Shows all virtual machines in Citrix XenServer

xe vm-list
Citrix XenServer 5.6, can be piped to grep for more interesting output
Sample Output
uuid ( RO)           : 3f46db8b-1a7f-4a31-914a-dd1dcb49de96
     name-label ( RW): Control domain on host: xenserver1
    power-state ( RO): running

uuid ( RO)           : c837ed94-ac96-5769-8efc-9d4d20a00a22
     name-label ( RW): aclifford2
    power-state ( RO): halted

uuid ( RO)           : 58a2d8bb-3957-c712-47ef-421dc618c274
     name-label ( RW): ACT Server
    power-state ( RO): running

uuid ( RO)           : c2e856db-8aa0-bddd-0590-e77223992621
     name-label ( RW): Hydrogen
    power-state ( RO): running

By: layer8
2010-09-28 18:22:03

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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