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Oracle® VM Manager 2.1.2 Release Notes (Doc ID 750175.1)

Last updated on APRIL 21, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle VM - Version 2.1.2 to 2.1.2 [Release OVM212]
Linux x86
Linux x86


Purpose

This document provides Oracle® VM Manager 2.1.2 Release Notes

Scope

ID: E10903-03
September 2008

This document contains information on Oracle VM Manager Release 2.1.2 and supersedes the product documentation. This document contains last-minute information that could not be included the Oracle VM Manager documentation. Read this document before installing Oracle VM Manager. This document may be updated after it is released. To check for updates to this document, and to view other Oracle documentation, refer to the Documentation section on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Web site:

http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/

This Release Note is intended for users, and administrators of Oracle VM Manager. It includes a brief introduction of the product, and describes potential issues and the corresponding workarounds you may encounter while using Oracle VM Manager.

Oracle recommends that you read this document before installing and using Oracle VM Manager.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Overview of Oracle VM Manager
 Known Limitations and Workarounds
 User Interface Languages
 Account Data Passed to a New Browser
 Duplicate Server Registration Errors
 New Server Pools Not Displayed
 Servers Within a Server Pool Should Be Identical
 Upgrading Oracle VM Server to Support New Features
 Cannot Perform Any Tasks Before Server Pool Master Turns Active
 Load Balancing Across Server Pools Not Supported
 Cannot Create a Virtual Machine from Oracle VM Server Image
 Hardware Requirements for Hardware Virtualized Guests
 Cannot Import Virtual Machine Image
 Using Apache 2.2 When Importing Resources Exceeding 4G
 Login Fails After Re-installing Oracle VM Manager
 Accessing a Virtual Machine Console
 Hard Disk Limit in Virtual Machines
 Network Card Limit in Virtual Machines
 Virtual Network Interface (VIF) Required When Starting Through PXE
 Fully Virtualized (ioemu) Type Required for Hardware Virtualized Machines (HVM) When Starting Through PXE
 Restart Required to Support Decreasing Memory
 Live Migration Across Server Pools Not Supported
 Virtual SCSI Disks as Boot Devices Not Supported
 Upgrading to Release 2.1.2
 Documentation Errata
 Installation Script Includes Option to Specify a Tablespace in Existing Oracle Database
 Documentation Accessibility

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