GitHub user syed opened a pull request:


    This PR adds support for XenServer 7. I have manually done the following 
    * Create a new cluster with XenServer7
    * Add Primary storage: Should create an SR on XS7
    * Add another XS7 host to the Pool 
    * Add host2 to Cloudstack
    * Create VM1 from template 
    * Create VM2 from template 
    * Ping/SSH VM1 to VM2 and vice-versa
    * Stop/Delete/Expunge VM2
    * Create Data disk 
    * Attach it to VM1
    * Create VM snaphsot of VM1
    * Restore VM snapshot of VM1
    * Delete VM snapshot of VM1
    * Create Volume snapshot of Datadisk
    * Create volume snapshot of Root disk
    * Create new template from snapshot of root disk
    * Create volume from snapshot of datadisk
    * Detach datadisk volume
    * Delete datadisk volume
    * Aquire a public IP
    * Create a static nat to VM1
    * Live migrate VM1 while traffic on VM
    * Delete VM1

You can merge this pull request into a Git repository by running:

    $ git pull xenserver7

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    This closes #1711
commit 7ffca736a3005ce9faa654fc19209ddb43dc4ff7
Author: Syed <>
Date:   2016-10-17T15:25:00Z

    Import json for XenServer7

commit 9fe4f1ca870e38d81b39672ac1ef7a6b7d4a071f
Author: Syed <>
Date:   2016-10-17T19:52:50Z

    Adding new resource


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