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A description of the disk drive(s) (count, model, size, type, rotational speed and RAID level if any) used to boot the operating system and to hold the benchmark software and data during the run (config.hw.disk).




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Available entropy can be a real problem on small IoT devices that don't have much other activity on the system. They may just not have the mechanical randomness from disk drive mechanical movement timings, user-caused interrupts, or network traffic. Furthermore, embedded devices often run on low-end processors that may not have a hardware random number generator.


Booting via the BIOS is available for hypervisors supporting fullvirtualization. In this case the BIOS has a boot order priority (floppy,harddisk, cdrom, network) determining where to obtain/find the boot image.


The dev attribute takes one of the values "fd", "hd", "cdrom" or"network" and is used to specify the next boot device to consider. Theboot element can be repeated multiple times to setup a priority list ofboot devices to try in turn. Multiple devices of the same type are sortedaccording to their targets while preserving the order of buses. Afterdefining the domain, its XML configuration returned by libvirt (throughvirDomainGetXMLDesc) lists devices in the sorted order. Once sorted, thefirst device is marked as bootable. Thus, e.g., a domain configured to bootfrom "hd" with vdb, hda, vda, and hdc disks assigned to it will boot from vda(the sorted list is vda, vdb, hda, hdc). Similar domain with hdc, vda, vdb,and hda disks will boot from hda (sorted disks are: hda, hdc, vda, vdb). Itcan be tricky to configure in the desired way, which is why per-device bootelements (see Hard drives, floppy disks, CDROMs, Network interfaces,and Host device assignment sections below) were introduced and they arethe preferred way providing full control over booting order.The boot element and per-device boot elements are mutually exclusive.Since 0.1.3, per-device boot since 0.8.8


Whether or not to enable an interactive boot menu prompt on guest startup.The enable attribute can be either "yes" or "no". If not specified, thehypervisor default is used. Since 0.8.3 Additional attributetimeout takes the number of milliseconds the boot menu should wait untilit times out. Allowed values are numbers in range [0, 65535] inclusive and itis ignored unless enable is set to "yes". Since 1.2.8


Since 1.1.2 the startupPolicy is extended to support hard disksbesides cdrom and floppy. On guest cold bootup, if a certain disk is notaccessible or its disk chain is broken, with startupPolicy 'optional' theguest will drop this disk. This feature doesn't support migration currently.


This element is present if the hypervisor has started a long-running blockjob operation, where the mirror location in the source sub-element willeventually have the same contents as the source, and with the file format inthe sub-element format (which might differ from the format of thesource). The details of the source sub-element are determined by thetype attribute of the mirror, similar to what is done for the overalldisk device element. The job attribute mentions which API started theoperation ("copy" for the virDomainBlockRebase API, or "active-commit"for the virDomainBlockCommit API), since 1.2.7 . The attributeready, if present, tracks progress of the job: yes if the disk isknown to be ready to pivot, or, since 1.2.7 , abort or pivotif the job is in the process of completing. If ready is not present, thedisk is probably still copying. For now, this element only valid in output;it is ignored on input. The source sub-element exists for all two-phasejobs since 1.2.6 . Older libvirt supported only block copy to afile, since 0.9.12 ; for compatibility with older clients, such jobsinclude redundant information in the attributes file and format inthe mirror element.


Specifies that the disk is bootable. The order attribute determines theorder in which devices will be tried during boot sequence. On the S390architecture only the first boot device is used. The optional loadparmattribute is an 8 character string which can be queried by guests on S390 viasclp or diag 308. Linux guests on S390 can use loadparm to select a bootentry. Since 3.5.0 The per-device boot elements cannot be usedtogether with general boot elements in BIOS bootloadersection. Since 0.8.8


will work on any platform and will result in one emulated serial console forearly boot logging / interactive / recovery use, and one paravirtualized serialconsole to be used eg. as a side channel. Most people will be fine with havingjust the first console element in their configuration, but if a specificconfiguration is desired then both elements should be specified.


When relabeling is in effect, it is also possible to fine-tune the labeling donefor specific source file names, by either disabling the labeling (useful if thefile lives on NFS or other file system that lacks security labeling) orrequesting an alternate label (useful when a management application creates aspecial label to allow sharing of some, but not all, resources between domains),since 0.9.9 . When a seclabel element is attached to a specificpath rather than the top-level domain assignment, only the attribute relabelor the sub-element label are supported. Additionally, since 1.1.2 ,an output-only element labelskip will be present for active domains on diskswhere labeling was skipped due to the image being on a file system that lackssecurity labeling.


The optional kernelHashes attribute indicates whether thehashes of the kernel, ramdisk and command line should be includedin the measurement done by the firmware. This is only valid ifusing direct kernel boot. Since 8.0.0


I just cloned our server to another Cluster and it appears that the disk serial number stayed the same. Also, Microsoft Sysinternals provides a free tool VolumeID to change the disk serial number -us/sysinternals/bb897436.aspx. I tested it and it did successfully change the serial number which FactoryTalk noticed after rebooting. Based on my testing of the clone I don't think that I will need it, but I wanted to see if it worked.


A systemd target represents a Linux system's current or desired run state. Much like SystemV start scripts, targets define the services that must be present for the system to run and be active in that state. Figure 1 shows the possible run-state targets of a Linux system using systemd. As seen in the first article of this series and in the systemd bootup man page (man bootup), there are other intermediate targets that are required to enable various necessary services. These can include swap.target, timers.target, local-fs.target, and more. Some targets (like basic.target) are used as checkpoints to ensure that all the required services are up and running before moving on to the next-higher level target.


This command allows you to view the default boot entry (BootCurrent), boot order and all boot entries. Each boot entry is identified by a boot number in hexadecimal. The asterisk (*) means the boot entry is active.


This option affects the current state of the domain. If the domain is inactive, the device is added to the persistent XML and will be available on next boot. If the domain is active, the device is hotplugged but not added to the persistent XML.


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