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Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.2 Administration Guide     Oracle VM Server for SPARC
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Part I Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.2 Software

1.  Overview of the Oracle VM Server for SPARC Software

2.  Installing and Enabling Software

3.  Oracle VM Server for SPARC Security

4.  Setting Up Services and the Control Domain

5.  Setting Up Guest Domains

6.  Setting Up I/O Domains

7.  Using Virtual Disks

8.  Using Virtual Networks

9.  Migrating Domains

10.  Managing Resources

11.  Managing Domain Configurations

12.  Performing Other Administration Tasks

Part II Optional Oracle VM Server for SPARC Software

13.  Oracle VM Server for SPARC Physical-to-Virtual Conversion Tool

14.  Oracle VM Server for SPARC Configuration Assistant (Oracle Solaris 10)

15.  Using the Oracle VM Server for SPARC Management Information Base Software

16.  Logical Domains Manager Discovery

17.  Using the XML Interface With the Logical Domains Manager

XML Transport

XMPP Server

Local Connections

XML Protocol

Request and Response Messages

Request Messages

Response Messages

Event Messages

Registration and Unregistration

The <LDM_event> Messages

Event Types

Domain Events

Hardware Events

Progress Events

Resource Events

All Events

Logical Domains Manager Actions

Logical Domains Manager Resources and Properties

Domain Information (ldom_info) Resource

CPU (cpu) Resource

MAU (mau) Resource

Memory (memory) Resource

Virtual Disk Server (vds) Resource

Virtual Disk Server Volume (vds_volume) Resource

Disk (disk) Resource

Virtual Switch (vsw) Resource

Network (network) Resource

Virtual Console Concentrator (vcc) Resource

Variable (var) Resource

Physical I/O Device (physio_device) Resource

SP Configuration (spconfig) Resource

DRM Policy Configuration (policy) Resource

Virtual Data Plane Channel Service (vdpcs) Resource

Virtual Data Plane Channel Client (vdpcc) Resource

Console (console) Resource

Domain Migration

XML Schemas



XML Transport

External programs can use the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP – RFC 3920) to communicate with the Logical Domains Manager. XMPP is supported for both local and remote connections and is on by default. To shut off a remote connection, set the ldmd/xmpp_enabled SMF property to false and restart the Logical Domains Manager.

# svccfg -s ldom/ldmd setprop ldmd/xmpp_enabled=false
# svcadm refresh ldmd
# svcadm restart ldmd

Note - Disabling the XMPP server also prevents domain migration and the dynamic reconfiguration of memory.

XMPP Server

The Logical Domains Manager implements an XMPP server which can communicate with numerous available XMPP client applications and libraries. The Logical Domains Manager uses the following security mechanisms:

Local Connections

The Logical Domains Manager detects whether user clients are running on the same domain as itself and, if so, does a minimal XMPP handshake with that client. Specifically, the SASL authentication step after the setup of a secure channel through TLS is skipped. Authentication and authorization are done based on the credentials of the process implementing the client interface.

Clients can choose to implement a full XMPP client or to simply run a streaming XML parser, such as the libxml2 Simple API for XML (SAX) parser. Either way the client has to handle an XMPP handshake to the point of TLS negotiation. Refer to the XMPP specification for the sequence needed.