show vm

show vm {vm_name | detail}


Shows the operational status of Integrated Application Hosting (IAH) guest virtual machines (VMs).

Syntax Description

vm Designates a virtual machine.
vm_name Specifies the VM name to add show information about.
detail Specifies showing detailed information.



Usage Guidelines

The IAH feature requires the Solid State Storage Device SSD-120.


The following example shows information for VM "TPVM":

# show vm TPVM
    State:       Running
    Memory size: 4096 MB
    CPUs:        2
    Auto-start:  Enabled 
    VNC: (Port 5902)
        Disk: vda
                Source: /mnt/vmstorage/TPVM/TPVM.img
                Disk bus type:           virtio
                Allocated size in bytes: 34359738368 (32.00 GB)
                Physical size in bytes:  4199288832 (3.91 GB)
                Read requests:           15947
                Bytes read:              349533184
                Write requests:          330
                Bytes written:           4293632
       Network interfaces:
                Attached switch ports:   33-34
       CPU utilization:
    User:                      10.00%
          System:                    30.00%
       Memory utilization:
    Used:                      0.05 GB
          Available:                 3.95 GB 

The following example shows information for multiple VMs:

# show vm
S A Name                             |--Memory (GB)--| |----CPU-----| Ports
                                     Total  Used Avail  #  Sys% User%
- - -------------------------------- ----- ----- ----- -- ----- ----- ----------
* E TPVM                              4.00  0.05  3.95  2 10.00 30.00 33,34,Mgmt
  D tpvm2                             4.00   N/A   N/A  2   N/A   N/A None
Status:       (*) Running
Auto-start:   (D) Disabled, (E) Enabled.


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 30.3.

Clarifications were made to memory and CPU usage information in ExtremeXOS 30.5.

Disk bus type information was added in ExtremeXOS 30.7.

Platform Availability

This command is available on all platforms that support the Integrated Application Hosting (IAH) feature and have a Core or Premier license installed. For a list of platforms that support the IAH feature and for information about licenses, see the Switch Engine 32.2 Feature License Requirements .