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


Yes, I used the exact same config file.
First time I put it into xeno-unstable.bk directory,
and used: 
    xm create -f /root/xeno-unstable.bk/xmexample1 -c
The only output is 
    "Error: Internal Server Error"
With "xm list" I can see that the newly created domain
is there, with state "paused".

And second time, I copied it into /etc/xen/, renamed
it to xmdefconfig, and used: 
    xm create -c vmid=1
Everything works well I think, with reasonable output.
I can ssh into the newly created domain. 

But right now I can't repeat the error. The first case
  also works. I didn't change the system settings,
without using "bk pull", but restarted the system
several times.

> Kathy,
> Are you saying that the exact same config and
> invocation worked
> when you renamed it to xmdefconfig but didn't when
> you specified
> the config file using the -f option? It's pretty
> hard to see how
> that could happen.
> It would be useful to see the output of these two
> invocations so
> that we can fix the bug.
> Thanks,
> Ian

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