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Re: [Xen-users] Exporting "SD" device.

  • To: "P M, Priya" <pm.priya@xxxxxx>
  • From: "Leeman Strout" <lstrout@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2006 15:34:43 -0400
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On 6/13/06, P M, Priya <pm.priya@xxxxxx> wrote:

If we use

disk = [ 'file:/home/adteam/linux_fc5_2.6.16,ioemu:hda,w','phy:/dev/sdd,/dev/sdb,w'

/dev/sdb, then the device is not seen on domain 1.

This is just a guess, but you might try using the sda device instead.  Last I used SCSI the Linux kernel squashed all SCSI id's to the beginning.  This means that even if you had 1 device marked with SCSI ID 3, it showed up as /dev/sda.  You are presenting the kernel with a virtual SCSI device and it is likely presenting it as the first SCSI device available: /dev/sda while you are telling xen to mount /dev/sdb.

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