 Documentation Accessibility

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