The users hava root permition, they have the password to make sudo in the user.[/QUOTE]
while it is currently less important, I was asking if this is true for the host server as well, or only for inside the VMs.
[QUOTE=keziacp;29788]And I see that the VM is paused becauser of virsh list. One is running normaly and the other is paused, even if i do virsh resume this dont come back.
The vms is also suse.[/QUOTE]
But please tell us which SUSE you’re talking about, especially on the host machine (posting the output of “cat /etc/SuSE-release” will help to identify). And which Hypervisor you’re using - since you say SUSE is your OS, is could be Xen or KVM…
If you’re running Xen VMs on SLES12, please give the output of “xl list -v”. If Xen on SLES11SPx, make that the output of “xm list-l”. In case of KVM, use according commands. “virtsh” provides an abstraction level that cuts off many pieces of information needed to assist you…