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Re: [Xen-devel] Question about starting a domain

Thanks, Steven.
I did start the xend, and "Error: Internal Server
Error" is the only output of "xm create ...".

But after I copied the config file to
/etc/xen/xmdefconfig, and used "xm create -c
vmid=...". It works now!


--- Steven Hand <Steven.Hand@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> >I installed the latest Xen with linux- on
> >my RedHat machine today. After "make-install" and
> >restart, it runs well. When I edited the xmexample1
> >file at minimun, including "kernel", "memory",
> "disk",
> >"dhcp", and executed "xm create -f ./xmexample1
> >vmid=1", there's an error. It says 
> >      "Error: Internal Server Error"
> Have you started xend? ("xend start") 
> I guess you have, but in this case I'd expect a load
> of 
> output from xend after you type 'xm create...' - do
> you 
> see anything?
> One other thing to check is you have a
> /etc/xen/xmdefconfig 
> (or to simply cp xmexampl to /etc/xen/xmdefconfig
> and then 
>  try "xm create -c vmid=") 
> cheers,
> S.

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