9.1. Viewing the Resource Library Dashboard

The Resource Library page enables you to view the summary information on the Resource Library tools.


The subsection shows the overall number of templates registered in Virtuozzo Automator Resource Library. You can monitor how many templates belong to Virtuozzo virtual technology and how many templates have a particular type of guest operating system.

To receive more detailed information on the virtual environment templates, click the Templates link from the Virtuozzo Automator left menu.

If you need to create a new template, click the New Template link in the bottom of the table. You can initiate the same operation from the Templates page (see Managing Templates Storage).


This subsection displays the information on the registered in Virtuozzo Automator file shares and the content of these shares. These can be CD/DVD images (see Managing Disk Images), application templates (see Managing Application Templates in Group Context), or operating system templates (see Managing OS Templates in Group Context). To receive more detailed information on any of these files, click the corresponding link in the table.

If you want to create a new file share, you can either click the New File Share link on this screen or pass on to the Software page, File Shares tab (see Managing File Shares), and click the same link there. To synchronize the shares, click the Synchronize all Shares link.

IP Pools

The subsection shows the summary information on the registered IP pools and the statistics of leased and free IP addresses. From this subsection, you can create a new IP pool by clicking the New IP pool link. To receive more detailed information on IP pools and addresses, pass on to the IP Pools section, in the Resource Library folder.

Virtual Networks

This subsection displays the number of virtual networks registered in Virtuozzo Automator. To add a new virtual network, click the New Virtual Network link. The deleting option is available only from the Virtual Networks page (see Listing Virtual Networks in Server Group).