For complete information about using Oracle VM, refer to the Oracle VM documentation available at the following location:
The following information should help you get started:
Either two or three VMs are installed on the server as part of the preinstalled software configuration process, as follows:
Oracle VM Manager (installed only if you selected it during the installation procedure)
The default root password for the Oracle Linux VM is ovsroot. You configure the root password for the Oracle Solaris VM as part of the Oracle Solaris installation procedure.
The default console password for all three VMs is oracle.
If you installed the Oracle VM Manger, it will be booted and running at the end of the configuration process. The other two VMs will be powered off. Before booting those VMs, use Oracle VM Manager to edit the configuration of the VM and select which interface to use. Configuring the Virtual Machine and Selecting an Interface show an example of the Oracle VM Manager screens used to select the interface for a VM.
Figure 7-2 Configuring the Virtual Machine
Figure 7-3 Selecting an Interface