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I have a machine that has a few Xen instances running on it. I'd like to clone one of them but allocate more RAM to the new clone. How can I do this?

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Man you guys are rough with the voting – Fragsworth Mar 21 '12 at 22:40
Lucas found the answer in the documentation within 3 minutes of your question hitting the site, and I - with NO Xen experience - was able to intuit the same and found similar references with a simple Google search for xen memory size. Sorry if it seems harsh, but I consider that the essence of "does not show any research effort". You need to spend at least a few minutes with the duck known as Google... – voretaq7 Mar 21 '12 at 22:47
up vote 3 down vote accepted

By cloning it and changing its template file before booting?

You will have to look at this entry:


Have a look at this xen pdf guide.

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