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For complete information about using Oracle VM, see the Oracle VM documentation available at the following location:
Here are some tips on setting up your Oracle VM environment:
Two VMs are installed on the blade as part of the preinstalled software configuration process: Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux.
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 both VMs is oracle.
Adding your blade to an existing server pool or creating a new one.
In a typical Oracle VM deployment, multiple Oracle VM Servers are grouped into server pool. Every server has access to external shared storage. With Oracle VM Server software pre-installed, you can quickly place your blade in a pool with shared storage.
For Oracle VM 3.0, more information about storage and server pools can be found in the Oracle VM documentation.
Downloading and installing the appropriate Oracle VM Templates for your guest VMs.
Oracle provides templates that can be used to easily deploy a prebuilt, preconfigured, pre-patched guest virtual machine (or multiple machines depending on the application). Templates are downloaded from Oracle and deployed through Oracle VM Manager.
Templates can contain a complete Oracle software solution, such as Siebel CRM or Oracle Database, including the operating system (Oracle Enterprise Linux) and internally developed or third-party software. Templates can also be customized for your specific environment. For more information, go to: