This article acts like a demo showing step-by-step instructions on the creation of a new LDOM, assigning resources and installation of the Solaris OS.
A simple posts giving a brief overview on the Solaris LDOM hardware virtualisation.
A Sun Logical Domain (LDom) is a full virtual machine whereas a Solaris zone is a virtual operating system.
Installing the Oracle VM and configuring the primary domain and create a guest domain and assign necessary resources to it.
The autosave feature is to ensure a copy of the current configuration is automatically saved whenever the Logical Domains configuration is changed.
If you remove the LDOM before restoring the factory default configuration, you can restore the factory default configuration from the service processor
SUN LDOMS aka oracle VM for SPARC is a complete virtual machines that runs an independent operating system
If you try to view LDOM configuration information as a non-root user under Solaris...
This document is designed to be a a quick platform specific cheat sheet to help engineers run important LDOM task on Sun SPARC systems
Forcing a panic of an unresponsive guest domain is simple by issuing an 'ldm panic-domain' from the primary domain.
A short article on troubleshooting Solaris LDoms. Most LDom issues can be easily resolved by looing at the error messages.
While most virtualisation systems allow configuration of tape drives inside a guest container, such configured tape drivers have limited support.
A simple post providing the steps necessary to rename a guest domain