Suspends a virtual machine (VM).
|vm||Specifies a VM.|
|vm_name||Specifies the VM name to suspend.|
Suspending a VM pauses, or freezes, the CPU state of the guest VM. The VM remains in an active state, and committed resources (such as memory and ports) remain committed. This state is not persistent across switch reboots or the virtMgr process restarts. Such events function as "power off resets" to the guest operating system.
To resume the VM, use the resume vm vm_name command.
The following example pauses the VM "vm1":
# suspend vm vm1
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 30.7.
This command is available on all platforms that support the Integrated Application Hosting (IAH) feature and have a Core license installed. For a list of platforms that support the IAH feature and for information about licenses, see the Switch Engine 32.3 Feature License Requirements .