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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0 Command Reference 03

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create virtual_machine general

create virtual_machine general

Function

The create virtual_machine general command is used to create a VM.

Format

create virtual_machine general <node_id_list> <name> <vm_memory> <vm_cpu_count> <template_name>

create virtual_machine general <node_id_list> <name> <vm_memory> <vm_cpu_count> <vm_disk_size>

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

node_id_list Node ID list.

The value can be a node ID, list of multiple node IDs separated by semicolons (;), and "all". When the value is a node ID, perform operations on the corresponding node; when the value is list of multiple nodes, perform operations on multiple corresponding nodes; when the value is "all", perform operations on all nodes. Query node information by pressing "Ctrl+A".

name VM name.

The value can contain 1 to 63 characters, including letters, digits, hyphens (-), underscores (_), and periods (.).

vm_cpu_count Number of CPU cores allocated to a VM.

The value ranges from 1 to 32.

vm_memory Memory allocated to a VM.

The value ranges from 1 GB to 160 GB.

template_name Name of the VM template based on which a VM is created.

The value contains 5 to 63 characters, including letters, digits, hyphens (-), underscores (_), periods (.), midline(-) and dots(.) can not be used as the first character, and two dots(.) can not be together, and ends up with .img.

vm_disk_size System disk size allocated to a VM.

The value ranges from 1GB to 300 GB.

Level

Super administrator

Usage Guidelines

1.Batch command operations are mutually exclusive. When you create VMs in a batch, another batch operation is not allowed.

2.Mutual exclusion between the batch command operations has a timeout duration. Node exceptions make the batch operation remaining in the running status. When the wait period exceeds the timeout duration, the mutual exclusion is unlocked. The timeout duration is 20 minutes.

3.Batch operations and non-batch operations are mutually independent. Therefore, when batch operation commands are performed, the non-batch operation commands can run normally.

Example

Creates the VM.

admin:/>create virtual_machine general 10095 vmtest 1GB 2 vm_disk_size=30GB
Command executed successfully.

System Response

None

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Updated: 2019-05-07

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