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Re: [Xen-API] help install New Nic xcp 1.1

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  • From: James Bulpin <James.Bulpin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 May 2013 15:57:42 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: [Xen-API] help install New Nic xcp 1.1

Mike wrote:
> We have a xcp 1.1 server pool running in our development and production
> environments, I have upgraded the servers with a new NIC and I have been
> unable to active the kernel drivers or load the drivers as a module.  I
> am rather new to Xen and any help would be appreciated.

Brian wrote:
> That's the source build drivers, pretty sure there might be RPM package
> based drivers as well but I'm on Debian so source was required. Install is
> easy, just have your kernel headers installed and you're good to go.

And you can find the XCP 1.1 kernel headers on the auxiliary ISO on the XCP
1.1 download page - you can either build on a generic Linux system or
install gcc etc. into a XCP dom0. The driver build is a standard Linux
procedure - the presence of Xen underneath doesn't affect it.


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