You cannot boot oracle vm server from fcoe or iscsi

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You cannot boot Oracle VM Server from FCoE or iSCSI if you use UEFI mode. SOAP API deprecated The Oracle VM SOAP API is deprecated as of Release 3.4.1. 26
Performance and Scalability Oracle VM Utilities use Oracle VM Web Services API The Oracle VM Utilities version 2.1 now communicate directly with Oracle VM Manager using a Oracle VM API. This change improves performance and usability of the Oracle VM Utilities. Additionally, in this release, a number of the Oracle VM Utilities scripts have been deprecated by the Oracle VM Manager Command Line Interface. For more information, see Using the Oracle VM Utilities in the Oracle VM Administrator's Guide . P2V utility on Oracle VM Server ISO file This release includes the P2V utility on the Oracle VM Server ISO file. You can use the P2V utility to convert physical hosts to virtual machines. For more information, see Converting Physical Hosts to Virtual Machines in the Oracle VM Administrator's Guide . OSWatcher Utility Available on Oracle VM Server As of this release, the OSWatcher utility is installed on Oracle VM Server by default and is enabled to run at boot. OSWatcher (oswbb) is a collection of shell scripts that collect and archive operating system and network metrics to diagnose performance issues with Oracle VM Server. For more information, see Working with the OSWatcher Utility on Oracle VM Server in the Oracle VM Administrator's Guide . Repository apparent size Oracle VM Manager now displays the apparent size, in GiB, of repositories. The apparent size is the total size of the entire repository. For more information, see Repositories Perspective in the Oracle VM Manager User's Guide . dom0 kernel upgraded The dom0 kernel for Oracle VM Server is updated to Oracle Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 4 in this release. Performance and Scalability Increased supported limits Oracle VM supports increased configuration limits, including a maximum of 256 virtual CPUs (vCPU) for virtual machines of PVM domain type. See Chapter 7, Configuration Limits for Release 3.4 for a complete list of configuration limits for Oracle VM. Improved performance This release of Oracle VM includes several enhancements to overall performance and scalability, including the time it takes to discover a large number of servers. The following table highlights performance improvements for the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface from Release 3.3. x to Release 3.4.1: Action in the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface First time Subsequent times Logging in 85% 80% Switching from Status Overview to Statistics on the Health tab 23% faster response time 1 second Expanding the Server Pools folder on the Servers and VMs tab 66% faster response time 0 seconds 27
Security Action in the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface First time Subsequent times Switching from the Servers and VMs tab to the Health tab 62% faster response time 73% faster response time Security Improved character handling for filters Improvements to Oracle VM Manager allow for better handling of

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