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The early development builds of the following Oracle VM components are provided for testing purpose only.
Download Oracle VM Agent 3.2 for SPARC (ovs-ldoms-3.2.1000-b1000.tar.gz, MD5SUM 375d5740f9d2877658e7f87ae1489d2b)
For production deployment, please refer to the Oracle VM 3.2 announcement here, download the official software release here, and read the documentation here.
Oracle VM is an enterprise-class server virtualization solution comprised of Oracle VM Server for x86, Oracle VM Server for SPARC and Oracle VM Manager.
Oracle VM Manager controls the virtualization environment, creating and monitoring Oracle VM servers and the virtual machines. Oracle VM Manager 3 is an Oracle Fusion Middleware application, based on the Oracle Weblogic Server application server. For its management repository, Oracle VM Manager uses the bundled MySQL Database or an external Oracle Database.
Oracle VM Server for x86 installs directly on server hardware with x86 Intel or AMD processors and does not require a host operating system. An Oracle VM Server is comprised of a hypervisor and privileged domain (Dom0) that allows multiple domains or virtual machines (i.e. Linux, Solaris, Windows, etc.) to run on one physical machine. The Dom0 runs a process called Oracle VM Agent. The Oracle VM Agent receives and processes management requests, provides event notifications and configuration data to the Oracle VM Manager. Oracle VM Server 3 requires 64-bit x86 hardware, but can support either 64-bit or 32-bit guest virtual machines.
Oracle VM Server for SPARC (previously called Sun Logical Domains, or LDoms) is Oracle's server virtualization and partitioning technology on Oracle's SPARC T-Series servers. Oracle VM Server for SPARC leverages the SPARC hypervisor to subdivide supported platforms' resources (CPUs,memory, I/O, and storage) by creating partitions called logical or virtual machines to take advantage of the massive thread scale offered by SPARC T-Series servers and the Oracle Solaris operating system.
Oracle Bugzilla will be used to file bugs. You will need to request an Oracle Bugzilla account at http://bugzilla.oracle.com. When filing bugs, please choose the release Oracle VM 3.2, and select the appropriate components to proceed.
You will need to log in as anonymous and upload the log files to ftp.oracle.com:/architecture/incoming/oraclevm. See the instructions to use the ftp server.
We rely on our Beta Program participants to provide feedback on the usability, stability, and overall quality of our product release. This feedback will focus on your experience with the new features, product documentation, support services, and training materials. By providing in-depth feedback, you can help influence Oracle’s product direction.