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Mount raw and qcow2 VM disk images

Mounting a partition from raw image is pretty simple: losetup /dev/loop0 image.img kpartx -a /dev/loop0 mount /dev/mapper/loop0p1 /mnt/image If kernel parameter (as loop in compiled into Fedora’s kernel) like loop.max_part=63 added it is even simplier: losetup /dev/loop0 image.img mount /dev/loop0p1 /mnt/image Alternative way is to specify direct offset to partition: […]

After cloning a Debian/Ubuntu VM, the guest network is not working

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Vmware Linux Guest Add a New Hard Disk Without Rebooting Guest

As a system admin, I need to use additional hard drives for to provide more storage space or to separate system data from user data. This procedure, adding physical block devices to virtualized guests, describes how to add a hard drive on the host to a virtualized guest using VMWare […]

additional RAM on Xen VPS

If you wish to add additional RAM on a Xen based VPS, you need to follow the below steps: #Search the VM name: xm list #Edit the VM’s configuration file. Update the required value and save the file: vi /home/xen/vmname/vmname.cfg #To stop and start the VPS, follow the below steps: […]